Health and Wellbeing
Here is a lovely story about worries and how everyone worries about lots of different things and it’s ok! It’s also available on Oxford Owl (https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/books/jon-burgerman-everybody-worries-free-ebook/)
We tried making a Volcano like this in the Hub, and we had great fun! Maybe you would like to try at home too 🙂
How to make a Volcano
- 10 ml of dish soap
- 100 ml of cold water
- 400 ml of white vinegar
- Food colouring
- Baking soda slurry (fill a cup about ½ with baking soda, then fill the rest of the way with water)
- Empty 2 litre soda bottle
NOTE: This should be done outside due to the mess.
- Combine the vinegar, water, dish soap and 2 drops of food colouring into the empty soda bottle.
- Use a spoon to mix the baking soda slurry until it is all a liquid.
- Eruption time! … Pour the baking soda slurry into the soda bottle quickly and step back!
Let’s be a scientist!
Which science activity are you going to try?
What secret message will you write in lemon juice?
MAKE YOUR OWN SCIENTIST ID BADGE
We’d love to see a photograph of you wearing your badge and carrying out an experiment in your lab. 🧪🔬
Pepper and Soap Experiment 🧂
Work away in your science lab, with the help of an adult to investigate what happens in this experiment 🔬
You could write about your findings in your jotter.
A Bit of Fun in the Sun
Have a go at this scavenger hunt when your out for a safe walk in the sun!
Enjoy this his story about a girl who was curious and asked lots of good questions.
Message from Dee
Dee has sent us an email telling us all about an experiment Emilie in P1B did at home. Emilie make a lava lamp and wrote down what she used to make it. Here is Emilie’s pictures so you could have a go at home too!
Here is a great video to show you how to plant your own seeds. What plants could you grow at home?
Find out more about how Plants help people and animals to live.
Plants provide food for people and animals to eat.They also make oxygen. All people and animals need oxygen to breathe.
Be a scientist and click on the Science link and go to Plants to find out more interesting facts.
How to grow a rainbow 🌈
We love seeing all of your rainbow pictures to show your support for the NHS.💕 Now have a go at growing your own rainbow.
Take a photograph or draw a picture to record your results.
We usually start our new topic the Science Lab this term! We thought you could start by looking at the garden and plants, like a biologist! Find out what a plant needs to grow.
This grid has lots of ideas to help you explore plants. You could pick one or two to have a go at.
Maybe some of you would like to create your own Fairy garden and send a picture to Dee!