Young Scientists

Posted by brakefieldm on Monday Oct 5, 2015 Under Uncategorized

Our science topic this half term is Everyday Materials, and throughout the last few weeks we have been exploring the different types of materials we use in our everyday lives. We’ve especially been describing the properties of materials, such as how they feel. Last week, we investigated the properties of different types of paper and discovered that tissues really aren’t useful for painting on!

 

Here Evie is using a magnifying glass to take a closer look at rock. She can see all the bumps and sharp edges in the rock's surface.

Here Evie is using a magnifying glass to take a closer look at rock. She can see all the bumps and sharp edges in the rock’s surface.

Elisabeth explores our new textured display and uses words to describe what she feels. The sandpaper is 'rough' whilst the corrugated cards feels 'bumpy.'

Elisabeth and Jake explore our new textured display and uses words to describe what she feels. The sandpaper is ‘rough’ whilst the corrugated cards feels ‘bumpy.’

A group of children went on a hunt around the school to find objects made of glass. They found lots of things, including this paperweight in a Key Stage 2 classroom.

A group of children went on a hunt around the school to find objects made of glass. They found lots of things, including this paperweight in a Key Stage 2 classroom.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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