We have been studying all things ELECTRICITY! First, we had to go through some safety information before we started constructing our own circuits. We managed to identify what was needed for a bulb within a circuit to light. Our first circuit making lesson, we just used one bulb, one cell and 2 wires and we managed to make the bulb light. In our next lesson, it was a little bit trickier, we had to make 2 bulbs light.. but only using 1 cell. We observed that the bulbs were dimmer. We then added another cell, and the bulb became brighter!
During Autumn term, we have been studied vertebrates, finding out about their characteristics:
As well as this, we have also identified invertebrates and found out lots of interesting facts about them.
Did you know...
Worms have no eyes! Instead, they have receptor cells in their skin that are sensitive to light and touch!