WORLD OCEANS DAY

World Oceans Day, held every June 8th, is the United Nations recognized day of ocean celebration and action to build a movement for ocean conservation. Today in K3 Science we have been celebrating this day too, colouring and watching a short movie about the oceans and their creatures. We haven’t forgotten polarbears either!





VISITEM EL TALLER DEL JOSEP

Aquest divendres ens vam acostar al taller de l’avi del Guerau! Li volem agrair la seva invitació i l’activitat que ens va preparar! Ens va agradar molt fer anar el torn i dibuixar en una rajola!

 

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TOOTHPICK STARS

Today we’ve been playing with toothpicks to test the surface tension of coloured water. We’ve found out that dipping a soapy toothpick into the water could break the surface tension and our toothpick stars! Have a look at our pictures!







THE BAOBAB TREE 2

Today in K4 Science we have been listening to a second legend about the Baobab. We have learnt that you can find this tree in Africa and on the island of Madagascar. The story is based on a South African tale about the Baobab. As it looks like if its roots are in the air, people came up with many different stories to explain its strange shape. We also have been clay modelling and colouring Baobabs. Have a look at the pics!