After watching the BTN episode take this quiz
What did you find out?
What do you think about this topic?
What questions do you still have?
Do you know what Remembrance Day is?
Why do you think Remembrance Day is important?
There are many customs and traditions on Remembrance Day. Do you know what they are?
The music played on the day holds great significance, click on the links below to listen to The Rouse and The Last Stand and answer the questions with a partner.
How did listening to the Rouse make you feel?
During Remembrance Day commemorations when is the Rouse sounded?
Why is it called the “rouse”?
What does the Rouse symbolise?
How did listening to the Last Post make you feel?
What does it signify?
How does the timing of the Last Post differ from the Rouse?
Today 6K helped to teach new blogging skills to 6R. The students from 6K found it very difficult not to touch the keyboard! All of the students enjoyed helping and learning with each other. It was fantastic to see everyone so focussed and enjoying the learning even though we had two classes crammed into one small room! 🙂
Mrs Robertson and myself were very impressed with ‘kids teaching kids’ – we can’t wait for next session! 🙂
Can you complete The Mission 2110 and stop the Roboidz take over the world?
Use your knowledge of 3D shapes to complete the mission.
You will need headphones for this activity if completing in class.
(sorry but this game doesn’t work on the iPads)
After solving the mission go to the following website and explore and record the properties of 3D shapes.
Can you create your own 3D shape? Create a net print and make the 3D shape?
Were you successful making your own net? What shape did you create?
What did you find out today?
Use an atlas or google maps to find the coordinates of your country and record in your book. Record a prediction of how far (in km’s) your Asian country is from Werribee and then go to the distance calculator website to get the exact measurement.
Use this website http://overlapmaps.com/index.php to compare the size of your country to Australia.
Where is your Asian country located in relation to Australia?
How does the area of this Asian country and population compare to Australia?
Post your answers as a comment below.
Find given cities on the Google Map and be as accurate as possible since precision will result in points in the end. But be careful, each level is more difficult and the tolerance in deviation decreases. And you need to hurry: There’s a time limit of about 10 seconds!
The atmosphere in the room when playing this game was fantastic! 🙂
What do you think of this game and what was your closest guess? (Name of city and distance)
What was the highest level you reached?
We looked at the following website after predicting the top 20 countries for population.
World population clock
We watched a video about the worlds continents.
How many Asian countries do you know?
Test your geography knowledge by completing the quiz.
What was your score?
What did you learn today?
Can you please share some interesting facts / thoughts?
What questions do you have about the topic?
The solution might seem easy: build roads and bridges, buy buses and hire a driver. However, the lack of funds and recurring natural disasters in many countries make it difficult to provide children with the solutions they so desperately need. Written by Julija K (Bored Panda.com)
After looking at the 25 different journeys to school (see link above), write a snapshot (in your draft book) telling the story of one of these students going to school or write a snapshot of how you get to school. When your draft is completed revise, edit and then publish as a comment on this post (don’t forget to type into word first).
Today we are going to learn how to use OneNote.
Watch the video below for an introduction to the program.
We need to work in pairs to create our own OneNote document that will help us with our design, creativity and technology project.
You need to create the following tabs:
Watch the following video so you know how to save and close the notebook correctly.
What do you know about catapults? Watch these videos in pairs and then answer the questions below.
What do you know about catapults? How do you know this?
Do you have any questions about catapults?
Watch the following clips.
1. What’s the last thing you do before you go to bed?
2. What has a new study found about using electronic devices before going to bed?
3. The light emitted from electronic devices can affect how well we sleep. True or false?
4. When it gets dark, your brain clock decides it is sleep time and tells another part of your body to release what chemical?
5. Why do we need sleep?
6. If we don’t get enough sleep it can affect our…
d. All of the above
7. What can we do to get a better night’s sleep?
8. Experts say that turning off screens at least an hour before going to bed is a good idea.
True or false?
9. How much sleep do you think you need each day?
Conduct your own sleep study. Record how long you use electronic devices for before going to bed and how many hours of sleep you get each night.
Click here to find out how fast your reactions are (you will need a mouse for this activity) – record your results.
When you are finished take this fun quiz about sleep.
Do you know how many serves of fruit and vegetables you should have every day?
Find out if you know what a healthy diet is by playing the Food balance game
You need to create a healthy menu for one day but using foods from the 5 food groups for meals and snacks. If you are successful Peach or Basil will walk across the tight rope, if not they will lose their balance and fall!
Did you learn anything about a balanced diet from playing the game?