science

Y3 Science – different joints

As Scientists, we investigated how our skeleton provides: protection, support and movement. We found out about the different joints: ball and socket, gliding and hinge. We designed a playground game that had to include movement of all 3 joints. We played these games to keep us fit and healthy!

Y3 Science & Outdoor learning – types of skeletons

As Scientists, Year 3 found out about the different types of skeletons: vertebrates (back bone) and invertebrates (no back bone). These skeleton types were further classified into: endoskeletons (back bone and bones in side body), exoskeletons (no backbone and bones outside of body) and hydrostatic skeletons (no bones). We sorted different different animals into these […]

Y3 Science – food groups

As scientists we found out about the 5 different food groups. We went on a treasure hunt and sorted lots of different foods into the correct food group. We discovered that many foods can fit in more than one food group.

Y3 Science – Food groups

As scientists we investigated the five different food groups: carbohydrates, fats and sugars, dairy, protein and fruit and vegetables. We went on a treasure hunt to find different foods and sort them into the correct group. We discovered that some foods can belong to more than one group.

Y3 Science – Food groups

As part of our new Learning Journey ‘Fantastic Food and Brilliant Bodies’ we found out about the 5 food groups: dairy, protein, carbohydrates, fruit and vegetables and fats and sugars. As scientists, we went on a treasure hunt to find lots of different foods and sort them into the right food group. We discussed how […]