Science Tamar Style

Here is the video for our science project on Forces we called “Science Tamar style”. First we researched our topic of Forces and collected information in groups. Then we took the song Gangnam style and broke it up into small chunks. The teacher scribed as we fitted our information into the song. We then recorded the song on an iPad and then worked as a class to put together a dance to go with it. This is the finished article I hope you enjoy it.

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14 Responses
  1. holly, jenna says:

    we were bouncing about just listening to it.

  2. Rowan says:

    Amazing song:)

  3. Kathy, Hannah and Holly says:

    I love the song, I was even dancing a bit.

  4. Hannah says:

    I loved making the clip.

  5. grace d g says:

    What you have done there is absolutely in sane. And hilarious even my BABY brother knows the moves.

  6. sadie says:

    Wow! We are all so impressed with such talent. Well done. Even Mr Westerns got some moves! Go Western, go Western, go Western!

  7. Karen Wedlake/Cook says:

    Wow….how cool was that!!! As the Science Co-ordinator at my school I was so impressed with the way you will now know so much information all about forces!!! You won’t forget that song!!! Well done to all of you!!!
    From Mrs Cook in Somerset!

    • greggers50 says:

      Thank you mrs Cook the children did all the research themselves !! Glad you like it

  8. Inhabited says:

    You guys rock! I am so proud of you …
    Daniel’s Dad.

  9. georgina says:

    hi i looked it up on the internet and it says that because people in Korea unless you are a leader can not be a famous person and you will go to prison

  10. carmen says:

    Yessss!!!!! Im so glad i got to see your dance guys….im exhausted using all the forces to keep me dancing too! I love this, well done! Marleys mum.

    • greggers50 says:

      Thank you the children have been amazing and we had real fun putting this together.

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