Fios a mharaigh an cat

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We have been working with paint throughout this month. We have made another spooky video to showcase our latest Halloween horrors!

Aomann maighnéad miotal

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A magnet attracts metal. Magnets have poles. The earth is a magnet and electricity is created using magnets.

We have been investigating interesting facts like this during the month of October. 

Magnets have a huge role to play in our daily lives.

Bain sult as ár bhfísean!

Ealaíona Scanrúla

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This month, we are using paint to conjure up spooky shapes and create silhouettes.

Bain sult as ár bhfíseán!

Stories of my Childhood

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During the month of October, we will record stories from our parents and grandparents about their childhood.

Each story should be thirty seconds to a minute in length.

Username: drumlease@gmail.com

Password: the3sickcats

Upload  your story by clicking 

The Unburstable Balloon Experiment!

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You will need: 

  • Four balloons 
  • Matches 
  • An adult 
  • Water 
  • A candle 

Steps: 

  1. Inflate two balloons with air.
  2. Inflate two other balloons with air and 100ml of water. 
  3. Light the candle. 
  4. Place the balloon with air over the flame. 
  5. Place the balloon with water over the flame. 
  6. Dry up the water and tidy away the experiment. 

Findings: 

The balloons inflated with air explode very quickly. The balloons inflated with air and water explode eventually but after a much longer period of time. The water conducts the heat from the candle and absorbs the heat energy. Once the water gets really hot, the balloon eventually explodes. 

Pancakes cooking on a frying pan are cooked by conduction. Steaming vegetables are cooked by convection.  Marshmallows over an open fire are cooked by radiation. 

Drumlease National School is a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) school. 


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