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Benjamin Bear needs an umbrella

27 Jan 2017


 

 
 

 We had fun in science this week. Benjamin Bear who goes home with a member of the class every week, needed an umbrella for our rainy days. We carried out an investigation to see which was the best material. We had to use a pipette to drop water onto different materials on his head! He did get rather wet!  The children then wrote about the investigation and we made a conclusion about the best material to keep you dry.
We are continuing our work on artists and so looked at the work of LS Lowry. The children drew their own scenes trying to recreate his style. Some great work was achieved by taking care with sketching, colouring and shading.





 

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Thank you , Isobel never says much about day to day school life , so it's great to see what there up too . Isobel just says good day today ... sam brown
Mrs Samantha Brown - 01 Feb 2017 - 19:24
 
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