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Bone Day at the University of Sheffield

  • 23rd Jun, 2017 at 12:09pm

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  • Peter
    6th Jul, 2017 at 6:14pmm

    On the 21st of June Year3 went on a tram to the University of Sheffield . We learned about bones. There where bat bones, leopard bones, flamingo bones, mammoth bones and ape bones and others. The one with the biggest skull was the mammoth. I learnt that bones need calcium and protein to grow healthy and strong. Under the bones of the ostrich there was it’s huge egg. The egg was protected by glass. There was even beautiful coral. At lunch time we had a picnic outside on grass. When we finished the meal we played tag. In the middle of the play area there was a fountain. I really enjoyed looking at all the specimens of different kind of bones.

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