Dosbarth Mrs Curtis have had a great time this week with survival skills.
The class had been marooned in the desert, they set up camp, then found a oasis across the desert.
Each group had 2 drain pipes and two sponges, they needed to work out how they could get the water from the oasis back to their camp.
Over the last two weeks dosbarth Mrs Curtis have been planning and making comic books. First we made a success criteria for our comic strip, then we read a story called Alien Invasion and as a class planned each section of the story.
We then started working on our comic strips, adding pictures, speech bubbles, caption boxes and action words.
The finished comic strips look amazing!
Dosbarth Mrs Curtis have planned and carried out an investigation to find out if the size of a parachute affects the time it takes to fall. They asked the question does a big parachute fall slower than a small one?
First we made five different size parachutes out of plastic bin bags and string.
We then took the parachutes over to the park, they were all dropped from the top of the slide, three times. We recorded the time it took them to fall and put this information into a table.
Once back in the classroom we used calculators to work out the mean time from all three results.
Dosbarth Mrs Curtis have been having fun this week learning and taking part in a team building activity.
The class was split up into four teams, each had to get their whole team across the ‘river’. Each team was given seven ‘rocks’, that they could use to cross the river, if any member of the team fell in, they had to go back to the ‘bank’ to start again.
The teams realised that they had to work together, listen to each other, use problem solving and think about every member of the team to complete this activity.
Each team had a different approach to this activity and they had lots of fun trying out different ways to cross the river.
This week dosbarth Mrs Curtis have been learning about the ‘Space Race’.
We have organised major space travel events in chronological order. From the evidence we had collected, everyone decided who they think won the ‘Space Race’ and their reason why.
We have also been enjoying playground games during our Health and Well-being lesson.