- Why do we not all have the same size feet?
- Why do we all have different-coloured eyes?
- Why do we all have different features?
- Why do we sleep at different times?
- What might it feel like to be in someone else's body or mind?
- Why do we all have different voices?
- Why are some people shorter and others taller?
- Why don't we all have the same brain?
Science: Pattern seeking
As part of our unit about skeletons and muscles, we built on our observations about similarities in human skeletons to ask questions about how we, as humans, might be different. Questions we came up with included:
Art: Observational drawing
We are continuing to work with Liz, one of our art specialists in school. This week, we started a new piece of work. First, we are making observational drawings of our collection of objects before starting to work with collage. Here are some of our initial drawings.
This week in History, we have been discussing the question: Why were the Romans successful in conquering Britain? After researching the Roman army, we discovered that it was because they were a well-trained, well-protected, precise military machine with organised battle plans and superior armour and weaponry.