Here are a few snapshots that students took of each other presenting at our recent Science Fair. The children were fantastic presenters and got better and better as the time went on. In the end they were making people who were coming to visit make predictions about what they though would happen when they re-did the experiment and then asked further questions about what might happen if one of the variables were changed. Great learning
"What do you think will happen when we turn on the hair dryer?"
"What object will go the highest?"
"What would happen if we used a different setting on the hair dryer?"
"This is how we made a paper areoplane..."
"What would happen if we used different paper?"
"What would happen if we made smaller/bigger planes?"
"What do you think will happen to the duvet when we turn the fan on?"
"What would happen if someone was inside it?"
"What would happen if Mrs G's phone was on-top of it?"
"What would happen if the hole around the fan was bigger?"
"What will happen when we let the balloon go?"
"Does it matter how much air is inside the balloon?"
"Does it matter where we attach the balloon?"