In our science experiment today, we made our own versions of bird’s beaks to test which beaks are best suited to eat different types of food. This helped us understand adaptation and ‘survival of the fittest’.
We collected natural materials in the school forest and used these as printing tools to create a piece of art.
We made a reading den in the classroom today to celebrate book week. We loved relaxing and reading our favourite books inside of it!
For our Ancient Greece topic, we made Greek honey cake and pitta breads. We tried a selection of Greek dips with our pitta bread!
Merry Christmas Everyone!
We used colour-blending and silhouettes to create pieces of art that represent World War 2.
We created our own circuits and investigated how electricity is shared between components.
We designed and made our own survival tools. Can you guess what they would be used for?
We learnt about the components of our blood and their functions and then made our own blood in a bottle!
We made shelters in the forest to practise our survival skills!
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