Schools maybe closed but Caim NS have two boys at home working very hard. Fourth Class were asked to create a project on something fishy using any materials that they wanted
Here are some of our aboriginal fish, created using cotton buds. Pointillism in action…..
The effects of vegetation in terms of minimising the chance of soil erosion / landslides.
Our experiment to show the expansion of water when frozen left us with clear, visible results. The bottom of the bottles became convex and the bottles could no longer stand up unsupported. We left the lid on one bottle and
Following our lesson we discussed aboriginal fish and how they needed water to stay alive.
One of our pupils, Sabine, created a beautiful project on different types of fish. Well done Sabine!
We loved learning about Aboriginal art and made some beautiful aboriginal fish. Here are some examples!
We had a great time making our own landslides with natural items gathered in our school yard. Now we really understand the importance of vegetation on the river bank.
We really enjoyed conducting the above experiment in our outdoor classroom. We were very surprised by the findings!