Board Games

December 4th, 2018 | Posted by Mr Bennett in IPC - (10 Comments)

Below, add a comment to tell the class your favourite board game which has an electric component.

Write in the comments below your question along with the answer.

Entry Point

September 10th, 2018 | Posted by Mr Bennett in IPC - (0 Comments)

Have a go at some of these games:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/games

http://www.nick.co.uk/

http://mariokartgames.info/super-mario-kart/

Which games do you like? Why?

World War 2 Clothes

January 17th, 2018 | Posted by Mr Bennett in IPC | Learning - (0 Comments)

Explorers Show

December 18th, 2017 | Posted by Mr Bennett in IPC | Learning - (0 Comments)

Google Earth

November 20th, 2017 | Posted by Mr Bennett in IPC | Learning - (12 Comments)

WALT – find out about places using google earth.

Use the link below to open google earth. Add a comment below explaining what you have seen.

https://earth.google.com/web/

Can you find your house? Does it look as you expect? Can you spot your car?

Can you find our school? Our classroom?

Can you find a place you would like to go on holiday? What does it look like?

Electricity

January 31st, 2017 | Posted by Talia in IPC | Learning - (0 Comments)

                                                          Electricity

 

This term we have been learning about electricity! We have been learning about electromagnets, electromagnets can be found on doorbells headphones and much more every day things. From playing a game on the smartboard we have learnt that there is two different types of electricity, a negative and a positive. Then we started learning about lightning and we painted a picture with some tall buildings and lightning coming down on them. Electricity travels at the speed of light. Electricity can be made from wind animal poop and much more! Here are some facts.

1.Do not fiddle with plugs.

  1. Electricity is very dangerous.

3.Lightning is electricity.

  1. Electricity can’t flow through wood.
  2. Power cuts mean there is no electricity.

6.you can turn electricity off.

  1. Electricity can make fires.

8. Green means that a charger has finished charging a battery.

By Talia and Susan

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