STEM

Perfect Night In Results

Perfect Night In Results

And the winner is… Over 450 people completed my ‘Perfect Night In’ survey which was for my #MathsWeekScotland homework.  I had replies from as far away as America and Australia and all my class filled it out too! Thank you so much to everyone that helped and here are

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Perfect Night In Survey

Perfect Night In Survey

What makes your perfect night in? That’s what I’m going to find out for my homework…   So will it be Wonder Woman joining you for pizza? Maybe you chose Superman to sit and watch a movie  with, while eating popcorn, sweeties and strawberries!   Thanks for taking

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Soyuz Spacecraft

Soyuz Spacecraft

Tim Peake came back to our planet in the Soyuz Descent Module. It had orbited the globe, separated from the ISS, re-entered earth’s atmosphere and landed in Kazakhstan.  Now it was in the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh and that’s where I went to see it…  It

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Roald Dahl Day

Roald Dahl Day

It’s the 13th of September – that means only one thing… Roald Dahl Day! So here I am, Beastly Hornswoggler, wait a minute – WHO?  Well after a bit of ‘gobblefunk’ that turned out to be my Roald Dahl name! Anyway, with a copy of ‘George‘s Marvellous Experiments‘ I got from

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The Waggonway

The Waggonway

Underneath the surface of Cockenzie Harbour are the remains of Scotland’s first railway and The Big Dig 2017 team and members of the community joined in the digging at this archaeological event. I would have had a go but the rain (as you know in Scotland we’re famous for

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Rain & Rivers – The Water Cycle

Rain & Rivers - The Water Cycle

Without water there would be no life on Earth, so it’s a good thing that our planet has almost 3/4 of its surface covered by the stuff!  It’s constantly on the move, we even have a name for it, THE WATER CYCLE. Have a look at my video to find

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Beetles At The Book Festival

Beetles At The Book Festival

Ok so who knew Bombardier Beetles blasted HOT acid out of their butts or that those pretty little spotty Ladybirds are not quite as innocent as they look…  I’ll tell you, M.G. Leonard knows – and she knows way more about beetles than that, as I found out today at The Edinburgh

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Minecraft Art

Minecraft Art

I now have Photoshop installed on my computer My Dad showed me how to use Photoshop and we practiced by drawing Minecraft figures – it was really fun! Here are my pictures:   To make the pictures I copied some Minecraft figures I have. I learned how to

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Making Salt

Making Salt

Evaporation: Separating Salt From Seawater   Stage One: Collecting The Seawater I went to my favourite beach and filled a 750ml bottle with seawater.  I got quite wet!!!   Stage Two: Filtering The Water To get the purest salt possible, we filtered the seawater through a Liz Earle muslin cloth (over the

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Life Cycle Of A Fly

Life Cycle Of A Fly

  The House Fly    Life Cycle- From Eggs To Adult I made this collage to show the four main stages in the life cycle of a house fly. Eggs – the female can lay 150 eggs at a time, over a few days she will do this 5

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