Monday, 26 June 2017

Mult Pyramid - Working out

















This is my multiplication pyramid for maths. I had to multiply the whole thing and find an answer for the top of the pyramid. To the right, that is my working out for the top 3 layers of the multiplication pyramid.

Space Invaders Planning - Extension


This is my space invaders planning for extension. This term we were given a task
to create a space game that includes shooting. Pretty much like Galaga. We are using
scratch to create our game and we will have to code our way through. It is quite challenging,
but we have been trying our best to finish.

Thursday, 15 June 2017

Decimals - Early Finisher



WALT: Recognise and understand tenths and hundreds.
This is another early finisher task. I have completed all of my work for this week.
This has helped me a bit more with my decimals. Take a look and I hope that you enjoy.

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Space Readings - Extension Task

5 Big Changes in Space Travel

YURI GAGARIN
Did you know that over about 50 years ago, no one on earth knew what would happen to a human being if they were to be launched into space? So... they were scared. But that all changed, in 1961 when, Soviet military pilot and cosmonaut, Yuri Gagarin, hurtled into orbit aboard, VOSTOK 1.

He circled the earth once, reporting that he was feeling more alive than he has ever felt before. He also said that he could see, "rivers and fold in the terrain". He sounded quite strange when he announced, that he could see a lot of different types of clouds. He saw animals, objects and other things made in cloud form. “Beautiful” was his simple description of the view. “Weightlessness” Yuri said, felt “pleasant”.

In the decades, before Gagarin became the first man in space, NASA started launching men to the moon, and even to mars. Barley anyone was launched into space because, they didn’t have enough technology back in the days. But, nowadays, technology has improved and NASA has been able to send more people into space. Every single person that was sent to space, had a mission. Some had mission to walk on the moon/mars. Some had mission to plant flags on the moon. And there were a lot of different missions too.

SPACE MEDICINE
Gagarin's mission lasted at least, 108 minutes, so he didn't have to eat. But the cosmonaut who followed him into space, German Titov, went up for more than a day. People wondered: Would he be able to swallow food? Today's big questions about space travel and the human body involve bone loss.   

Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Plays and Poetry


This is my Week 6&7 Task. These following weeks we have been learning all about,
Oral Language. Oral language is plays and poetry. So... that is what we are learning
about. Later on this week, we will be showing our plays in front of our class. This has helped
me understand a lot more about, Oral Language.

Monday, 12 June 2017

Decimals, Fractions and Percentage



This was my maths task that was set for me this week. I have completed this task
under no pressure. This presentation has helped me with my decimals, fractions
and percentages. Take a look and I hope that you enjoy.

Staying Warm & Keeping Cool


WALT: Evaluating - I gather, and synthesise to evaluate information across a range of texts
This week we were learning about gathering information about different things. 
And we were learning how to collect information from a range of different texts. 
This presentation has helped me learn a lot about how animals keep warm and how they
stay cool. Take a look at my task and I hope that you enjoy.