We used: warm water, skittles and a plate. The children created a pattern using the skittles and we poured water over the skittles that were placed around the edge of the plate. We watched carefully to see how the skittles would change. We were surprised at how quickly we could see the change!
Skittles experiment (filmed by Luke)
We conducted a skittles experiment as a class. The children predicted what was going to happen and we filmed the outcome. This video was filmed by Luke using the 'timelapse' mode on the Ipad to show what happened at a quicker speed.
A visit to Tesco
Subtracting with skittles
Floating and sinking
Finding one more
Making vegetable soup
Visiting Mrs Baker's farm to celebrate Harvest
Making porridge for the Three Bears
Year 6 reading partners
Visiting the Church
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Exploring 'big' Forest School
Painting Autumn leaves using cotton buds
Building where we'd like to go in our wellies...
Exploring at Forest School
Our second week
Our first week
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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