Day 3

We did two great museums on Day 3. First the Science Museum, which features the Leonardo DaVinci exhibition until next autumn.

The pupils' impressions of the many inventions at the Science Museum  

We think that some of the inventions were really interesting and some of them looked kind of funny. The diving suit was one of the funny looking things. The x-ray machine was very impressive invention and it was actually pretty scary looking. Technology has really gone to a better way if you compare the machines.
Katariina and Riina

Mine and Elias`s favorite thing in the museum was the parachute man i think it was very cool for some reason and it was well made. Elias and Rori

I saw many cool inventions at the Leonardo DaVinci exhibit but this rotating cannon stood out for me the most.
Mikael and Jussi

The ballista crossbow definetly was the coolest thing in the Leonardo DaVinci museum. There were many other cool things as well but this really stood out for us. -Veikko


At the Science Museum we saw some great inventions created by the legendary Leonardo Da Vinci. We were familiar with some of his inventions beforehand but clearly not all of them. Our favorite invention would have to be the glider because it revolutionized human life since it gave people the ability to fly like a bird. Of course Da Vinci made other flying machines as well but the Glider stood out for us the most.
Niko and Vilho

Our next visit was to the Natural History Museum. Please see below our assignments.

The Natural History Museum Questions

The Red Zone questions:

Name three volcanic hazards.
Lava bombs, pyroclastic flow and lahar (a mudflow of water, ash and rock that hardens like concrete)

What are the three biggest super volcanoes called?
They are called Yellow stone, Lake toba and Lake tauba.
Riina and Julia

Where do earthquakes mostly happen?
Most earthquakes happen along the edge of the oceanic and continental plates.
Elmiira and Josefiina

Find the earthquake impact scale. What are the two extremes called?
The top two extremes of richer impact scale are called extreme and catastrophic. It means that more than 10 000 people die during that big earthquake.
Veikko and Vili

What dangers are there after the quake?
Fires, landslides and even liquefaction can all cause further damage and loss of life. The biggest threat comes from the sea. If an earthquake strikes underwater it can trigger a giant wave called a tsunami. As the wave speeds towards the coastline, it grows taller. When it finally reaches the shore it can flood inland för many kilometres.
Elli ja Annu

The Blue Zone questions:

What are the three ways to walk that dinosaurs had?
The three ways of walking that the dinosaurs had were sprawling, semi-improved and fully improved.

After National History Museum we went to Chelsea football club. First we went to Chelsea museum. There we played some football. Then we went to Chelsea stadium and guide explained everything about Chelsea history. He shown many places like locker rooms and auditorium to us. Also sittingplaces where Ronaldo, Messi and Beckham have sat.
Annu and Julia

In front of the FC Chelsea stadium. We finished Day 3 with this attraction.

We had our very own private guide who took us around.

It costs  1 million pounds per year to maintain the lawn.

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