On a piece of write down what you want to “Tear Up” around the outside of the paper i.e. negative self talk you find yourself saying about your body, media practices you want to see changed.
Tear It Up
Tear all that negative stuff from the outside of the paper, scrunch it up and throw it away as a symbol of taking a fresh and healthy look at you.
On your torn blank centre write your Fresh Faced Friday message of support for you and others to be body confident. Take a snap and share your #FFF “Tear It Up” message.
Discuss the issues raised in the BTN story.
What does body image mean? What is positive (or healthy) body image? Think about all the things which would help a young person to develop a positive body image.
What is negative (or unhealthy) body image?
After watching the BTN episode answer the following questions.
Please share what you know about the Eureka Stockade. Double click in the padlet and don’t forget to add your first name.
Ensure you read what is already on the wall so you can add new information (please don’t repeat what someone has already added).
Can you use your knowledge to create the circuits as instructed on the website?
Click on the picture to access website and have a go 🙂
To really test your knowledge of circuits help MI High’s Oscar recover his lost camera in this electrical circuits game, but be careful of the Gnome Cams! * * You will need headphones to play this game.
Our next Inquiry topic starts next week.
We would like to know what you want to know. This topic covers peoples rights, migrants, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, women and minority groups. It looks at government and key individuals that changed our nation.
Double click on the Padlet below and type your first name and at least one question.
Click on the link below to access information on how to create parallel and series circuits.
Not long now until the year 5 & 6 students venture to Camp Kangaroobie for 4 fun filled days! 🙂
Welcome to 6R’s class blog.
What would you like to see posted on here?
Are you a Volcanologist, Seismologist or a Meteorologist?
Can you tell me an interesting fact about the natural disaster you are researching? (Earthquakes, Volcanoes, Tsunamis, Cyclones, Droughts or Bushfires)
Do you have any wonderings about any of the disasters?
If so please post the question here and hopefully one of the other ‘scientists’ can answer it for you.
If you don’t receive an answer to your wondering you might like to find the answer to your question yourself by using the Disasters Downunder blog.
Last night we celebrated the terms work by inviting friends and families to the Learning Gallery to showcase our work. We also shared with the Foundation to year 5 students this morning. The buzz in the Learning Gallery was fabulous!
What did you think about the Disasters Downunder unit and the showcase?