A few exciting things to blog about!
We are continuing our inquiry into WATER - today we looked at how a rainbow is created.
We did a science experiment:
You could try this at home....
Using water to make your own rainbow:
A torch or light.
A couple of glasses or containers of different shapes.
A box or something to put the glass on.
A surface to see your rainbow on, it could be paper or a light, flat, floor or bench.
Fill the glass with water and put it up on a box or bench.
Shine the torch through it at an angle that’s fairly flat but towards the ground.
Move it around a bit, until you can see a beam of light on the surface next to your glass. Have a close look and there should be a rainbow at the edge of it
We also talked about the colours of the Rainbow and a fun way to remember the colours
ROY G BIV
Next week we will be doing several science experiments during week and during week 9 we will invite you (parents) to come in and have a look at some of our learning.
A RACE TO THE TREASURE:
Watch out for information about this coming home this week!
- Maths FUN!!!!
- Once the children know all they need to at a certain stage they will receive a piece of treasure and move on to the next learning step.
I have started a 'Maths Treasure Bag'
your child will get a turn at bringing this bag home AT LEAST once a term.