Today we are going to learn what makes thunder and lightning.
To begin the session you will need to begin writing a science report by writing in the purpose of the session… I wonder how thunderstorms form?
Next you will fill in your hypothesis by writing a prediction about what makes thunder… I think…
You will then write in the materials we need:
- A clear container
- Warm water
- A blue ice-block
- Red food dye
The procedure for the session is:
- Fill the plastic container with 2/3 full with warm water.
- Let the water sit for one minute.
- Place a blue ice cube at one end of the container.
- Add three drops of red food colouring to the water at the other end of the plastic container.
- Watch what happens.
We will then complete our results and conclusion.
This week for science we are going to look at before and after images in locations where a natural disaster has hit. You will then select one of the images and write a Venn Diagram explaining the similarities and differences between the images.
Once you have completed a draft, you can write up a good copy for your Writers’ Gift.
Last science session we learnt about what causes earthquakes. Today we will look at how earthquakes are measured.
Today for science we are going to learn about earthquakes and what causes an earthquake. We have 2 videos that we are going to watch to helps us understand earthquakes.
Here is an image of where Mrs Harper collected the macro-invertebrates.
A life cycle is the changes that occur to living things throughout its life. For science over the next few weeks, we are going to look at life cycles of different insects. We are going to start by looking at butterflies.