Thursday, KS1 Sublime Science
In the morning we were visited again by Haiko from Sublime Science who worked with all the children in Pine, Year 1 and Year 2. The children had a brilliant time and were amazed by Haiko and the fascinating science demonstrations they were shown.
The children learned about how sound travels and that it needs a medium like air to allow it to travel. They also found out that the longer the musical instrument, the lower the sound produced and the shorter the instrument, the higher the note.
The children watched an amazing plasma ball experiment and some brave volunteers allowed themselves to become an electrical conductor… all in the name of science of course!
Year 1 really enjoyed making their slime. One child said ‘I love my slime, you can do cool stuff with it!’ The children in Y1 are also becoming keen astronomers it would seem!
Pine have been testing what floats and what sinks and have used that knowledge to make boats and they were very proud to show them off!