Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Fosters 13, 14 and 15


Foster 10-12 grew so fast they were only with us a week! They've gone back to Cat Haven to find their forever homes and we've taken in these cuties. The all have very sheep-like fur so we have named them Shaun, Russell and Dolly after some famous sheep!

Russell

Shaun

Dolly

Tuesday, 9 January 2018

Fosters 10, 11 and 12


Finally the cat population in the house has exceeded the humans. In fact the cat population has doubled with these cuties from Cat Haven. They are in foster with us for a couple of weeks to fatten up. Left to right: Star, Harley (so named after the motorbike for his purring) and Pepper-Pot. It's going to be hard to give these up when the time comes!

Star

Harley

Pepper-Pot


We still have our adult foster cat Tiki and our own cats Holly and Columbus. It's a full house!

Tiki

Columbus left and Holly, waiting outside the foster kitten room hoping we'll let them in.

Wednesday, 27 December 2017

Cat Maths!


Here's a cute pic for you of some cat maths! Columbus was 87cm long.


Tuesday, 26 December 2017

Science of Forces and Energy


Today we have been working on simple energy transfer machines with Mystery Science. The kids loved it and will keep expanding their machines tomorrow. Here's a couple of slow motion videos showing how the machines worked.



Tuesday, 19 December 2017

Roller-Coaster Science


Today we were experimenting with forces using this roller-coaster experiment from Mystery Science. The lessons are always fun and informative and you can often subscribe for a year for free.



Monday, 11 December 2017

Foster #9


This is Tiki our 9th foster cat from Cat Haven. She's very timid so I could only get this picture with a zoom lens. The shelter is overflowing with cats as we are now in kitten season. Adults are free to adopt right now so get yourself down there!

Sunday, 3 December 2017

Maritime History


We recently popped down to Fremantle to see the Pompeii exhibition at the Maritime Museum and to visit the Shipwrecks Museum. The children learnt loads about how clues from the past fit together to give us the story of the time.





Megamouth!!!



The wreck of the Batavia was very impressive, the huge piece on display is just one small section of the ship.





We also passed the Round House where we saw some amazing street art and a couple of convicts.