Today we’ve watched SNOWMAN in our Science class. Have a look at the pictures!
Daina-Isard has made a symbolic adoption of a Polar Bear through Polar Bears International Organisation. This will have a lasting effect on protecting and conserving polar bears and their arctic habitat.
Polar Bears International is the world’s leading polar bear conservation group – dedicated to saving polar bears by saving their sea ice habitat. Their focus is on research, education, and action. Thanks to the generosity of their supporters, they are steadily making progress towards their goal of saving polar bears and the sea ice on which they depend by reducing greenhouse gas emissions worldwide.
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!
You might think that you can’t fit many drops of water on the surface of a penny. Pennies are just so small! In the Drops on a Penny experiment, though, we’ve investigated surface tension and cohesion at their finest. How many drops of water can fit? There’s only one way to find out… by adding one drop at a time and counting! – Have a look at the outcome!
We have recorded our Polar Bear Dance to send the video to Polar Bears International. Have a look at it.