In Science, we have been observing solids becoming liquids. We discussed how this happens and what happens to the particles when it changes its state of matter. Ask your child what happens to the particles during this change.
In Science, we have been grouping materials into solids, liquids and gases. Ask your child about the properties of each.
In our Science topic ‘sound’ we made our own telephones to investigate how sound travelled.
This week we have been looking at conductors and insulators. Ask the children what they think will make a good conductor?
This week in Science we have been constructing simple circuits and looking closely at light bulbs. Ask your child what happens in a circuit if we use more batteries or more light bulbs.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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