Chocolate experiment 27.5.16
We wanted to see how quickly chocolate melted in our hands so we conducted an experiment to test this out. We made this a fair experiment by making sure that we all held the chocolate in the same way, had the same type of chocolate and started at the same time. The quickest piece melted at 3 minutes 15 seconds and the slowest took 11 minutes 32 seconds. We had real fun doing this experiment and have some fantastic experiments to try out in our new topic next term.
We came to school one morning and found that the evil peas had taken over the classroom! We decided that the best way to catch them was to do as Supertato had done and make some jelly and leave it overnight. When we came to school the next day, all evil peas had fallen for our trap and we caught them all ☺!!! No more pesky peas on the loose.
WOW day - catching the baddies
For our WOW day for the topic "Superheroes" the children came to school
dressed as their favourite superhero. We then found a letter from 'The Joker' who
told us he had come into school and pinched our Hudls and remote control cars!!!! The children discussed what we should do about this and decided we needed to make a trap to catch him. We designed a trap and wrote a list of resources we would need to make the traps. We then used the large blocks to make a trap to catch him.
Each week we pick 3 children that use a checkist to check
all our outdoor resources. They enjoy checking the safety
of the objects to keep themselves and the other
children in our unit safe.