Week three science – an opportunity to learn about the native flowers which grow along our countryside verges.
Imagine seeing these beautiful Easter Trees around Llanidloes. One of our families have been busy learning about a tradition from Austria and Germany. If you are lucky to have a garden, or countryside to enjoy during your daily exercise, why not gather some of the beautiful offerings of Spring flowers and bring them into your… Read more »
Can you beat Mrs Stead’s score? This chocolate rabbit began a 6m journey with a speed of 22 seconds. With a bit of modification to reduce friction, it reached a distance of 6m in 4 seconds! Can you beat this speed? You will need to choose a zipwire material – I used rough garden twine,… Read more »
Take a peek at our local Osprey nest. The Osprey arrived yesterday all the way from Gambia – can you locate that on a world map? Here’s a challenge – which countries do you think the Osprey flew over to arrive here at the Clywedog? This Osprey is 8 years old. Which year was she… Read more »
STEM activity for home schooling primary school kids : global warming and simulating icebergs melting and sea levels. You will need: 1. 3 small containers of equal size (eg Chinese takeaway tubs) that you can fill with water and freeze overnight2. A large washing up bowl or, even better, a see through large plastic tub 3…. Read more »
Some suggested activities for children in Year 3/4 during the period of school closure.
Rod Evans visited Llanidloes Primary School last week to share what’s in a Shelterbox with KS2 pupils. This charity sends boxes to displaced people all around the globe. They may be suffering from war or natural disasters. The boxes provide food, shelter, warmth, water purification and cooking facilities for those in need. Year 3/4 hope… Read more »