As part of learning about how to play our part looking after our planet, we have been learning about the Polar areas on Earth. The children handled a globe to look at where can they see snow. We read information books about polar animals and and in our small world we looked at them closer to describe them . “The penguin has a red bill.” “The walrus has long tusk and a fat belly.” All week had lots of ice around the classroom so the children had a good feel what is it like and explore what happens when we leave it out all day. We conducted our science experiment to see if adding other materials like salt, sugar and sand makes a different to the ice when it melts. Come and ask us about what we have found out!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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