Science week has, quite literally, started with a bang this morning with the Mr G’s Science Show. The children, and adults, were treated to amazing science. Mr G turned an ordinary coin into gold, fired smoke rings at us, knocking plastic cups off the teachers’ heads, and baffled us all with his heavy and light rice.
We remained as quiet as mice while Mr G made the largest bubble he could. One slight sound and it popped.
We used static energy by rubbing a balloon on our heads to make a tin can move. Some of us created more static than others.
We learnt how the pupils in our eyes really see things – upside down!
Isla generated a great deal of static. I bet you wish you brought a comb in to school.
Mr Quint and Mrs Maguire were highly confused by the direction of sounds when wearing this contraption on their heads.