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Friday, October 14, 2011

Science (October 2011)

We have been learning about forces in Science. These have included pushing and pulling, floating and sinking and we are still to look at magnetism. This will be exciting!


We conducted lots of experiments to see which items could float and which items sank. We recorded our results so we could compare our results and discuss our findings with the whole class.





Everyone really enjoyed the experiments and Mrs Brodie is sure their are some scientists of the future in our class!

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