Last week we did a heart dissection of a pig in the lab .Dr Lázaro and some students of 3ESO were the monitors who helped us to do the dissection.
We learned about Vena Cava, valves, Atrium and Aorta, the body´s largest artery in our body.
We used scalpels to dissect the heart . Some of them were even bleeding!!
It was really interesting and we had fun while learning so we want to thank Dr Lázaro and the students for that fantastic experience together!
This week Quimet the scientist has come to visit us once again!
First, he challenged us. We had to think, make hypothesis and comparisons.
The P3 children worked on dissolutions. They mixed water with different elements and observed what happened in each case.
The P4 pupils experimented with the “chromatography” and discovered the great variety of pigments that form the colours.
In P5 we worked on the paper level of absorption with watered paint. We could observe that mixing primary colours we can get many different secondary colours.
We had so much fun!
In third primary we are doing a project about The Romans, and paying special attention to their footwear and noticing that we dress similar to them today. It has been good fun to see the different togas and styles of other clothes they wore.
In 1st Primary we have already started our second project. We are learning a lot about animals, we have taken photographs and information from books,magazines etc and comprised our own scrapbook, where we can keep everything.
Every day our expertise grows.
The students of 5th primary went on an excursion to Cornella. We visited the Museum of Mathematics in Catalonia (MMACA). This museum is in the park of Can Mercader.
We did two activities:
In a place inside the museum we enjoyed ourselves doing maths with our hands, and although it doesn’t look like it you can play with maths.
The other activity we did was construct Leonardo Da Vinci’s Dome. It seemed strange what we could make with some wooden sticks, it was like magic, when we had finshed building it everyone could go inside.
We very much enjoyed doing maths with our hands.