Some of you have been sent log in details from me to use Study Ladder:
Your parents will need to set up a parent account first (choose the free option) and link your account using the details you were sent. After that you can just use your own login details to access all the activities and games. Have fun!!
Choose any of the activities I have set and complete them at your own pace. I will add new activities each week. but you don’t need to complete them all, just choose the ones that you would like to try.
P3 were curious to find out what had happened to their mummified apples. Were they the same? Did they look any different? Did they smell any different? P3 have been learning about all things Egyptian and had previously learned about the the mummification process and how something called ‘natron’, helped preserve the body for afterlife.
Using a mixture of salt and baking powder, our version of natron, the children covered a quarter of apple and left another quarter uncovered. We made our predictions, thought about the process and what might happen to each apple. Max and Miah predicted that the apple covered with salt and baking powder would be preserved, Scartlett and Charlotte W predicted that the ‘Nitron’ would dry the apple and make it soggy, and Kristen and Alyssa predicted that the apple in ‘Nitron’ would fizz up and turn brown. We left the apple in a cupboard for 7 days. After 7 days we had a wee look to see what the results were. Some of our predictions were correct. The apple covered in ‘Nitron’ dried out and was a bit sponge like in nature, it had preserved!
P3 are now looking forward to their trip to The National Museum, our Egyptian workshop and looking at Egyptian artefacts first hand.
Crafty P6s get to grips with finger knitting, using rug hooks to make tufts, natural weaving with twigs and my favourite from childhood -The Peg Doll.
We would love to have any crafters in to help on Tuesday afternoons to share skill and support our fledging knitting and weaving. Any wool donations or other resources would be most welcome. Our Wee Elves dropped in too:-))
P6 are getting out the knitting needles, weaving looms, pom-pom makers and other crafty kit for Fabric Art skills this year. Spurred on by our volunteer Mrs Farrell they learnt new skills such as casting on in knitting. Who knows where this could lead.
Any short knitting needles and donations of wool would be much appreciated.