Stroxworthy science investigation
Posted on December 10, 2018 | By skersey
Stroxworthy class have been learning about seed dispersal for living things and their habitats. By making their own spinning seed, they were able to investigate how when the seed falls, air pushes upwards against it. As the paper seed has two arms, these are pushed in opposite directions, which makes the seed spin.
This helps sycamore seeds to fall far from the tree, so they have plenty of space to grow.