Why do we need a skeleton?

Our Science learning this week focused on learning more about our bones and skeleton. We made model skeletons out of dog biscuits and used secondary sources of information such as books and the internet to help improve our models.


Later, on in the week we looked at patterns in science investigating “I wonder if the person who has the biggest hand span can hold the most multi-link.” We learnt that scientists use a scatter-graph as a method of looking at their data to see if there are any patterns.

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Finally, we made art drawings using cotton buds for bones!


Enjoy your weekend.

Mrs Joyce


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    I says:

    Working with you to support my son helped me also to refresh my knowledge in anatomy and physiology. Well done Mrs Joyce, Year 3 team and Year 3 children!


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