Thursday, June 13, 2019

Week Eight: Blogging Task

This weeks blogging task is something a little bit different! I want you to answer:

"Where do you see yourself in ten years time?" 

Describe what you will be doing, where you will be living, and what your aspirations, dreams and goals will be at this stage. Consider who you will be friends with, and think about your family too.

Include enough information so that the reader can picture exactly what your future life will look like.


Saturday, June 8, 2019

100WC Week Seven

The prompt this week will get your imaginations working! It is:
…it looked just like a glass of water…
Things to think about:
  • What is it?
  • What should it look like?
  • Is there a problem with it?
  • How do you feel if it isn’t a glass of water?

Sunday, June 2, 2019

100 Word Challenge: Week 6

This weeks blogging prompt is five words. Be sure to include them all in your 100 words, and if you're not sure what any of them mean check an online (or hard copy!) dictionary first. The five words are:

                     Rose      Scooter       Excited      Late      Transparent 



Saturday, May 25, 2019

Week 5 100 WC

We are investigating feelings this week. In particular, I want to know about the angry you. The prompt that you must include in your writing is:
"… I was so cross that …"
Remember that cross is another word that means angry. Things to think about:
  • What gets you cross/angry?
  • How do you feel?
  • What do you do?
  • How do you move on from this feeling?

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

100 WC Extra Tasks


Here are two extra 100 word challenges. Use these pictures to inspire you and your writing. Happy blogging!




Sheep Eye Dissection

This week we began the hands on part of our Science Inquiry unit, The Human Body! This unit links strongly to our explanation writing unit this term and will be the inspiration for many of our pieces.

On Monday we investigated the digestive system and replicated the process with baked beans, sponge cake, and liquids to represent elements such as bile and enzymes. Miss McGowan did the demonstration without gloves much to everyones disgust!

On Tuesday, we dissected sheep's eyeballs in groups. There were a lot of oohs and aahs, breaks to get some fresh air for those who felt queasy, but most importantly lots of fun hands on learning! As we dissected the eyeballs we learnt the names of different parts, and some of their functions. Room 6 is looking forward to more dissections next week!

 

 

Saturday, May 18, 2019

100 Word Challenge Blogging

This weeks blogging prompt is the picture below. Remember, aim to write as close to 100 words as you can, and ensure the picture either inspires, or is discussed in your writing. Maximum of 20 minutes writing time - get those creative brain juices flowing!