W/b 22nd November 2021 : We carried out a comparative and fair test to find out which type of chocolate melts the fastest.
W/B 20.9.21 This week, we investigated the presence of gasses in various objects.
Why does pumice stone float? Why did the Romans use it?
Why does an inflated balloon weigh more?
What can we see in the gaps between the stones and marbles?
Why can't we squash a bottle with the lid on?
W/B: 13.09.21 - Solid or liquid? We investigated lots of different materials and classified them. Some of them were harder to classify than others and we had lots of scientific questions!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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