The two grade 5/6 classes finished their project all about natural disasters today. I chose to make a bush fire survival kit, other students chose something else. I think I really did well on my brochure but the thing I didn’t do well was my recording my sources.
Here it is…what do you think?
In our art lesson we had to use pebbles and sticks to make an art piece. First we got a plank of wood and painted it either blue, orange, green or red after. Then we started to select the pebbles after we designed it, we started to stick the pebbles the best part of this art lesson was everything.
Hands on science? Is an amazing thing to try out and I did it with my classmates today!
We did all kinds of experiments that were about natural disasters.
Charlie a Hands on Science member told us about how natural disasters occur, my favourite experiments were the ones where you spin the bottle around to create a mini tornado inside your bottle and the one about landslides where you got a sugar cube and a tub to put in the sugar cube in, then we got some eye drop things and dropped water slowly on the sugar cube.
Once I dropped the water it started to collapse just like a landslide.
A couple of photos: