Week 11 Term 1
We have had a busy week mostly listening to our Decades Project presentations & completing our Maths Projects.
Here are a few photos of our class working on our maths projects.
Blog 2018 – Monday Week 1 to Wednesday Week 4
Hi! This is Clement and Lexie and we are here to tell the world (the parents of Rm 13) what we have been doing for the past few weeks. We started off with many, many games that we did just get to know each other and the teacher.
Just before I did a poll on what we did and coming in a tie is Hints and Skit-tell, then it was Quizzes and Two truths and a lie. Hint was when we all wrote 5 facts about our then Mrs Zadoyanchuk would read them out, then as class we would guess who it was. Next for skit –tell we were given 8 skittles of different skittles and we have to make facts about ourselves according to our colours.
In this school (if anyone doesn’t know it yet) we have things called school values, they are Kindness, Respect, Creativity and Perseverance. On week 2 Thursday we used these school values in our task. Our task was to as a class make a poster about the values. The posters included sounds like, feels like and thinks like.
Since school started we have been focusing on a book called Matty Forever. And a few days ago we were given a task of drawing any scene from the book or make a new blurb about it.
Our learning in the first 2 weeks
In week one we fixated on getting to know each other, we did masses of different types of art with friendship, teamwork, ourselves and leadership. These activities were not only fun but supportive.
We did some maths, the task was called “maths about me” and it was maths calculations about yourself. An extension task was to do coding about ourselves. Mrs Z took a picture of us then we put it in the middle of the paper.
We did an activity about care for students called the “care instructions T-shirt Activity” we drew a T-shirt then wrote 10 instructions of care, we then read them out to the class.
We made some bullying posters in partners, we researched what bullying means to different people. We also made added fun with friendship questions and drawing pictures!!
We made books for our buddy class, our buddy class; Mrs Ryan. We had to choose a character strength then make a book about it, an extension task was to make a movie poster about our book, AFTER THAT…. We were allowed to either make a movie or a trailer.
Matty forever blurbs/scenes
written by Lexie Mulvany and Clement Tomy
Week 5 News Report
Hello, and welcome to the AMAZING year 6 news report brought to you by me Phoebe. Today our new topic is…….
In maths we’ve just started a project on Special Numbers and need to do a poster with definitions and examples of these special numbers. Square and triangle numbers, Prime and composite numbers, Positive and Negative numbers, Factors and lastly multiples. We need to be very creative and present our definitions somehow on a poster and have an example for each number.
Well that’s all for this week and we’ll be back for another blog next week. Here are some photos of the maths project- then it’s over to Dean and his report on BUDDIES!!!
Today (2nd of March) we had our second lesson with our buddies in Ms Ryan’s class
We have chosen our specific buddies and during the lesson we had to learn everything about our buddies, 3 quarters through the lesson we had to present everything we had learned about our buddies and at the end we had a class photo with everyone. We focused on getting to know each other.
We also had a funny photo together!
Written by Dean
Week 8 Report
On Thursday the 15th of March the year 6 students from EMPS got to have an excursiOn in the city which involved the vast exploration of the national library, the intense activity in the art gallery and last but not least the 90 year timeline of the great Sir Donald Bradman at the Adelaide Oval.
It all started off with the very long bus trip that went from school all the way to the bustling city, finally parking next to the Migration museum so that the other classes with the booked tours could get to their designated places in time for the awesome exploration of the various places. We too, would go to the same places throughout the day but, we went to go to explore the Bradman Exhibit in the Adelaide Oval first.
In that Exhibit we learnt that Sir Donald Bradman was married and had 2 kids, that he scored over 20 centuries, which is 100 runs in Cricket and he died with an average of approximately 95 runs per game.
Then we were in for our lunch break which was like 1 hr after recess which was quite early in the morning, after we got rest we set of to the library and we learnt much more beyond our prior knowledge about many things (mainly federation) On that note after the excursion we were given an assignment about the decades after federation. We were all given a certain decade from 1901-2000.
After we went through the library we set of to the National Art Gallery of South Australia and we split into two different groups, the groups were led by two incredibly good guide tours. Before we started the excursion the teachers gave all of the students a sheet with the decades from 1901-2000. We used this sheet to record as many Famous Art works and artists for each decade and doing so we had to write down our own notes about what we think about the pictures/paintings.
Overall we all had a fun educational day learning outside of the classroom!
Written by Trent & Clement from room 13