Year 3 have been enjoying their Science lessons this term learning about the Skeleton.
We have learnt some scientific names for human bones and then compared these to animal bones. We really enjoyed observing some wriggly worms, which have hydrostatic skeletons. We watched them carefully and wrote down what we noticed about the way they moved. Having no bones in their body helps them with their flexibility when they move around in the soil. Ask us all about it!