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Science in classes.

Science in classes-archive!

Science in classes-archive! 1 Year 2 were building a house for the 3 pigs.
Science in classes-archive! 2 Which material is best for the house.
Science in classes-archive! 3 Will the bricks and cement make a strong house?
Science in classes-archive! 4 Y1 investigating changes in shadows.
Science in classes-archive! 5 Ayra is investigating her shadow.
Science in classes-archive! 6 Is the shadow long or short?
Science in classes-archive! 7 Making fun shadows with our bodies!
Science in classes-archive! 8 Making hand warmers- changes in materils.
Picture 1 Class 7: science outside and show us food chains.
Picture 2 Making Venn diagrams outside.
Picture 3 What's the animal? Are they a carnivore?
Picture 4 Am i a herbivore?
Picture 5 Year 3- working our muscles. Which ones do we use?
Picture 6 Year 3 making muscles.
Picture 7 Muscle makers in year 3.
Picture 8 Mrs Evans and "Sue the skeleton!"
Picture 9 Class 7 making a frog habitat hotel.
Picture 10 Any frog would be proud to to stay here!
Picture 11 class 7 know what a habitat needs to provide.
Picture 12 Year 1 learning about shadows-do they change?
Picture 13 Why is the shadow long?
Picture 14 Would they be the same length in the afternoon?
Picture 15 Reception learning to classify artic animals.
Picture 16 Maths and science are best buddies!
Picture 17 Class 7 learning about light damage to eyes.
Picture 18 What changes to the eye did we observe?
Picture 19 "It's going cloudy."
Picture 20 We made observations every 15 minutes.
Picture 21 Frog habitat hotels.
Picture 22 Class 7 wrote a tourist leaflet for their hotel.
Picture 23 Reception exploring materials.
Picture 24 Would the house be strong enough to stop the wolf?
Picture 25 Would brick make a strong house for the pigs?
Picture 26 Where's that Wolf?
Picture 27 Does the Wolf know about materials?
Picture 28 Could the Wolf blow this one down?
Picture 29 Are sticks and marshmallows strong enough?
Picture 30 Reception children's ideas and thoughts.
Picture 31 Reception children investigating materials.
Picture 32 Which material is waterproof?
Picture 33 We investigated which materials are waterproof.
Picture 34 Maths and science are best buddies.
Picture 35 We explore different ways of presenting data.
Picture 36 Investigation friction-science outdoors!
Picture 37 The foundation stage investigating friction.
Picture 38 What makes the car go faster?
Picture 39 Does the sandpaper slow the car down?
Picture 40 What will detergent do?
Picture 41 Class 7 investigated a plant on our yard.
Picture 42 We made eco weed killer.
Picture 43 Year 4 investigated what makes teeth decay.
Picture 44 Class 7 investigating water transport in plants.
Picture 45 Class 7 asking questions.
Picture 46 Making predictions.
Picture 47 The investigation is ready!
Picture 48 We observed the plant for 3 weeks.
Picture 49 We address our misconceptions in science.
Picture 50 Our own vocabulary cards for our science board.
Picture 51 We write them...we remember them!
Picture 52 Y 2 know that maths and science are best buddies!
Picture 53 Yr2 investigating materials.
Picture 54 Yr observing materials and recording their data.
Picture 55 Is that brick rough or smooth?
Picture 56 What is the everyday use of this material?
Picture 57 Observing, investigating and concluding.
Picture 58 Recording our learning.
Picture 59 Exploring and investigating materials.
Picture 60 Y2 investigating best materials for umbrellas.
Picture 61 Measuring our materials-using maths.
Picture 62 Would our umbrella keep us dry.
Picture 63 It's raining again!
Picture 64 FS children were investigating ice.
Picture 65 describing the properties of ice.
Picture 66 "Its cold, my hand freezing."
Picture 67 FS made expolding snowmen-how does ice behave?
Picture 68 Yr 3 made human models of plant structures.
Picture 69 The roots do what year 3?
Picture 70 The stem and roots.
Picture 1 Class 7's season trees using what they know.
Picture 2 Spring brings spring blossom!
Picture 3 Full green leaves for summer.
Picture 4 Autumn means change of colour.
Picture 5 Frost, snow and ice on branches in winter.
Picture 6 Red, yellow, gold and brown in autumn.
Picture 7 Summer leaves.
Picture 8 Deciduous or evergreen? Class 7 know!
Picture 9 Spring blossom, getting ready for summer.
Picture 10 Class 7 wrote labels for the season trees.
Picture 1 Year 3 get ready for their investigation.
Picture 2 How is water transported in plants?
Picture 3 Yr 3 used celery, daffodils and tulips.
Picture 4 What did you learn year 3?
Picture 1 Measuring and pouring in yr 3.
Picture 2 Maths and science are best buddies!
Picture 3 Accurate measuring in yr 3.
Picture 4 Working as a science team.
Picture 5 Yr 3 observed and recorded changes.
Picture 1 Yr 4 in the news letter-testing sound waves.
Picture 2 The reception class are becoming botanists!
Picture 3 Reception learnt about bulbs & parts of a plant.
Picture 4 Class 7 went on a material hunt around school.
Picture 5 Science outside is fun.
Picture 6 Class 7 investigation materials outdoors.
Picture 7
Picture 8 Yr 3 were investigating seed dispersal.
Picture 9 Will the seeds be dispersed quickly in water?
Picture 10 We made a stream to investigate seeds in water.
Picture 11 How well will the seeds be dispersed?
Picture 12 The hair dryer was the wind for seed dispersal.
Picture 13 Seeds in the balloon-bursting out and dispersed.
Picture 14 Yr 3 learnt about birds dispersing seeds in waste.
Picture 15 The bird dropped the seeds.
Picture 16 Yr3 measured the distance seeds were dispersed.
Picture 17 Yr 2 planted potato tubers in their yard.

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