A thank you from Room 3

Room 3 made some Thank You cards for all the staff in St.Louis who have been working so hard to keep us safe and happy.

Advent cards in Room 3

We were busy making cards as part of our advent activities in Room 3 this week!

Christmas crowns in Room 3

Room 3 made some very creative Christmas crowns this year. Ms.O’Shea was really impressed by all their hard work and imagination!

Riddle challenges in Room 3

We’ve been working through some daily riddle challenges and even making some of our own!

Christmas preparation in Room 3

Room 3 have been very busy getting ready for Christmas!

Advent in Room 3

We’ve been very busy getting ready for advent.  We are particularly enjoying completing our St. Louis Advent Calendar. Today, our advent calendar activity is to compliment someone! Later on, we will try and guess who completed their activity in school!

Learning about the continents in Room 3

We were learning all about continents and oceans this week in Room 3!

SPHE in Room 3

We discussed difficult conversations today in SPHE. We spoke about what might make a conversation difficult and then we ordered conversation scenarios from least to most difficult. We had great fun acting out our scenarios afterwards and trying to guess the right scenario!

Chemical reactions in Room 3

Jhonrave and Rian used a chemical reaction between vinegar and baking soda to inflate a balloon! They mixed baking soda and vinegar inside a bottle and attached a balloon to the top opening of the bottle. When the baking soda and vinegar mixed, they created carbon dioxide. This gas began to expand the bottle and because it had nowhere else to go, it began inflating the balloon too.

More skittles experiments in Room 3

Poppy and Shirley showed us an experiment with skittles and warm water. They separated skittles by their colours. They put two of one colour, three of another and so on into separated containers and soaked them in warm water for a few minutes. Then using a pipette, they gathered up the residue, colour by colour. They began with the colour that they used the most of. Then, they place the colour they used the second most of in and so on. This created a Skittles Rainbow in a jar because the bottom coloured skittle, which had the most skittles, contained the most sugar. So, it was denser and didn’t rise or blend with the less dense skittles above.