THE UNIVERSE

Volcanoes



Here is a photo of the volcano we used in class to do an experiment. It's made of flour, water and salt and has a plastic bottle incorporated so that you can add liquids. We put some coloured water in the bottle, then added a few drops of washing up liquid and two tablespoons of bicarbonate of soda. Finally we added some vinegar. It really started to fizz and then erupted just like a real volcano! Why don't you try making one?







Volcanoes
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The Rock Cycle

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Rocks

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Earth's Layers  

Evolution of Earth  

The Earth, Sun and Moon  

Revolution and Rotation This is a mini-project we did for Science in order to learn about the layers of the Earth. They are all from the same photocopy but each one turned out completely different!
 Click on this picture to go to a page where you can learn more about the planets and the universe:   CONSTELLATIONS Have you ever wondered why the flag for the Community of Madrid has seven stars?
Well, as in 5th year Science we're currently on the topic of the Universe, I thought you would be interested to know that they represent the seven stars which form the Ursa Major constellation, also known as the Big Dipper or Great Bear. This is visible above the Sierra de Guadarrama during most of the year.
The five points of the stars represent the five provinces that border Madrid: Toledo, Ávila, Segovia, Guadalajara and Cuenca.

7 comments :

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  3. The National Geographic video is so cool!

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  4. The "introduction to cells"video is very pretty, but I say it here because I couldn't comment it in it's proper page

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