Today, Elm Class made shield and composite volcanoes using toilet paper and cello tape! Using a special ‘magma mixture’ and bicarbonate of soda, they made their volcanoes come to life by erupting! We found that the lava from shield volcanoes travelled furthest!
To celebrate science week Year 5 completed a "Rocket Mice" experiment from the Science Museum Group. First, we discussed how different shaped mice, size of bottle and pressure of the launch would make for different results.
"The bigger the bottle means more air to create a bigger thrust and therefore a …Read More
This afternoon, Mrs Hudd's class celebrated science week by doing a 'Rocket Mice' investigation linked to forces. They voted on a 3 different bottles to be used and predicted which would be best for allowing their very own mouse to travel as high as possible. They made some really sensible …Read More
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