Month: June 2017

Turtles and sharks

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Toad’s seven! To celebrate we quiz him with the birthday interview and discuss our day out at the sealife centre.

Learn some fun facts about turtles with Toad and hear our scores of the week.
Links:

www.sealsanctuary.co.uk/ascar/scarboroughsls.html

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A lovely photograph of a highland cow sent in by Oliver. He had to over come his fear of cows to shoot this picture for us after a rather fearful incident a few months ago. So thank you to Oliver:-)


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Don’t Eat the Cyanide Moths

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It’s been another hectic weekend and we’ve had a blast with a houseful of welcome visitors and a local festival; all throughout the hottest days of the year so far.

It’s Grandad’s birthday and to celebrate we take a trip on the steam train and explore the church at Goathland.

Are you thankful for your garden? We talk about the importance of green space and what the garden means to us. Plus, join Frogger and Toad for their weekly highlights.


Froggers Cyanide Moth

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Tai Chi Masters!

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We’ve been feeling a tad worked up this week, so we decided to see what steps we could take to help us relax. We talk about the things that make us angry.

We research and try out Tai Chi, though rather reluctantly from Frogger, and talk about the many benefits for mind and body from this martial art.

Finally, join Frogger and Toad for their Scores of the Week.

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Leaf mining pests

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Despite the weather taking a leap back into Spring we plough forwards with our Summer plans. Find out what we intend to study throughout Summer and how science is going to be a key feature.

We talk about the destruction of our Rocket grown from seed, the attempted manslaughter of mange-tout and the attack on our cauliflower by a burrowing microscopic menace.

Talking of insects, do you know how useful these little creatures are? Particularly, ants. Ants are currently being studied to help create antibiotics in the fight against superbugs.

Hear some simple ways in which you can effortlessly help the environment.

We discuss Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet as our literature topic draws to a close, Paul celebrates his birthday and Frogger and Toad share their Scores of the Week.

Namaste.

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