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Science special!

          

We were very lucky to have a special visit from Mr Cobb this afternoon. He talked to the whole of Key Stage 2 about Animal teeth.

What did you learn? What did you enjoy most of all?

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  1. Betsy Reply

    I loved talking about about animal teeth but what I mainly liked seeing all the REAL animal sculls and how Mr Cobb set all the vidios and pictures out smartly!

  2. Manon Hollingworth Reply

    I absolutely enjoyed it so much because I liked it when Mr Cobb showed the video of the leopard eating a piece of meat and I enjoyed the other videos that Mr Cobb showed.

  3. Isla Barrett-Mchugh Reply

    I loved the experience of lerning about the world of animal teeth. We are very lucky, because a very speical visitor came in and told us lots of thing about mamMal teeth. The visitor was called Mr Cobb and is a dad to a member of are class called Mani Cobb. I thoUght it was very intEresting when other animals not the mamMals, swollow diffrent types of teeth. I also thoght that it is very funny and intresting, when the lemar uses his frunt teeth to brush his friend’s and mate’s coat. IT WAS AWESOME!!!

  4. Stan Reply

    I loved Mr Cobb’s brilliant assembly.It was all about mammals.We looked at mammals skulls we looked at a bevaer,a shark,a leopard and a zebra.It was the best assembly ever!

  5. Sammy Salter Reply

    I liked evryfing aspeshely the zebre jar!I also like
    the shark teeth and the presantashon.

  6. Onett Perera Reply

    I really enjoyed it, I especially liked all the videos that Mr Cobb showed us of animals eating food and the part where we looked at all the diffrent skulls, my favorite skull is the large skull (the biggest).

  7. Logan Reply

    I love Park Grove because we had a guest i love guests

  8. Millie Reply

    It was awsome!!!!!!!!!! This afternoon we had Mr.Cobb who was talking to all Key Stage 2 mostly about mammal teeth but some other animals aswell. One of my favourite things was all the videos we saw of the animals eating food. I realy liked the one of the snake that ate a whole egg. My other favourite thing was when we got to see all the skulls, my favourite was the leopard one.

  9. Mollie Reply

    I enjoyed looking at all the skulls,especially the greyhound
    (or whippet)because I have a greyhound!I also liked watching
    the clips and looking at the pictures because they were funny
    (clips)and great(pictures).I could have stayed another
    hour!

  10. Lucas Reply

    I enjoyed the shark teeth EXTREMALLY!

  11. Sophia Reply

    I really enjoyed the science show. It was very kind of Mr Cobb to come in to teach us! My favourite part was when he talked about how some animals just swollow their food hole! I learnt that animals that eat grass have to wait all day and then digest again. Isn’t that amazing? He was so talented! He also told us such interesting stuff. I also realy enjoyed looking round the diffrent skulls.The Zebra’s skull was very big and interesting!

  12. Ella Reply

    It was so cool! I liked video clips aseialy. The cheeter skull the most. My favroite video was the snake with a tiny deer. The shark looked really weird but cool.I liked everything!!!

  13. Joe. Reply

    I fort that it was fantasticley good

  14. Helen Reply

    We learnt lots of things, such as how diffrent animals eat there food and, how they care for there teeth.In the assembley we got to see all, the skulls of the animals like the leopard or the shark.

  15. Minnie Reply

    I was excited to learn about animals theeth espeshaly the difrent kind of teeth . Mr cobb was very good at telling children about teeth.

  16. Charlie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Reply

    I loved the skulls what mr cobb broght in.It was really good in fact it was awsome!!!!!!!!!

  17. Ben+Joe.W Reply

    I loved the scince whith Mr Cobb (Mani’s dad) it was amazing ,how much he knew about animal teeth. He even brought some great animal skulls to show us the teeth and how they were diferent. A zebras skull had giant teeth and molars which had diferent sises of lumps. And the jaw span of a snake was unbleavable I found it. It was amazing that one of my best friend’s dad knew so, very much about one subject. Teeth.

  18. MANI COBB! Reply

    I loved the assembally.It was the best assembally EVER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.My dad was AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    .I loved how my dad brought in my shark skull.I really liked the powerpoint and videos.It was EPIC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  19. Sophie Reply

    I loved it when he showed us all of the clips of the amazing amimals. I also
    enjoyed looking at all the animal skulls especily the leopard,zebra,shark and the beaver. Over all I loved it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  20. Naia Reply

    I learnt that some animals don’t chew and they swallow the food, and I liked when he said that obout the snow leopard.

  21. Owen Reply

    I learned that herbivores have to chew thier food more than once to have it digest properly.
    My favorite part was when we got to look at the leopard skull.All of it was really fun!

  22. Freddie Reply

    I really enjoy what scientists have to say

  23. Lewkas Reply

    It was BRILLIANT,GREAT and FAB

  24. reuben Reply

    It was the best assembly ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  25. Logan Reply

    IT WAS EXITING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  26. Sammy Salter Reply

    I liked the presintation and all the dithrent
    tipes of teath mostlly the zebre!I am amazed
    there was a sabertooth tiger I almost fainted.

  27. Onett Perera Reply

    I loved all the videos that MR COBB showed us esspecilly the one where a snake ate a egg!The presantation was awesome I also learned that herbivores have to eat loads and chew a lot

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