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Weekly Student Bloggers: 3SG - Our Trip to Natural History Museum

Every week a class, a student or a group of students, from Year 3 and above, get the opportunity to share their work on our school blog. This week's contribution comes from 3SG!

  • Year 3 Visit The Natural History Museum
  • Year 3 Visit The Natural History Museum
  • Year 3 Visit The Natural History Museum
  • Year 3 Visit The Natural History Museum
  • Year 3 Visit The Natural History Museum
  • Year 3 Visit The Natural History Museum
  • Year 3 Visit The Natural History Museum
  • Year 3 Visit The Natural History Museum
  • Year 3 Visit The Natural History Museum
  • Year 3 Visit The Natural History Museum
  • Year 3 Visit The Natural History Museum
  • Year 3 Visit The Natural History Museum

On Thursday 27th September, my class visited the Natural History Museum. When we arrived at the museum, we saw some massive diplodocus skeletons peering into the second floor. After that, we went to see the animals which live in Singapore. We saw a huge tiger, a bat like bird and lots of different shimmering fish. Next, dangling above the stairs, were small headed pterodactyls ready to dive. Then we compared the leg of an elephant to the leg of a triceratops. The triceratops had very big toes and the elephant bones were much thicker. Finally, we investigated the fish which live in coral reefs around South East Asia.

Juliet
3SG