Getting hands on with science is one of my favourite things about it as a subject. I love doing tests and experiments and finding out how and why things act, behave, grow or work the way they do. It's great when things go right as we expected and more fun when things go wrong or not as we expected and we have to work out why? One of the tricky parts about science though is explaining what I've found out... concluding experiments. So why not make this part as much fun as the rest of science?
This week I want you to get into role and be that enthusiastic and animated biologist like David Belemy - or the cool, calm and collected presenter that is David Attenborough or you can even give it your best impression of the mad and crazy scientist Miss Copley and present your investigation findings to me in a creative way! Dressing-up isn't necessary - but does make it more fun... but what is most important is all the delicious scientific vocabulary you use correctly to explain what plants need to grow well... I can't wait to see what you come up with.
Salt dough Recipe
1 cupful of plain flour (about 250g)
1. Preheat the oven to its lowest setting and line a baking sheet with baking parchment.
2. Mix the flour and salt in a large bowl. Add the water and stir until it comes together into a ball. Do not pour it all in at once, you may not need it all!
3. Transfer the dough to a floured work surface and shape into your chosen model.
4. Put your finished items on the lined baking sheet and bake for 3 hrs or until solid.
5. Leave to cool and then paint.
New Topic - Teeth, Nutrition and Digestion.
To learn about teeth
Know and identify the different types of human teeth and their functions
To learn about diet and nutrition
Know about the importance of a nutritious, balanced diet and how nutrients, water and oxygen are transported within animals
To learn about the digestive system
Identify and name the parts of the human digestive system