The hand whisk, balloon whisk or electrical whisk?
Visit to the Black Country Museum
Collecting water for the garden.
An outside toilet!
No taps in this house ...
Families kept their own pigs.
We learnt a song - Chick chick chick chick chicken
Ready to go down the mine ...
and feeling brave!
We met the mine owner...
and the Butty.
Getting the coal out of the mine.
Children would have to work at sorting the coal.
Coal was carried in barges along the canal.
Making chains was hard work.
Nothing in this shop uses electricity!
A soap dispenser.
A potato masher.
A butter churner.
A washing machine ....
A vacuum cleaner!
We tasted the chips.
The sweets looked delicious.
Schools have changed a lot.
Children in Need
Pudsey bear came to visit.
Gravity vs Friction
We created a fair test
We wanted to know ...
which surface creates the most friction.
We rolled cars down slopes with different material
We placed a block at the edge of a smooth surface
then carefully lifted it up.
When the block began to slide...
we measured to see how high our slope was.
We can play tunes on notes C and D and follow the accompaniment.
Making We-Do models
We followed the instructions carefully ...
to make our lego model.
Then we connected our model to the ipad.
We programmed the model ...
then watched it go!
The Church Hill Big Local were planting bulbs.
They asked for our help.
Look out for all the snow drops.
A visiting bee keeper
Mrs Pretty keeps bees.
She brought one of her hives in ...
and told us all about keeping bees...
and gathering honey.
Discussing the business of ...
Keyboard skills with Mrs Brannelly
We start off playing the note 'C'.
Making pictures move
We looked carefully at pop-up books.
Then we had a go...
Some have flaps,
some of them slide and...
some of them turn.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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