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Science Investigation- Cells

Science Investigation- Cells

      Hello everyone!   Happy bank holiday weekend! I finally have a chance to do some blogging. We are moving house at the moment and have no internet! Earlier this week I posted pictures of our science experiment on the Facebook page and a few...

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SPHE Activity

Hello everyone,I was doing SPHE today with my class.  The lesson was about what makes us special and unique. This activity was a little follow up exercise. The boys in my class find it very difficult to take a compliment. One boy got upset one day because I told...

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Space Unit

    Hello everyone, There seems to be an immense interest in the thematic units I have created. For the 422 new readers of my blog this week, you are very welcome! I will give some more information on the themes here for you newcomers! Basically, I am big...

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Blowing up Balloons

What you'll need: BalloonAbout 40 ml of water (a cup is about 250 ml so you don't need much) Soft drink bottle Drinking strawJuice from a lemon 1 teaspoon of baking soda Instructions: Before you begin, make sure that you stretch out the balloon to make it as easy as...

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Tornado in a Bottle

Make a Tornado in a Bottle Learn how to make a tornado in a bottle with this fun science experiment for kids. Using easy to find items such as dish washing liquid, water, glitter and a bottle you can make your own mini tornado that’s a lot safer than one you might see...

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Making Lemonade

Experiment 2:  I did this one before at one of my camps, it's really good, I would recommend it!What you'll need: LemonDrinking glass Water1 teaspoon of baking soda Some sugar to make it sweet Instructions: Squeeze as much of the juice from the lemon as you can...

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Science Day Experiments

 Lava in a Cup: Hello everyone! I have been busy researching science experiments for the Science Day I am holding on Saturday. I thought I'd share some of my favourites with you! Here's the first: *A clear drinking glass* 1/4 cup vegetable oil* 1 teaspoon salt*...

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