Kia ora whānau,
We are now nearing the end of Term 3 and we are so happy to be enjoying the lovely Spring weather!
- Environmental factors can change how an object moves (e.g. wind, moving down a ramp or rough surface etc.), as can changing the materials or shape of an object.
Forces include pushes, pulls and twists.
Air can be used to create a push (e.g., a leaf blower) or pull (e.g., a vacuum) force.
Friction is another force that can slow things down. Wheels help overcome friction.
- Scientists complete more than one test of a design or experiment to make sure their findings are accurate and can be trusted. Scientists record their results.
Library Visits Next Term
- Monday 16th October 1:25-2:50pm = Anna R
Tuesday 17th October 1:25-2:50pm = Anna M
Wednesday 18th October 1:25-2:50pm = Rowe
Tuesday 24th October 1:25-2:50pm = Charlotte
Wednesday 25th October 1:25-2:50pm = Nick