The Year 1, 2 and 3 classes went to Esplora Interactive Science Centre to discover the science behind certain Christmas wonders. Among other things, students learned how reindeers, like balloons, can fly up into the sky, how some things may seem invisible to us etc… Afterwards, students were given the opportunity to explore some of the educational and interactive exhibits about various scientific topics. These exhibits helped students realize more how science is related to our daily life. Furthermore, students were given an insight on how things actually work,for example; a group of Year 3.2 students created their own animation. The Year 3 students understood better some topics, for example: sound, which had already been covered in class.
It was truly a fun and educational experience! 😊
Submitted by Ms Miranda Cauchi, Yr 3.2 Class Teacher
The students from Year 4.1 went on an outing at Esplora to learn more about Space and its Planets. The children had the opportunity to experience the outer space with interactive shuttles and interactive animated floor.
The Yr 2.1 students of Ms Janice visited the Esplora Science Centre. During their visit the students participated in an interesting Chemistry workshop during which they experimented with colours. The students had time to explore the centre and learn more about various scientific facts.
The Kinder 1.3 students of Ms Camille, together with their LSA, Ms Roseanne, had a great time at the Esplora Science Centre. While visiting this centre, the students had workshops to learn about science. Together they build their own make believe boat and then “sailed” off to their wonder land.
The Kinder 1 students of Ms Joanne spent a wonderful morning exploring the wonders of science at Esplora. This science centre povides a number of activities which sets the mind these young students to ask questions why things happen they way they do.