In this group activity, students will balance different objects with an equality scale to see how equations work in practice.
In this group activity, students will build their own scale and measure different objects with it, then check their results with a normal scale. The activity will help students reflect upon the use of different measurement tools, their accuracy the concept of measurement units and how to
convert between units.
In this group activity, students will learn about the colours of light by creating colourful spinning wheels using primary colours.
In this group activity, students will experience that our eyes are not always correct through the examination of 2 optical illusions and they will reflect upon the importance of the scientific method.
In this group activity, students will reflect upon density by executing an experiment with different liquids and solids.
In this activity, the teacher will demonstrate how we see colours and help the students reflect upon the fact that we see colours, because objects reflect some colours and absorb others, as well as upon the fact that light energy can be converted into heat energy.
In this group activity, students will identify sources of different types of energy and will reflect upon how the energy types are linked.
In this group activity, students will come up with their own measuring units and reflect upon the conventionality of units of measure and the concept of error in measurements.
In this theatre activity, students in groups will get a celestial body and associate its characteristics to human characteristics and then act out a situation involving the character they have created.
In this group activity, students will reflect upon the concept of proportion and why we use different units to measure.
In this activity, students will better understand how to calculate surfaces and volume by visualising it with the help of cubes.
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