Science using our senses
We talked about which senses we would rely on if we didn't have sight, then we did a couple of experiments.
First we buddied up and went for a walk outside using blindfolds. We had help from our buddies to guide us around so we didn't bang into objects. We soon realised that we needed to rely on our sense of touch and hearing if we didn't have sight.
Afterwards we all had blindfolds and we listened to some instructions on how to draw a cartoon cat. We had to listen carefully but found the exercise difficult because we couldn't see where our lines were. We worked out that if we left on pencil on our page we could keep our lines closer together. It was really hard!