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Week 6 . Always a favourite , spaghetti and marshmallow towers and dominoes. 

Spaghetti and marshmallow towers

Week 5 tower building and pentominoes 

Towers and pentominoes

Week 4 Robotic hands.

Robotic hands

Super hands

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Week 3 Group 2

This week' s challenge was the old favourite moving the sticks to make new shapes. Lots of trial and error and certainly persistence needed. 

Lollipop challenge

Week 2 Group 2 

The bridge challenge result. We have a winner ......

Week 1 Group 2 

The bridge challenge, over 2 weeks, the task to build a bridge to support a cup and blocks. We looked at different designs and discussed shapes that are used. Materials to be used are straws, string, tape and paper clips. Lots of thinking and discussing took place. Take a look next week to see who succeeded in the challenge. 

The design stage

Week 6

A festive Physics challenge. Rudolph rockets powered by balloons and Newton’s laws of motion. Excellent fun and  the children were very competitive. Merry Christmas .

Rudolph rockets

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Paper Chain Challenge week 5

Week 1 and 2 

The challenge this week was to make a bridge from straws that would hold a cup and 10 multi link blocks. This took a lot of trial and error. However nobody gave up and each group succeeded. Some engineers in the making.

Straw bridges

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Week 3.

Marshmallow challenge this week . The teams used spaghetti and marshmallows to design a structure . They recognised that triangles are the most sturdy shape. There were many variations and methods and not one marshmallow was consumed by the children in the process !

Marshmallow and spaghetti structures

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Year 2 Week 4 

This  week's challenge was 2 fold. The first was a maths, shape challenge. Move 3 lollipops to create another 5 squared shape. How many shapes did they make? Lots of different methods and attempts. The second part was an engineering challenge. To build the tallest lollipop and peg tower. The skills needed were definitely persistence, co-operation, discussion and a steady hand. 

Take a look at the photos of our super STEM team.

Lollipop challenges

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