Shooting Stars

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The classroom looks like a ribbon factory exploded, because on Thursday we were learning about shooting stars.

We learnt they were made from dust, rock and ice and that when they entered Earth’s atmosphere they burnt up into fire because they fly so fast and that’s why we see streams of light in the sky.

We made our own shooting stars. We took a piece of screwed up paper then covered it with a piece of tinfoil, which we had attached our ribbons to. The Miss Irwin tied a string to the ribbons so we could use the string to throw the shooting stars to make them look like they were flying.

Watch our video to see how much fun we had throwing them!

*Technical issues with the blogs sorry for the delay.

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