Silly Science

In Maths last week, we continued our revision of shapes, patterns and addition. Our literacy groups included tasks such as handwriting and exploring word families. We revisited the reading and writing strategy Stretchy Snake by making CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words on the pocket chart and writing them in a list.

In addition to Footsteps, we participated in a Silly Science incursion. The children enjoyed making slime, studying optical illusions, experimenting with magnets and poking skewers through bags of water without them leaking. The session was completed with rocket launching.

We drew pictures and wrote about our favourite experiments:

On Wednesday we did silly science. My favourite experiment was the part with the bags.

On Wednesday we did silly science. My favourite experiment was slime.

On Wednesday we did silly science. My favourite experiment was when we did the bags with some water and sticks. We had lots of fun.

On Wednesday we did silly science. My favourite experiment was the rockets.

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  1. Rocket launching, making slime, studying optical illusions, experimenting with magnets and poking skewers through bags of water without them leaking! It must be fun learning with Cat!

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