- Chance Fortune and the Outlaws
- Hong Kong history museum
- Started mosaics
- Sarah Brennan poetry Winners
- Mahtematics Angles
- Prepared ” My buried Artifact Project”
During the week, grade 5 is learning about Hong Kongs history. And in that unit the teachers organized a field trip to Hong Kong’s history museum. The teachers said to bring a pencil and clipboard to right down some intesresting facts about the history of Hong Kong. My favorite part of the trip was about how there were so many rocks on Hong Kong before people and buildings came about.
In math, 5E has been learning about measuring angles and different type of angles. At first I have forgotten all the things I have learned in grade 4. After a while of reviewing angles, I have remembered some things about angles and how to use a protractor. So now class 5E is doing harder things and hopefully I can handle it. But I still need some help measuring angles.
In grade 5, the teachers are making the students do a buried artifact using clay. We are only aloud to carve it then mark desgines on it to make it look like it was from the olden days. The teachers said we have to look online or in books to find a thing that you can carve it with clay, then later on we will be given clay to carve what we chose into that sculpture. Later on when our clay hardens, the teahcers will brake it with a hammer and burry it. So after a few days we will go find other peoples artifact and we will have to put all the little broken pieces back together again.