Friday, 4 May 2018

Science and Art

We have asked the big question ...

 'How do our senses help us find out about the world?'

This week we have been completing some science/art activities that use our senses. We used the sense of smell and the sense of touch. Enjoy these pictures of some of our journey.

Here we are gluing on top of the pencil copying our name. By Arden

Here is Max C doing his name with glue and copying his name. By Isaac

Here are some people putting the jelly crystals on the glue. By Carter

This is the two blues and me sprinkling on some jelly crystals. By Thomas

Putting the glue on was really hard and putting the jelly crystals was a bit easier. By Ben
During the night little creatures were crawling on our art. By Isabelle


In the morning there were many tiny ants on our art but mostly they liked Isabelle's art. By Max C 

In the afternoon we took a photo of our art because there were ants. By Lucas 

We couldn't keep our art in the classroom because the would be too many ants crawling up the walls and eating our art. By Campbell

We put our amazing photos on the wall. By Charlie

I hope the ants don't eat the photos on the wall! By Esther

I felt excited while doing the art. By Max H
We did some art with stuff outside by rubbing crayons over the paper. By Zara


It was great what rubbing on the concrete and trees looked like. By Lucy

This is my art. I put a leaf under the piece of paper. By Liam

I enjoyed making art from rubbings. By Hailey

This is me rubbing a leaf onto paper. By Cash

Esther is rubbing on a leaf to make her picture. By Bella

I am rubbing a tree on good paper to make my picture. By Cooper

4 comments:

  1. That looks like so much fun I wish I could be there doing it with you.

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  2. I want to do that to it looks really fun I want to do that too and it also looks really yum how did you make it?

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  3. I wish I could do the jelly crystal thing it looked really fun

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  4. Wow Room 2 that looks Amazing! Mrs Olynsma is a Brilliant teacher!

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