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To infinity...

Mrs Divall - 29 Jun 2016

This week, we have been learning about space.

We have been learning about Tim Peake.  We've learnt about special characteristics of each planet and we learnt that planets go around the sun.  We learnt the planets closest to the sun are the hottest and furthest are the coldest.  We found out that the spots of Jupiter are actually thunderstorms that have been raging for years and years.  We also found out that the planet Venus is named after the Roman Goddess of Love. 

We've been building rockets...

 

 
 All sorts of rockets...


 
Space Pods underground....
 

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
Trying to invent a way to attach a roof....tricky!!
 

 
The planets spin around the sun...
 

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
Under the table space drawings ...
 

 

 

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Brilliant lesssion, my daughter could nit stop talking about what she learnt about planets, naming them and even talking about the colour of some. I was amazed to see how much a 4 and a bit year old child can remember a "what supposed to be dry subject" New generation of scientists in the making. Well done Mrs Duvall and your team. Mrs Kuwaza
Mrs Jane Kuwaza - 30 Jun 2016 - 08:51
 
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