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Week beginning 13.3.23

This week is science week, with lots of fun science activities to explore. The theme this year is 'connections' in line with British Science Week.

The Tea Dunking Experiment

Having a cup of tea with biscuits is one of our favourite things at Fun Science! But we all know how annoying it is when the biscuits go soggy when dunked in the tea (or any warm drink lovers out there). For that reason, we’ve come up with a tea dunking experiment.

You will need:

  • A cup filled up with warm tap water. The water shouldn’t be boiling for safety.
  • A biscuit to dunk


  • Dip half of the biscuit in the warm water for one second, then remove it.
  • Repeat this step with the same biscuit until it becomes soggy and starts to crumble. 
  • How many times do you need to dunk the biscuit?


  • We used digestive biscuits and found that the first dunk made the biscuit wet and the second dunk made it crumble.

Wildlife Faces

We had a look at images of wildlife faces cut in half along the line of symmetry. The children matched the halves of the animals and talked about their features-fur, feathers, beaks, antlers, legs, paws, hooves. We had a go at naming animal body parts. 

Nature Detectives

We went on a wildlife hunt in our outside area. We wondered if we would see any lions, giraffes and crocodiles, but we didn't see any. Instead we found a hidden world where worms, slugs, spiders and insects live under logs and amongst the leaves. We also saw some birds which flew away into the sky when we got too close!

When I grow up...

We had a look at some pictures of babies and children and talked about how we have changed. We thought about what we could do as a baby, what we can do now and what we might be able to do as we get older.

Happy Mothers' Day

Thank you to Mrs Warren and Mrs Ingham who helped the children to paint portraits of their mums for Mothers' Day-mums, you all look absolutely stunning and we hope you have a lovely day on Sunday!