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Under the sea science

Discussion in 'Primary' started by orchid77, Jan 31, 2011.

  1. Hi everyone, I've got to do an Under the sea science lesson and have had a mental block :( We've already done:
    -Floating and sinking
    -Waterproof materials
    -Facts about an Octopus written on each of their 8 legs
    -Sharks
    -Crustaceans
    -Whales (how big they are with meter sticks in the playground etc)

    Its a Year 1 class....help??
     
  2. Hi everyone, I've got to do an Under the sea science lesson and have had a mental block :( We've already done:
    -Floating and sinking
    -Waterproof materials
    -Facts about an Octopus written on each of their 8 legs
    -Sharks
    -Crustaceans
    -Whales (how big they are with meter sticks in the playground etc)

    Its a Year 1 class....help??
     
  3. inq

    inq

    We linked it with light - we had the question - how do fish see underwater?
    We looked at how we need light to be able to see (standing in a very dark stock cupboard with the light off and looking into a shoebox with an octopus in it through a very small hole and a covered flap in the lid and then lifting the flap) and going on to does ligh go through all materials. We then discovered ligh doesn't go through all materials but it did go through water so fish can see.
     

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