Today we created another toy that flies. Again there was a lot of science behind it. Unfortunately we didn't get any photos or video of this afternoon's learning but the video below shows what we did and the science behind it.
We kicked this off this afternoon with one of many examples of toys that fly. The tumble glider results from a simple bit of paper folding to shape a wing that tumbles as it gently descends to the ground. By walking behind it with a large, flat object, an updraft is created to keep it aloft.
Have a go at this at home. Much better than a fidget spinner because you have made it yourself. Remember to make sharp creases.
Thoroughly impressed with a large number of these. Some staff even offered to buy one. Can you guess which one?
Panthers. Ready, steady, bake. Make these at home with this easy recipe.
Oasis come from the same area as Lowry. This is a lovely music video showing scenes similar to Lowry's paintings.
This film is designed to encourage children to use the equipment on the playground correctly. It also shows the frustrations that young learners go through and how we, as older children in school, can help our younger peers.
We're a class of year 3/4 children from Kenninghall in Norfolk.