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Magic School Bus

9/6/2017

This week we learned all about the respiratory system and the importance of keeping our lungs and heart healthy by exercising. 

This week's challenge, see below, includes recording how exercise affects our heart rate.

Challenge 5 - 12/5/17

This week we watched the episode Gets Planted. Children's challenge for this week is to create some fantastic artwork.

Well done to Megan in Starfish class

Well done to Megan in Starfish class 1

Experiment 4 5/5/17

this week we learned about cocoa beans and we all know what that means ... CHOCOLATE. See details of the experiment below.

Well done to Madison in Y5 Whales for fantastic research

Well done to Madison in Y5 Whales for fantastic research 1
Well done to Madison in Y5 Whales for fantastic research 2
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Experiment 3 28/4/16

this week children were challenged to make the longest strongest bridge. See the photos below for our fabulous finalists. Each finalist won a science experiment kit

Well done Amialey in whales class

Well done Amialey in whales class 1

Experiment 2 - 24/03/17

This week we watched Gets Lost In Space.

Your challenge is to build a rocket. See below for step by step instructions for how to design the coolest rocket.

I have also attached two links for older scientists who, with adult supervision, want to make their rocket launch! If you'd like to borrow some safety goggles, please ask Miss Wood.

NASA BUBBLE ROCKET

https://spaceplace.nasa.gov/pop-rocket/en/

WATER rocket

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bang/handson/waterbottlerockets.shtml

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Experiment 1: 03/03/17

 

After watching the magic school bus episode 'Kicks up a Storm' your STEM challenge is to make a storm in a bottle.

Use this video link if you need help

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IF2ZByWaUMI

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The launch!

Every child took home a balloon to complete our first experiment.

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