Room 8 Kirklandneuk

Sunday, 19 June 2011

Visit to the Glasgow Science Centre

Primary 3B made a very successful visit to the Glasgow Science Centre last week and as you can see from the pictures a lot of learning was taking place.

We had a lesson on the journey of food through the body and discovered that our intestines are over 7 metres long! Here we are being the muscles that push the food through the intestines.

We also went into the planetarium and lay back on our seats to watch the night skies. We saw lots of constellations and discovered that the sun is our nearest star.

There were lots of other things to see in the main hall – even an Alice in Wonderland section where everything was not quite what it seemed!

Air pressure pushes the balloon up!

Water pressure pushes the water along!  

Weighing each other.


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