British Science week in Pearl Class

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This week is British Science Week and on Thursday we carried out an investigation to find out whether appearance of fruit and vegetables affects taste. The children came up with the question 'Do wonky fruit and vegetables taste as good as perfect fruit and vegetables?' We looked at wonky fruit and vegetables and discussed the advantages and disadvantages of these. The children designed an investigation with a clear aim, prediction, method, results and conclusion. To our surprise many of the children preferred the taste of the wonky fruits and vegetables! The children are making posters for homework this week to enter the British Science Week competition.

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