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We’ve had a Fantastic Time during Science Week in Reception!

26 juni 2017

We have been learning about lots of different areas of the science curriculum, such as plants, electricity and our bodies!

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We found it fascinating to learn all about the insides of our bodies, and how important our organs are to keep us fit and healthy. Our lungs are especially clever, and we use them all the time, without even knowing…but the Bear Cubs definitely know now, as we made a body to help us understand our lungs, oesophagus and stomach!

We have asked lots of good questions like ‘is there honey inside the seeds? I know bees like the flowers and they like honey!’ – Ewan, ‘I can catch it even with no eyes – I can hear you drop the ruler!’ - Simon and ‘my light is so so so bright! This is a big power battery!!’ – Fiona

We really enjoyed seeing the science Mr Hudspith showed us making ‘Dragon’s Toothpaste’ we thought it was so cool to see the foam shooting into the sky, that it made us curious about our own experiments…. We made bubble snakes and created different shapes by blowing through a bottle and one of our old socks!...should we use more or less soap if we wanted lots of bubbles?

Alison Marshall, Reception Class Teacher