Wow- what a day we have had in Mozart class today! One of the highlights of the day involved leading our partners around a cold, spooky and abandoned (imaginary) cellar, describing all the things we could feel, hear and see.
This afternoon we investigated how we can control a bulb. We designed our own switches and tested them to see if they worked. We had to know how a switch works to do this. After that, we used an extra wire to switch our lighted bulb off. We found out that this is called a ‘short circuit’.
Mozart class, respond to me please. You can give some ideas to help your classmates with their description of the cellar or explain how a short circuit works. The choice is yours.
Mrs R 🙂