How can we change materials?

This term, we have been exploring materials in Science. This week we conducted an experiment into how we can change materials. 

Each child came up with their own investigation question such as "How do materials change?", "Are materials flexible?", Can we twist all materials?".

We then came up with predictions based on our investigation question. 

The children tested whether they can stretch, squish, twist, bend different materials. 

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