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Float or sink

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  • 1. What are the words we use to talk about when things are held up in water or fall to the bottom?
  • 2. Some objects stay on top of the water – this is called floating Other objects fall to the bottom – this is called sinking sinking floating
  • 3. stone is heavier than water so it sinks to the bottom
  • 4. Meanwhile, the air inside floating toys is lighter than the water, which makes the toys buoyant and keeps them above the surface.
  • 5. You can not always guess which object will or You must test them to find out Lets experiment! float sink
  • 6. ‘Will it Float?’ (Sung to the tune of ‘When the Saints Go Marching In’) Oh, will it float or will it sink? Which will it be; what do you think? Will it stay on top of the water? Or, like an anchor, will it sink?

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