Many students today discovered a change in the look of their caterpillars. Some had shed their skin and became a pupa. They have white tummies now and their little legs squirrel around in the container. Later this week it will be time to put them in the moth bucket so that they can move on to the next stage of metamorphosis. We have been writing learning journals and keeping a calendar with pictures and labels to show the progression.
We also took a google earth journey from Inaburra to Katoke and explored the village life. The following links are to Isaac's Life at Katoke and Sam Jones - Lending a hand at Katoke. These videos are promotions created by the Katoke Trust.