Junior B Mixing Matter


Posted by Junior Teachers | Posted in Inquiry | Posted on June 25, 2014

This week we had a special visitor who’s name is Mei, who taught us some experiments.

We learnt about mixing solids and liquids. Sometimes they can make a gas.

‘I had a bottle of bicarbonate soda and water and I had to mix it up to see if it dissolved. Hannah’

‘ I loved when we made sherbert using bicarb soda, citric acid and icing sugar. Declan’

‘I liked when we had to fill up a bottle with white vinegar. We put a balloon on a funnel and put bicarb soda in, and then tipped the soda into the bottle and the balloon blew up! Matthew”

I loved it when Mei made the tablet in the bottle explode. She put a headache tablet and mixed it with water and something else.’ Ben

Here are some pictures about what we did


Mixing Matter on PhotoPeach

Rain Gauges


Posted by Junior Teachers | Posted in Inquiry | Posted on June 15, 2014

Hi Juniors

Last week we make our own rain gauges to see how much it can rain at our school.

We had to write a procedure of ‘how to make a rain gauge’ and then we got to put them outside and hoped that it rained!

We collected rain from one night. How much water did it rain? Have a look at some of our pictures

Science Expo


Posted by Junior Teachers | Posted in Inquiry | Posted on June 11, 2014

Hi everyone,

We are going to have a Science Expo during the last week of Term! You can choose an experiment about water, the weather, the seasons or day and night. Come see me if you want some ideas or have a look at this website.


If anyone else finds a helpful website please comment below!

Miss Buerckner

LSCWC week 6


Posted by Junior Teachers | Posted in Homework | Posted on June 2, 2014

Hi everyone,

We thought it would be nice to have a little mid-term break from homework! So this week we will be writing our spelling words at school so everyone can enjoy an extra long weekend 🙂

set 1

snail. snap, snow, snake, sneeze, snore, snack, sniff, snug, snag

set 2

snooze, snatch, sneaky, snort, snowman, snuggle, snapshot, snore, sneeze, snorkel


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