Click on the link below to take you to some fantastic maths games.
Try your hand at some multiplication, addition, subtraction and division games.
Try playing the following game to work out the area and perimeter of some regular shapes.
Elements of a Circle (1)
Elements of a Circle (2)
Not only will we be looking at our energy usage,
but we will also be learning about how
an electrical circuit works.
You will be constructing your own electrical circuits using batteries, wire and a globe.
Become creative and design your own Book Light
and watch it light up!
Click on the picture below to take you to a number of different links
that will assist you with our unit.
Welcome back everyone to Term 3.
I hope you all had a restful holiday and that you are ready to get into the swing of things this term.
I know you are all excited about our Integrated Studies topic this term –
I know you are also excited about earning money and also setting up your own businesses.
I have included a link below to some really fun games to do with money.
This is to help you get into the swing of things.
How much money can I spend?
What should I spend it on?
How can I build up my money?
Oh, and of course, have some fun along the way!
I hope you enjoy playing these games.
Click on the image below to take you to the games.
Sharna, David, Mathew, Christine and Christopher
for completing their first Storybird creation.
We hope you enjoy reading their short stories!
Below are four books which we produced.
In each are our Endangered Animals research projects.
We worked extremely hard on our projects, and as you can see each is different and unique. We hope you enjoy reading our books. We hope you understand just how important it is to maintain the delicate balance which exists in the animal kingdom. Each and every day there are animals which become vulnerable and which run the risk of becoming endangered and eventually extinct.
Can we afford to allow this to happen?
Each animal is unique and special and has an important role to play in the balance of their individual ecosystems. Lack of balance in any ecosystem, eventually leads to lack of balance in the human ecosystem. Each animal is vital in maintaining balance in its habitat and in its food chain, and ultimately in the very existence of the diverse ecosystems on our beautiful planet.
We have been moved by the depth of damage which man has created on the earth. Each of us has the responsibility of maintaining peace and order, not least of all in the diverse habitats of our planet.
Well done to George, David, Christine, Anton, Anna,
Jade and Julie for the work on their projects.
Well done to Long, Kelvin, Junjila, Luke, Sandra, Tina D.
and Tiffany for the work on their projects.
Well done to Travis, Tina L., Trinity, Tyson, Vien, William
and Yvonne for the work on their projects.
Well done to Christopher, Allan, Jordan, Anthony, Nikki,
and Mathew for the work on their projects.
As part of our study of Systems and Relationships,
we had to research the different world biomes.
Here are some of our finished reports.
We hope you enjoy reading them.