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Thursday, 24 May 2012

How Far Can Your Cable Car Go?

This is my bar graph that I created on google docs about our Cable Car Experiment. Tyler's Cable Car travelled the furthest with a total of 8 metres. Fine's Cable Car travelled the shortest distance with a total of 3 metres. Miss Chapman, Piripi, Kifi and Pace travelled the same distance with a total of 7 metres I really enjoyed when we made our cable cars especially letting the balloon go I hope you like reading my statement on Room 5 Cable Car Experiment.

Tuesday, 22 May 2012

My 9x table rap

Check out my rap on the 9x table.

Thursday, 17 May 2012

My Origami Crane By Caitlin




This is my instructions for making a Origami Paper Crane please check it out and leave a comment.

Monday, 14 May 2012

Flying free Emerald Group By Caitlin

Week 2
Emerald Group 1
 Title: Flying Free School Journal Part 3, Number 1, 2010
 Learning Intention: I am learning to retell the text back from the beginning, middle and end.

1. Describe the kites up in the sky?
Red and Black lizard tugs at it’s string

 2. What’s wrong with Anna?
 She has a broken leg

 3. Why was Anna grumpy?
 Anna would like to gone too but her cast is to heavy

 4. Why did Anna like the bird kite?
 It is thinner than the other bird kites and can fly more higher

 5. What does Anna see at night?
 Anna sees the bird kite again as she’s falling asleep. She sees its sharp beak and narrow head

 6. Why couldn’t Anna go outside and why?
 When her leg sweats it gets itchy

 7. How does Anna spend her time?
  She makes a bird kite
 8. What materials does Anna use?
 She finds some left over nylon. It wasn’t the right colour but red and green will do Anna finds a packet of neddles and matching cottons.

 9. Why was Anna feeling worried?
 She might not be able to launch it without help
 10. Describe the process in flying the kite. She was happy with what she made because it was flying high

 11. Why was Anna feeling happy?
The kite flies now and soon becomes a red and green bird. It was flying higher and higher

 12. What did Anna imagine at the end of the story?
 Anna imagines herself flying over houses, roads, parks and hills.

Thursday, 10 May 2012

Room 5's Paper Plane Challenge


Today Room 5 had so much fun measuring our Paper Planes on the court. We had to make paper planes and we had to see who can fly their Paper Plane the furthest. Piripi threw his paper dart the furthest he had a nice smooth throw and had a total of 11.16 metres. San Tat's plane landed at shortest measurement with a total of 2 metres.

Tuesday, 8 May 2012

My Mother Day Wordle


This is my Wordle that I made on Wordle
for Mothers Day I love my Mum she is nice and kind
to me she is cool and she loves Tattoos and she also
friendly to all my friends I Love Her.

My Reflection on making Paper Cranes




Reflecting on my Origami Crane

Please write detailed answers, as reflecting helps you build understanding with your learning.

1. Are you pleased with your origami crane? why?
Yes because it was really fun doing it and the finished results
were really good


2. What part did you find easy? why / why not?
Folding the paper into half and quarters because I
have done it before


3. What part did you find tricky / difficult? Why / why not?
Folding the paper into little triangles because all you have to do
is grab the little pointy bit and fold it up



4. Who / What helped you in making your Origami Crane?
Following the instructions and Isabella helped me


5. What would you do differently next time? Think about folding,
listening, persistence (not giving up) etc.
Listening to the instructions so that my paper crane could look perfect

Friday, 4 May 2012

My Study Ladder Results on Maths




                         This is my study ladder results on maths grade 2 I got them all right.

Thursday, 3 May 2012

My Comment that I made to Room 22

                                       This is my comment that i made on Room 22 blog today about their
                                        video count on me.

Wednesday, 2 May 2012

How to make Yummy Chocolate Easter Eggs




Title:
How to make yummy chocolate Easter Eggs


Ingredients List:
1 packet of melts

Equipment:
1 kettle
1 saucepan
*water
plate
spoons and bread and butter knives
molds
fridge
Tin foil


Method:

1. Fill up the kettle with water and let it boil

2. Pour the water into a sauce pan

3. Cover the saucepan with a plate

4. Pour the chocolate melts onto a plate

5. Stir the chocolate melts till they are melted

6. When melted find some molds and spoons

7. Use the spoons to pour the melted chocolates into the molds

8. Put the chocolate molds in a fridge and leave them in for about
4-5 hours.

9. Get the chocolate melts out of the fridge

10. Turn the molds over then tap lightly and wrap in tin foil

11. Now you have yummy Easter Eggs

Tuesday, 1 May 2012

My Multiplication Results

I have recently been on Oeswego it is a math site I had a go and scored 100 percent I felt proud of myself check out my blog and you will see please make commemts.