Today, Tuesday 10th November 2020, is World Science Day! Take a look at what we did to celebrate!
Here is a link if you would to find out more about World Science Day: https://en.unesco.org/commemorations/worldscienceday
We carried out the Magic Milk experiment and we absolutely loved seeing the colours make designs! This is a perfect experiment to try at home too.
We also researched a black scientist and our chosen scientist was Mae Jemison. She was the first African American woman to go into space! Not only that, but Mae Jemison is also a doctor, teacher and inventor, as well as being an astronaut! She is such an incredible role model for working hard & never giving up on our dreams, we felt so inspired!
We imagined that we met Mae Jemison in real life and we had some questions for her:
- How did it feel floating in the rocket?
- How did you feel being chosen to go into space?
- Was it hard work to become a doctor, astronaut, teacher & inventor?
- Was it fun in the rocket?
- Do you enjoy being an astronaut?
We created information posters about Mae Jemison, well done to:
Monroe, Anastasia, Primrose & Ephratah
If you want to learn more about Mae Jemison, follow these links:
She even has a childrens book about her!