Friday, 18 April 2014

An Afternoon With APOPS!

WALT use fotor. I know I have learnt this when I can put the pictures in the layout.

Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Light Wind, Heavy Wind, What's Wind?

WALT use the correct writing structure for wind. I know I can do this when I can tell people
how the wind changes.

Wind is air that moves.

Where there is strong wind it tells you that the air is moving very fast or  quickly. When there is light wind it means it is going slowly.

Warm air heats up, it becomes light and rises into the air.The cool breezy air moves into replace the warm air.

The wind blowing from the North is called a Northerly. The wind blowing from the South is called a Southerly.

Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Picnic for the Poor!

WALT use the information from the article to inform others. I know I can do this when I can write sentences about the article using the information I have read. 

Monday, 14 April 2014

What's in Panmure & Glen Innes?

WALT compare the similarities and differences between Panmure & Glen Innes.
Success criteria: I know I can do this when I can make a venn diagram with lists about Panmure and Glen Innes.

Thursday, 10 April 2014

Time To Renew Your Relationship With God!

We are learning to understand Reconciliation.

Success criteria:
I know I can do this when I can retell the order of Stations of the Cross. 

In square 1, it shows Jesus' capture. In square 2, he takes the cross to the mountain. In square 3, Jesus gets nailed on the cross. In square 4, his was left on the cross to die.

Friday, 4 April 2014

Crazy Culture Festival

Culture Festival
WALT appreciate other cultures. I made a animoto video about last year's culture festival with pictures of the different cultures.

Thursday, 3 April 2014

Do You Respond To God's Call?

WALT respond to God. I know I can do this because I can give examples of ways to respond to God.

Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Why do hearts beat?

       Why do hearts beat?
Your heart pumps blood  through your body. What does your heart do?

With every beat of your heart blood is pumped through tiny tubes. The blood goes around the body so you can move. The blood is pumped with oxygen. The blood goes through tiny tubes called veins. They are connected to every part of your body.

While you're running,  you need more oxygen. As you run, your heart beats faster and faster so that it can circulate to the muscles. This is why you can feel your body heating up and pulse getting faster and faster.
Our blood has four main components. They are red blood cells, white blood cells, liquid and plasma. There also cells called neutrophil, eosinophil, monocyte, lymphocyte, basophils and platelets.

When your heart beats, your blood gets pushed through tubes in your body. These tubes are connected to smaller tubes. They go every part of your body. This is called the circulatory system.

Your heart powers your whole body and that is what makes you move.

Tuesday, 1 April 2014

Do you know how we hear sounds?

WALT use the correct structure. I wrote a explanation writing about hearing sound.

                        Why do we hear sounds?
Sound waves is just air that is shaking.

Sound waves are collected by the outer ear. Your eardrum  shiver when the sound waves are collected into your ear. This happens because it’s just vibrations in the air.

When your eardrum shakes parts of your ear moves as well.The parts are called anvil,hammer and stirrup. When the anvil, hammer and stirrup starts to wriggle and wobbly the watery liquids in your ear becomes unsteady and shakes.

When liquids move, the nerves send messages to your brain. Your brain gets the messages and assists us to figure out what the sound is.

Without the anvil, hammer and stirrup you wouldn't be able to hear.