Week beginning 30/3/20
Skylarks are you up to the challenge of becoming a SENSATIONAL SCIENTIST? Well... you have come to the right place!
Your first experiment involves soap and bubbles to create your very own BUBBLE SNAKE! Take a look at the video below that demonstrates how to carry out this exciting experiment...
Have a go yourself... it's a good chance to get outside in the fresh air! :) Make sure you take plenty of pictures to email to me. Or you could even create your own video of you carrying out this experiment?! :)
Keep smiling! :)
Hey Skylarks! It looks like you had a lot of fun with the last experiment!
This weeks experiment is all about making rainbows! It seems to be a popular theme at the moment to spread positivity and happiness so why not create you own one using colour and water! :)
There are a few different ways of carrying out this experiment so I have attached some videos and images below and you can decide which one you would like to do. :)
Make sure to take pictures of your experiment and email them in for me to see! :)
Once you have completed your experiment you can then record what you have discovered! Here are some ideas below of how you could present this:
It is totally up to you how you could lay it out!
Keep smiling! :)
I found this experiment and I just knew you Skylarks would love it! :) You can make your own rain cloud in a jar! It can be as colourful as you like and you only need 3 ingredients! :)
Take a look at the video below which will tell you how to do it!
Remember to email in your pictures! I would love to see! :)
I have found another fun and funky new Science experiment for you to try out! This time you get to make your own lava lamp! How cool is that?!?
You don't need many ingredients and the video below shows you step by step of how to make your own! I can't wait to see what you all come up with!
Don't forget to take pictures and keep smiling! :)
One of the most important things for people in the Stone Age was their strength in their bones and muscles! This is because they had to do a lot of jobs with their hands which required a lot of strength and muscle.
For today's task I would like you to watch the video below and label the bones in your body. I have added examples below of how you could do this... you could use post it notes, draw a diagram, make it creative or draw round your silhouette? :)
Have fun and keep smiling! :)
This weeks activity is all about our muscles!!! :) Your first task is to watch the video below to fill your brain with new fun and exciting facts all about our muscles!
Once you have watched the video I would like you to create a mind map of all the new facts you have learnt whilst watching! The next step is to use this mind map to explain to another family member what you have learnt about muscles! You might even like to video your presentation and email it to me. I would love to see! :)
Since this week is Mental Health Awareness and the theme is KINDNESS I thought we would return to our rainbow theme! :)
Below are 2 experiments about making your very own rainbows in fun and scientific ways! :) Pick one, or BOTH and have fun! :) I can't wait to see the results! :)
Hey SENSATIONAL Skylarks! I hope you're excited to learn all about our new topic of PLANTS! :)
Your first activity is to find out what each part of a plant if called and what their FUNCTION or JOB is! I would like you first watch the 2 videos below, they are filled with fantastic facts that will fill your brain with knowledge! :)
Once you have watched both videos I would like you to draw and label your own flower... maybe you could even use a flower from your garden or one you have found out on a walk? :)
After you have labelled the different parts I would also like you to add what the job for each part is... what makes that part so important? :)
Don't forget to show me what you produce! :)