This year, we have had some sad times together and some happy times. We have laughed together, looked after each other, and trusted each other. Seeing rainbows around school and at times, high in the sky when we have been in the playground has made us feel happy and given us hope.
Today, I thought you might like to make your own rainbow, to remind yourself about how well you have all done and the huge journey you have made this year, with your learning! You have all been fabulous and made a huge journey, as far as a rainbow can reach!
Did you know that you can make your own rainbow?
For this experiment, you will need:
The material used to make kitchen roll has lots of small holes in it. Water is soaked up (absorbed) through the kitchen roll and begins to move upwards, like a chain. Water is made up from 'molecules', which you will learn more about in another class. The first 'molecule' in water sticks to the paper and then pulls up the next water molecule with it. Try out this experiment and see if you can make the water grow up and make a rainbow.
What to do: