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A Garden in a Jar!

The Year 2 children created their own terrariums as part of our entry point activity for our new IPC topic 'I'm Alive'.

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A terrarium is like an aquarium, but for plants instead of fish. They look like mini-gardens in a jar! 

The Year 2 children used pepples, soil, water, plants and moss to make different layers.

Each jar has a secure lid and has been placed on a windowsill so that it can catch the sunlight. Will the plants thrive in this kind of environment? We'll have to wait and see...


Clare Ward

Year 2 Teacher