This the experiement that we tried during literacy workshops. We created an hypothesis, tested it and recorded our results. We have learnt how a good scientist needs to:
1. Be safe at all times
2. Record the results
3. Be prepared and organised
4. Looks for changes
5. Record the results
We have been learning how to use adjectives to make a good sentence. We know sentences need a noun and a verb. Adjectives can describe colour, shape, size, feelings and sounds. Here is a snapshot of the video that we watched. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xktgpid88Vs&feature=youtu.be
We have been learning about location. We played different location games and talked about words that we can use to locate numbers. Here is the video that we used in class. Happy learning!
As part of our new reader system, we need student reading diaries to be handed in each day. Every single day that you bring in your reading diary, you will recieve a dojo point! Looking forward to giving out some points.
What an amazing day! We watched six experiments. We found out what makes a good scientist. Here is what we discovered:
Our favourite video to revise counting by 3’s.
Just a reminder that readers will be available next week.
For those who wanted to revise your learning from today, here is our learningh. We revised the words that we can use when multiplying numbers. This shows how we created an array.
This Friday, we have an exciting scientist day. You can come dressed as a scientist and we will do some very exciting experiements. A note will go home soon.
We are beginning to learn about narratives. Here is some our learning as well as our ideas about what a narrative needs.