All you need is vinegar, bicarb soda and a whole lot of carbon dioxide.
The children were inspired to classify different animals into their groups, after their amazing experience at the Deadly Australian Presentation. Here is an example of a reptile and mammal skeleton. Reptile: Rattle snake Mammal: Marmoset
The Grade 3’s harvested the garlic and herbs (parsley, rosemary and mint) to sell at this weekends Wangaratta Farmers Market. Our room smells amazing!! Thanks Mr Fram for your garlic bulbs in June, they’ve grown beautifully.
Today the Grade 2’s made a model lung from an empty bottle and two balloons. The balloon fills with air when the diaphragm expands (inhale) and empties when the diaphragm contracts (exhale). Exhale Inhale
‘In science today , we blew up balloons with bicarb soda and vinegar. We put a balloon on top of the bottle and it blew up’- Bella and Bridie Grade 2
This is Alice and Amelie’s room heating data that they have collected over 3 weeks. The deal range for winter heating is 18 to 20 degrees. This chart shows how well St Pat’s is doing at being Energy Wise.
Today the Grade 2’s learnt about adaptations here’s a brainstorm showing the adaptations of the polar bear.