Experiment: Homemade lava lamp
Aim: To explore the density of three objects.
Materials: Oil, food colouring, salt and tall clear container.
Procedure:1. Almost fill the container with water.
2. Put some food colouring in the water not to much.
3. Pour some oil into the container.
4. Put some salt in the container.
Conclusion: First we put in the food colouring and the water changed red then we put in the oil and it stayed at the top. Then we put the salt in and it went to the bottom and it made bubbles of oil.
By Killian Gallagher and Dylan Carney
Quidditch By Dylan Carney
Introduction: Quidditch is a wizard game where you can fly. There are 7 players on a team.
Equipment: broomstick to fly around the pitch
Blugders to knock people over
Golden snitch catch it and your team wins the game
Quaffle the ball the chasers try and score with
Six hoops the chasers shoot into
Bats beaters use a bat to hit the Blugders
Players: Keeper trys to stop the Quaffle going into the hoop
Chasers throw the Quaffle into the hoops
Beaters stop the Blugders hit their teammates
Harrys position is a seeker he has to catch the snitch to win the game
Instructions: The aim of the game is to catch the snitch and throw the Quaffle into the hoops
Conclusion: I would play as a chaser because I would like to fly and shoot
Quidditch is similar to basketball because you throw the ball into the hoop and it’s also like soccer and Gaelic because you can pass, shoot and catch and you can get seourisly injured because you could fall down from a long way up.
Quidditch is different to most games because there is 6 hoops and 3 balls.