Willow enjoying lighting bulbs…electricians in the making !!!
Willow racing around to find clues for Science Week in groups…Wow Mrs Baria those questions were tricky!!! Well done to the Einstein group for getting the highest number of questions correct !!
And the winning team, with the most points, was …..!
Yesterday afternoon, we pretended that we were walking on the moon in moon boots (Wellies really!). We stepped in flour and then looked at the marks that our wellies made. Just like an astronaut.
What an amazing morning we had. We learned all about the planets in our solar system and watched an alien adventure which taught us about the weather in outer space.
We looked at our weight and length from when we were born and compared it with how we had changed over time. We also looked at the average weight of a new-born baby!
Acorns have loved learning all about the planets this week with a visit from the mobile planetarium. They learned all about the atmosphere on different planets, as well as what the different planets are made of. We have also been looking at money and paying for our ticket to get into the planetarium. Some children even made amounts using different coins up to 10 and 20p!
Firstly we discussed the development of babies and how they change. This is mainly that they grow physically (height, weight, shape) but also that they grow emotionally (feelings) and psychologically (thoughts).
For homework we were asked to find out how tall we were and how much we weighed. There were some interesting results compared to now and with each other as well as thinking about both height and weight
Finally, we felt how heavy the average baby weighed and what it might have been like carrying that child.