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Year 3 Science March 2, 2009

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Year 3 ScienceYear 3 have been learning about how to help plants grow well.  We wanted to learn about the purpose of the stem.  The children put a white flower and a stick of celery into a cup of red coloured water and waited to see what happened!

Year 3 Science

Year 3 Science

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8 Responses to “Year 3 Science”

  1. Mr Gauld Says:

    Wow! I can’t believe that those are the same flowers! They were white this morning! How did that happen – would somebody be able to show us this in assembly and explain what happened?

  2. keely Says:

    I really liked doing that lesson.

  3. keely Says:

    I cant belive that the sten on the flower sucked the food coloring up WOW! and the tubes at the botton of the celery that was really good.

  4. reece williams Says:

    This class is fab to be able to grow flowers I cant 🙂

  5. Aline Says:

    Cool that is amazing. 😀

  6. saskia Says:

    i loved doing that science activity i liked the way the food colouring went up the flower wow

  7. igor Says:

    this was amazing and cool.I cant beleve that plant can get red.

  8. megan mc Says:

    i really like that lesson too it was fantastic


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