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Practically Perfect Potions - HOMEWORK 6

WARNING LABEL - Alice's Potion Bottle - 01/03/2019

 

Today, we decided we would help Alice make more sensible decisions by designing a WARNING label for her potion bottle. In the text, the potion bottle only says 'DRINK ME', and this could be very dangerous if you do not know what is in there.

 

Our warning labels now say:

What ingredients are in the bottle;

What effect the potion should have on you;

How you consume the potion (or if you pour it over your head!)

and shows important 'hazard symbols' that instantly show dangers.

WARNING label for Alice's potion bottle - 01/03/2019

Testing viscosity of liquids - 28/02/2019

 

We used ramps and utilised the tyres by the field to test the speed at which different liquids move. We predicted that tomato ketchup would move the slowest out of all liquids in the experiment. 

 

The results were as follows, from SLOWEST to the fastest:

 

Tomato sauce

Golden syrup

Double cream

Washing up liquid

Lemonade

Testing viscosity of liquids - 27-02-2019

P.E - Stuck in the 'pose' - 27/02/2019

Engaging with Alice in Wonderland - 26-02-2019

 

Today, we tried to find the connection between objects dotted around the classroom. We had pictures of jam tarts, cards, a picture of a girl in a blue dress, and a hat. We eventually connected the dots to find that they all linked to Alice in Wonderland.

 

 

In the story, Alice took a 'potion' that made her shrink to only 15 inches so she could fit through a tiny door. The children acted out the scene on the field (as the weather was lovely) and thoroughly enjoyed engaging with the story.

Engaging with Alice in Wonderland - 26-02-2019

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