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Class 3: Day 2

October 17, 2012

Sections A, B and C went to the National Science Centre on Tuesday. Through using all the interactive and interesting models all around us at the museum, we drew a picture of our brain, and were able to link all of our senses to different parts of the body we need to use them.

The story of ‘Eklavya’ taught us all about how important the ‘opposable’ thumb is and we had fun thinking of so many things which would be difficult without the thumb. We were very impressed with some of the answers sections A, B and C thought of!

Well done sections A, B and C for being so enthusiastic and well-behaved!

 

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