3rd Class Room 12

Science Trip to Stratford June 9, 2011

Filed under: 3rd class,Science — msobrien @ 1:27 pm

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Chicks in Room 12 April 13, 2011

Filed under: 3rd class,Science,SESE — msobrien @ 9:25 am

The chicks have finally arrived in Room 12. One chick came to visit our class this morning. Here are some photos. If you want to find out more information on the chicks you can click this link to St. Clare’s Radio or visit the fourth class blog .

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Science Visit – Dr. Senge January 31, 2011

Filed under: Science,SESE — msobrien @ 4:47 pm

Check out our photos and reports on the science visit from Dr. Senge from Trinity College Dublin.

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Last Wednesday, our class went to Mr. Kelly’s class. There was a man called Dr. Senge. He made ice cream and he had a really cold liquid chemical. He put a banana in a bowl of water and it froze solid in a minute. Then he brought us outside and he made a bowl go on fire. It was very cool. He also made a volcano. The other classes were there too and Mr. Kelly’s class made volcanoes with Dr. Senge.

By B.

Yesterday a man came in to show us how to make ice cream.  It was easy to do it. There were 5 groups .Dr Senge had a very cold liquid chemical.  We made ice cream.  We got to eat it. Then he took us outside and then we saw him make a volcano and some fire works.  Then he made some little bits of metal disappear.  It was fun and very good.

By E.


Minibeasts Exhibition December 16, 2010

Filed under: 3rd class,Science,SESE — msobrien @ 2:25 pm

Today we got to take part in a minibeasts exhibition in the hall. Some lucky students got to be helpers and hold the not so mini beasts.

Check out the photos below.

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We learnt about the Harlequin ladybird and how it  is invading Ireland. Click the link below to read more about this type of ladybird and why we don’t want it in Ireland.


We also had some fun in class making ‘Superbugs’. Click the link below to make your own Superbug.