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We have covered three eggs in vinegar...

What will happen? Wait until next session to find out...

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The Great Egg Drop!

 

Well done to everyone who's egg did not crack on impact.

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This week, we watched the reaction as we dipped washing up liquid into milk (with food colouring). The washing up liquid made the fat disperse making exciting patterns.

Then, we added a little baking powder to our oranges!

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This week, we made our own lava lamps!

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This week, our challenge was to build a bridge from paper that would hold the most weight.  
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We mixed cornflour and water together to create a substance that looks like a liquid but when you move it and roll it, it becomes a solid!

We mixed cornflour and water together to create a substance that looks like a liquid but when you move it and roll it, it becomes a solid! 1
We mixed cornflour and water together to create a substance that looks like a liquid but when you move it and roll it, it becomes a solid! 2
We mixed cornflour and water together to create a substance that looks like a liquid but when you move it and roll it, it becomes a solid! 3
We mixed cornflour and water together to create a substance that looks like a liquid but when you move it and roll it, it becomes a solid! 4
We mixed cornflour and water together to create a substance that looks like a liquid but when you move it and roll it, it becomes a solid! 5
We mixed cornflour and water together to create a substance that looks like a liquid but when you move it and roll it, it becomes a solid! 6
We mixed cornflour and water together to create a substance that looks like a liquid but when you move it and roll it, it becomes a solid! 7
We mixed cornflour and water together to create a substance that looks like a liquid but when you move it and roll it, it becomes a solid! 8
We mixed cornflour and water together to create a substance that looks like a liquid but when you move it and roll it, it becomes a solid! 9
We mixed cornflour and water together to create a substance that looks like a liquid but when you move it and roll it, it becomes a solid! 10
We mixed cornflour and water together to create a substance that looks like a liquid but when you move it and roll it, it becomes a solid! 11
We mixed cornflour and water together to create a substance that looks like a liquid but when you move it and roll it, it becomes a solid! 12

We tested which liquids caused a reaction when mixed with Bicabonate Soda. We found lemon juice and vinegar caused the best reactions. Some of the children suggested that this happened because they are acidic!

We tested which liquids caused a reaction when mixed with Bicabonate Soda.  We found lemon juice and vinegar caused the best reactions.  Some of the children suggested that this happened because they are acidic! 1
We tested which liquids caused a reaction when mixed with Bicabonate Soda.  We found lemon juice and vinegar caused the best reactions.  Some of the children suggested that this happened because they are acidic! 2
We tested which liquids caused a reaction when mixed with Bicabonate Soda.  We found lemon juice and vinegar caused the best reactions.  Some of the children suggested that this happened because they are acidic! 3
We tested which liquids caused a reaction when mixed with Bicabonate Soda.  We found lemon juice and vinegar caused the best reactions.  Some of the children suggested that this happened because they are acidic! 4
We tested which liquids caused a reaction when mixed with Bicabonate Soda.  We found lemon juice and vinegar caused the best reactions.  Some of the children suggested that this happened because they are acidic! 5
We tested which liquids caused a reaction when mixed with Bicabonate Soda.  We found lemon juice and vinegar caused the best reactions.  Some of the children suggested that this happened because they are acidic! 6
We tested which liquids caused a reaction when mixed with Bicabonate Soda.  We found lemon juice and vinegar caused the best reactions.  Some of the children suggested that this happened because they are acidic! 7
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