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Science

Those caterpillars just keep on growing!

The solar system is fascinating...

Have you ever had a really good think about teeth?

Have you noticed how trees change with the seasons?

It's amazing what you can spot when it's been raining...

Y1 ( and their brothers and sisters) have been studying animals this week...

Y3 are loving the flowering plants topic - particularly when it means they get to dissect flowers!

Y3 love studying fossils

Y1 (and their brothers and sisters) have been learning about the oceans and the creatures that live in them...

I'm forever blowing bubbles...

We do love all creatures great and small...how about learning about bees?

Our caterpillars (much further down the page!) are now butterflies!

A microscope is such a wonderful tool for scientists to really get a good look at what they're studying!

Lots of you have been taking an interest in space recently...

Y1 are looking at plants...

Y3 are studying the different parts of a flower...

Y5 are learning about growth and reproduction...

Planning healthy meals can be quite scientific. Do you know what foods would be carbohydrates / proteins etc?

Watching caterpillars turn into butterflies really is amazing - as a number of you have been discovering...

Has anyone else tried making their own perfume?

Some of you have been collecting tadpoles. This is the time they start turning into froglets and then...frogs!

Have you noticed how many beautiful birds are around at the moment?

The Solar System's fascinating.

It can be fun investigating materials. Which would you use to make a waterproof shelter?

A few of you have been looking into life cycles. Has anyone else got some caterpillars which they're hoping are going to turn into butterflies?

Has anyone else created a 'Lava Bomb Explosion?'

Lots of you have been carrying out some fun investigations using whatever you can find at home. Why don't you tell us what you've discovered...?

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