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Patterns!

As part of our topic, “Animal Safari” the children have been exploring patterns. They have sorted the animals by their pattern and used the vocabulary of stripy, spotty and plain to describe them. 

The children have also created their own patterns using a range of resources as well as creating their own repeating patterns. Well done everybody 😊

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