As part of their studies on plants, Silver Birch created their own collage pictures of the parts of a plant. They added labels to show each part.
As part of their Plants topic in Science, Willow class investigated how long it takes for coloured water to travel to the petals of a white flower. We used different temperatures of water and made sure it was a fair test.
Willow Class British Science Week STEM activity- Our Diverse Planet
Birch Class investigating Plant Life
Willow Class Trip to RSPB at Dungeness
Willow Class grouping living things
Silver Birch learning about the weather and investigating wind
Willow Class during STEM Week testing paper aeroplanes and gliders
Willow Class are looking at habitats at Eastling Primary, we discussed what kind of living things we would find in the garden, the pond area, the trees and the bushes. We then pretended to be estate agents and created an advert for a chosen habitat!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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