Last Thursday make create collaborate took place in the LLAC(Leo Lee Arts Centre). I really liked seeing the different artworks that everyone was making. It was really cool! There was a noisemaker set and a lot of drums and musical instruments that we could use. There was a place that you could make a line of string, a green screen effect area, a bottle cap artwork area, a marker on wall area and a 3Doodling area. The places I went to are the drums and instruments, the green screen effect area and the 3Doodling area. Thank you!!!
Today my learning buddy had a spotlight that was about how trees help us and where we would be without trees. They told us a story about this girl who went to a tree then all of a sudden she heard some trees falling and she went back home to her village to tell her mom about it. She and her mom told the women of the village and later they went to the place where the woodcutters were and told them to stop. They continued. She hugged a tree. They couldn’t cut it down because she was hugging it. They went away. They got all worried about the woodcutters coming back and then the king came and gave her a golden plate for her courage. The end. The story continued throughout the whole spotlight and when the story came to an end they finished the spotlight. I really enjoyed this spotlight.
On Tuesday we edited our tessellations on scratch. Tessellations are pieces of art that seem to go on forever and are the same exact pieces, kind of like a mosaic but without changing colours. This is how I made my triangle tessellation. When flag clicked (start of code) clear (takes all the “ink” away) go to x:30 y:34 (Makes sure the costume doesn’t stay offscreen if it goes offscreen) point in direction 90 (Makes the start triangle always pint in the same location) pen down (keeps the pen down to make it work) forever (Makes it go until you press stop) repeat-pick random 3-6 (randomly chooses which side it makes a triangle on) move 30 steps (The amount of steps it takes to go in a triangle) turn 120 degrees (The amount you turn to make it a triangle) end repeat. Turn 60 degrees (makes sure it turns correctly)
Kids should be able to get their own allowance to teach them responsibility. I think kids should be able to get their own allowance to learn responsibility and more! Firstly,They will learn to work hard for their money. For example they won’t fool around. It’ll improve memory and will improve the speed of finishing work or chores. helping them to learn responsibly, independence and more! Also,It teaches kids to be helpful and independent. This way, a child could help busy tired family members and helpers. They’ll also learn to do things themselves. Finally, Kids will learn how to manage their own money responsibly, easily and more efficiently like future bank accounts to help with spending responsibly and saving responsibly.
Yesterday we finished the book wayside school is falling down and it’s a weird story about this school where kids and teachers are very silly. I recommend this book to all of you because it is greatly funny and cool. I read this book before and recognised some parts that other people probably wouldn’t recognise.
On March 29 – 31 I was at G4 camp. It was very fun! We all were set up into different groups (1 – 9). Group 1 – 4 had pasta bolognese the first night meanwhile group 5 – 9 ate BBQ and s’mores. The next night it switched between dinners; group 1 – 4 had BBQ and s’mores and group 5 – 9 had pasta bolognese. I enjoyed the adventure challenge and the BBQ & s’mores. I experienced camping for 3 nights for the first time. I will remember packing up the most. I found making a shelter challenging. I learned that after you try something hard (and probably new) you probably will think it was fun after.
Firstly, Food chains can be either a food chain or a food web. They both have producers(I forgot to put a arrow there),which are eaten by herbivores which can be eaten by decomposers, parasites, scavengers, omnivores and carnivores. Omnivores can be eaten by decomposers, parasites, scavengers and carnivores. Carnivores can be eaten by scavengers, parasites and decomposers.
Today it’s another mind map! My favourite biome is the taiga. These are some facts about it. Some scientists think that a glacier left water while passing america to create bogs that are found near the northern side of america. The trees there drop snow right off and the pinecones actually have seeds inside them. The animals have lots of fur but sometimes it doesn’t help them because although the temperature is below zero, it’s really hot in the summer.
Today I made yet another mind map. I made it about what types of animals live where. Like how animals live in specific habitats. I will only choose one type of animal that probably lives there. In the taiga there are many deer, in the grassland there are elephants and in the temperate forests there are owls. Fish live in of course, the sea. I’m not sure about this one but I think arctic wolves may live on glaciers. In the tundra there are some white rabbits, in the rainforest there Are toucans and in the deserts there are mice.
Today I learned about ecosystems. I know I haven’t done one of these in a long time, but I made a mind map about my learning. First organisms can be living and nonliving. They both relate to ecosystems. Those can relate to habitats and the habitats possible for organisms to grow in are the grasslands, the desert, the streams or the forests. Those have reliable resources like grass, cacti, coral and logs which house animals such as bunnies, owls, fish and birds. Thanks for reading!!
PS:I forgot to put more arrows so the red ones will have to do