7.12.21 - Two weeks after setting up our experiment, we looked at the results.
25.11.21 - We researched different animals found in our locality and looked at what they ate. We then said whether they were consumers, predators or both.
23.11.21 - To understand the functions of the digestive system - We used a plastic bag, bread and orange juice to recreate what happens to food when it reaches our stomach.
18.11.21 - To know how to keep our teeth healthy - We planned and set up an experiment to see the affect of different liquids on our teeth.
16.11.21 - To identify different teeth and their functions - We used mirrors to look at our teeth, then we ate different foods to see which teeth we used.
National Science Day - We looked at what happens when you add water to skittles. Then we discussed the science behind it.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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