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Termly Challenges

We have a wonderful science display in school with termly science challenges for all of the children to join in with.

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Term 1: Summer 2021: Fun with Density: Instructions here

So many new density challenges took place this weekend!
Well done to A.in Year 5, T. in Year 3, M. in Year 3, N. in Year 3 and his sister N. in Year 1 and N.in Year 3 and his brother T. in Reception.
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SC in year 4 completed the science challenge this week too.
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K used honey, syrup, washing up liquid and dyed the milk blue.
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RE used some really bright liquids for his challenge.
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J. and J. have completed this term's science challenge. They used strawberry syrup, milk, washing up liquid, and oil. They talked about the differences of each one.
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I. enjoyed her science challenge, using oil, washing up liquid, maple syrup and milk.
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Y used golden syrup, dish soap, milk and sunflower oil for his density challenge.
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AR had a go at the science challenge.
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F. mixed the different liquids of the same volume, and there were definitely some with more mass than others. We then added tomato ketchup to see where that would sink to, and we also poured the finished mixture into a second glass and watched it settle again in the same way. Great work F.
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S, - We have learned what "density" means. Honey is heaviest and oil lightest. Sophia's experiment with steps is below.
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A. completed the density challenge,
it looks like you had such fun!
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Thank you Subhasree for completing the science challenge this term.
This looks really effective.
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