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Science and the Wow Factor

Discussion in 'Primary' started by HannaW, Jan 3, 2012.

  1. Hi, this term the topic I am teaching is 'Science' anything and everything science based.
    At the beginning of each new topic we always decorate our classrooms to reflect the topic that we are learning about e.g. last term we did Charlie and the Chocolate Factory so we turned our classroom in a chocolate factory.
    As the topic of science is so big I am a little stuck for ideas??
    The idea is that it gives the topic a bit of a wow factor and gives the children a context for learning...I was thinking along the lines of turning the classroom into a science lab but not quite sure how to achieve it.
    It is a year 5/6 class so all very able to assist in the making of resources etc.
    Any inspirational ideas to get the topic off with a bang would be very appreciated


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