This afternoon, we have been creating journey sticks. This week in literacy, we have focused on autobiographies. Today, we story mapped our plan, focusing on the key events in our lives. This afternoon, we spent creating a journey stick of our life so far.
This afternoon, we were investigating the difference between irreversible and reversible changes. Reversible means being able to form its shape again and irreversible means its the change cannot be undone.
We carried out a experiment using a variety of different food types: toffee, potato, chocolate, eggs and butter. We had to decide whether these types of food where reversible or irreversible.
Can you think of any more food types that may be reversible?
Starting this weeks science week, we were investigating which material would be the best insulator. We were testing out different materials for a new lunchbox lining. We found that plastic was the best material because it kept the ice-cube the coldest for the longest. We tested fabric and foil too.
This afternoon, we have been researching all about fossils and extinction. We have found out that lots of different animals are now extinct, for example, the Dodo, Western black rhinoceros and the Quagga.
This afternoon, we have been identifying all the different parts of a egg when it is cracked open. First we cracked an egg open and looked what was inside, we they draw a diagram in our books showing all the … Continue reading →
This afternoon, we have been looking at the life cycles of both plants and animals. We have been learning about Jane Goodall and have been recording key bits of information in our books. What do you know about plant and animal life cycles?
This afternoon, we have been working together to make animations about pollination. We have been using the iPads and whiteboards to show what happens with the plants and bees. What do you know about pollination?