Happy New Year – It’s science time!

Is it ‘living’, ‘no longer living’ (dead) or ‘has never lived’?

These are the questions we have been asking ourselves in Science this week.  Rowan Class were set the challenge of finding items in our playground that would fit into these three categories.  We decided that the plants and bushes with roots in the soil were ‘living’; the wood of the Tower was ‘no longer living’ – ask us what it was before it became our Tower; and that the plastic hoop had never lived. [We’ll save the oil refinery process for another year!]

Have a look at home.  Which category do items where you live fall under?

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