Science experiments during Open Day by Year 5 and Year 6 boys

Elmhurst School for Boys

18th March 2016 | Key Stage 2

Some Year 5 and Year 6 boys carried out their own Science experiments during open day. They found the experiments independently and set them up, demonstrating them to parents and perspective new boys. In year 6 Sidharth had a plasma ball, Neo and Levi built spaghetti structures and Azeem and Michael demonstrated a lemon and tomato battery respectively. In year 5 Akbar made mayonnaise as an example of a colloid, Oscar attempted to build a Doritos volcano, Rohan made mini submarines, Ethan a cloud in a bottle, Krishna a ‘Rocket Mouse’, Joshua demonstrated how sound travels using a coat hanger, Eyliyo used the ramps and his Lego car to talk about friction and Oliver produced carbon dioxide with lemon juice and vinegar.

Click here to view the photos of boys with their experiments

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