Friday, 16 March 2018
One thing we learned was all the different words that are used for sugar: dextrose, syrup, fructose, glucose, lactose, corn syrup...
A highlight was when Isabel was x-rayed and we could all see her digestive system! That helped us to find out how our food is digested and how all the nutrients in our food get into our bloodstream to feed organs like our brain and heart.
|Isabel's Digestive System|
We read the labels on food packaging to find out how much fat, sugar and salt the food contains. We were looking for 10g or less of fat and sugar per 100g, and
400 mg or less of salt per 100g.
Wednesday, 7 March 2018
Thursday, 1 March 2018
Earlier this week Miro and Solly brought two young hedgehogs to the school for everyone to see. They had found them on the road the night before when they were out in the car. One of the hedgehogs had rolled itself into a ball and was rolling along the road to try to get itself out of danger quickly. When the two hedgehogs were in Room 5 they were both asleep, then one of them woke up and we watched as it ate some cat food.
|We all gather round to look at the hedgehogs.|
|The two hedgehogs are sleeping.|
|One hedgehog is eating some cat food.|