What an incredible performance from all of the children in Key Stage 1!
Amazing job everyone!
This week we have had fun measuring how tall we are using wool, rulers and metre sticks. Children lay on the floor to be measured or stood against a wall. We had to try and be accurate with the measuring and record our results carefully. Lots of fun on a Friday afternoon in school!
Children had to make four ‘flying fish’ using different types and thickness of paper. Using their amazing measuring, drawing and cutting skills, children had to use a ruler to take their measurements.
With a timer, we recorded how long it took each paper fish to fall to the floor after dropping from the top of the spiral staircase! We all very sensible and listened carefully to all the instructions.
Results are in! The card flying fish that were made of the thickest material was the quickest material to drop, 3 seconds. The tissue paper fish, which was made of the thinnest material, took the longest time to float down, 6 seconds. Great team work 2B!