Outdoor Learning - World Around Us
We investigated roots - did you know there are different types? We looked carefully using magnifying glasses and sorted roots into different type!
British Science Week 2019
We investigated static electricity this week in P4/5. We discovered static electricity is produces by friction. An electric current is a flow of electrons. When we rubbed our balloon, electric jumps from the material onto the balloon. These electrons produce a force which then pulled up varies items.
Lesson 1 Fantastic Fingerprints with Sarah Jane Kelly
Lesson 2 Try Them Buy Them - Toothpaste investigation
Lesson 3 Crafty Rafts with Survitech
Lesson 4 Building Bridges with Tara ONeill
Lesson 5 Gym Buddies - our bodies science
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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