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November 

We have carried on looking at our circulatory system, especially our heart rate. We carried out our own heart rate investigation trying to work out when ours would be at our highest. Why not ask them what our findings were?

 

We also carried out a pattern seeking investigation. We had to match up the heart rates to the correct animal or human. We also made some statements about what we found. 

Thursday 15th October 2020

Last month we started a topic all about our circulatory system. Today we made our own blood. We mixed each component separately to help us understand each one and what their job is. 

 

Why not not ask your child about the four components and their jobs?

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