When it was time to gather our results in Year 4, we couldn’t wait to take the eggs out of the liquids and inspect them. Lots of questions followed and we had an interesting discussion about what might have caused the different colours and textures.
Year 4 children used impressive scientific vocabulary to explain their experiment. They spoke about independent, dependent and controlled variables. Super scientists Y4!
Year 4 have been working scientifically this week. They identified all the variables which needed to be controlled so that they could reliably test the effects of different liquids on egg shells. We definitely having some budding scientists in the class! Well done everyone!
Last week, for Anti Bullying Week, Year 4 learnt about Nelson Mandela and his fight for equality. After being inspired by Mandela’s description of South Africa as a ‘Rainbow Nation’, we produced this amazing, whole class piece of artwork. Very impressive Year 4!
Look at some of the amazing art work Year Four have produced this week! They looked at the shapes of leaves and other clippings and arranged parts carefully to build an image. These are fantastic and so imaginative…well done all!!
Year Four have been studying how Andy Goldsworthy uses colour to represent changes in nature. They spent time looking closely at the hues of different leaves and then arranged them to create colour graduation. Fantastic artwork Year Four!!
We have produced our very own comics this week in Year Four. The children worked hard planning and sketching out their ideas before experimenting with shapes, fonts and photography filters….all with the added bonus of a safety message too, just in time for Bonfire Night!
Christmas came a little early in Year 4 today. The children have had lots of fun using vocabulary to colour, and have worked hard on making their Christmas card competition entries as perfect as possible!
We are looking forward to seeing the finished products a little nearer to the holidays