A rectilinear shape has a perimeter of 48cm. What could the shape look like?
Team LG have been fab citizens today, ensuring patrol crossings are programmed correctly for the safety of other school children.
We created and conducted an experiment to test how distance impacts on sound. We came up with the idea of lining up on the school field whilst Miss Bates was stood close to us. She pressed a buzzer and we recorded the number of the children who could hear the buzzer. For each trial, Miss Bates stood at a different distance from us to see if this impacted on the number of people who could hear the sound. We ensured that we made it a fair test by using the same buzzer throughout, moving 2m away for each trial and ensuring that the same children took part in all trials. We concluded that the further distance, the less children who could hear the buzzer.
Whilst creating sketch maps of our local town, we met up with one of our local police officer, PC Powell.
Team LG completed the Hour of Code in today's lesson. They had fun programming different games, despite coming across a few difficulties and problems that needed debugging.
Today in Science we looked at the reaction that takes place when mentos are placed in a diet coke bottle. The explosion was amazing!
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