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Learning about bones

Posted: 15th October 2014 | Category: Year 3

“On Monday at 2.35pm we were put in groups of 3 by Ms Henry. She got out some ordinary dog biscuits and we were very surprised. We started creating our group skeleton with the bones. It was in the Science room, we were all excited. Then it looked like our skeleton came to life, they all looked fantastic. We had finished the practice for the day. They looked amazing. On Tuesday it was time to do it properly. We stuck and glued and got very messy. We learnt about different parts of the body while having lots of fun. My favourite bones are the rib cage and spine. “

By Matilda Chapman Year 3


 

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