Room 16 class blog – Term 1 Week 11
In week ten a police officer came in to talk about keeping us safe online. She said that we need to be careful on what we post online because if you post it, it stays there forever. It is called a digital footprint and it stays on your profile forever.
Exhibition of HASS:
On Friday the 6th of April (last Friday) all the year 5s had an exhibition of HASS. We shared our learning and our HASS posters. We enjoyed teaching others our knowledge and receiving feedback from other students. We interviewed 2 students in our class, this is what they said:
Ethinia enjoyed reading her information to others and Haasith enjoyed receiving constructive feedback to improve his work.
Classes favourite subject and why:
The classes favourite subject was art because they get to be creative. We enjoyed creating name art. We had to present our name in an art work and our name had to stand out.
No one ever made a difference by being like everyone else.
Even when a snake has its eyes closed, it can still see through its eyelids.
The fun-run is on Friday the 13th of April. Students will get the chance to wear old clothes and run around the oval getting bombed with colour supplied by CUA. Students are looking forward to running around the oval, getting bombed with colour and having fun.
Brigitte and Suzy
(class bloggers weeks 9,10,11)
Term 1 Week 8
Our class is having the opportunity to go to swimming classes at the ARC. We are learning the different movements and swimming techniques.
The school’s fantastic fives had a lesson to make friendship bracelets to gift to one another. The materials we needed were: wool, sticky tape and ourselves.
Term 1 week 5
Hello Everyone, we are Anan and Justin, we will be your class bloggers for this week. This week we have been learning about decimals in maths. We have been challenged in maths with decimals.
Moving on to art. This week the year 5’s have been doing Impressionism by Claude Monet. We have just started our impressionism art.
Time for history, for history have been learning about the early settlement of Australia, as week 3 bloggers (Jasmine and April) mentioned we went on an excursion to the Migration museum, art gallery and botanic gardens.
In English we have been learning about narratives and describing a setting, here is one:
As I sat on the edge of a bridge the only sounds I could hear was the water crashing on the rocks and the fish jumping up and down, it also had a spectacular view of cliffs in the distance.
In spelling we have been learning about Macrons and Breves. A macron is saying a letter but the word sounds longer, and a brief is saying a letter but it sounds shorter.
In health we have been learning about being safe and not talking to strangers and different warning signs.
And that’s all for this week. Thank You.
From Anan and Justin.
Term 1 Week 3
Hi we`re April and Jasmine! We’re the first class bloggers for the year! How exciting! These first few weeks have been AMAZING! Our class has faced many challenges along the way such as riddles. Here is one:
A man drove his car down to a hotel. He stopped out the front of a hotel sighed and said “I’m bankrupt!” Why was he bankrupt?
These past three weeks we have been learning about heaps of things, one of the things is place value in maths we have been looking at billion, millions, hundred thousand`s, ten thousand`s, thousands, hundreds, tens and ones. If you add all of these together it equals 8 digits.
In English, we have been working on narratives. A narrative is a fictional story [made up story]. We started with quick write which is a small story written in 20 minutes. On the board there is a picture that we have to add in our story. This is the structure of a narrative:
- Series of events
- Coda [optional]
On the 15th of February 2018, our class went on our first excursion for the year! It was to the art gallery, Migration Museum and the Botanical Gardens. At the art Gallery we looked at lots of artists such as:
- John Glover
- Hans Heysen
We also looked at the artist’s paintings and sculptures, they were AMAZING!
At the Migration Museum we learned about all the Australian history. At the botanical Gardens, we saw lots of plants. One of them was Ficus Prasinicarpa.
Fun fact: Aboriginals have lived here for over 65,000 years.
In class novel we have been reading the witches by Roald Dahl. We didn’t want to spoil any so we have written the blurb:
The witches have a motto: One child a week is fifty-two year. Squish them squiggle them and make them disappear. The grand high witch of all the world is the scariest of them all, but one boy and the grandmother he adores have a plan to get rid of all the witches for good.
That’s it for it for the blog. See you soon for more exciting news!
Welcome to 2018. This is our classroom blog where you will find updates on the learning taking place in our class. The posts are created by the students in our class and will be regularly uploaded.
We look forward to sharing our learning with you! Hope to see you soon!
Here is a photo of the whole year 5 cohort working collaboratively to create letters with our bodies. Can you figure out what we spelt?