Miss Bryceland and Miss Ali Khan have written some code for some simple games.
To play the games you need to click on the green flag and move your mouse around the screen to avoid the main character. Try to get a high score.
Have a go and then leave a comment so we know what you think.
When you are commenting consider the following:
What did you like about the game?
What worked well?
What needs improving?
How would you make it even better?
Today we will gather information on a particular country.
•Select a country and use the internet to research the country.
•Complete the ‘Country fact sheet’ which requires you to find the countries:
-Population (how many people are in the country?)
-Terrain (type of land features)
-Climate (what is the weather like?)
-Types of Government
-Natural resources (what natural things can we get from this country?)
-Popular holidays and traditions
-Famous landmarks (places)
-Draw the countries map
-Draw the countries flag
You can use the following websites to find your information:
We will be sharing the facts with our classmates!
I look forward to learning about all your selected countries!
Miss Karamaneas 🙂
Stage 3 students have been learning about the levels of government in Australia’s democracy and the role of the parliament in creating laws. Students have also been learning about what it means to be an Australian citizen and how people can participate as global citizens.
To make this learning fun and engaging, we, the Stage 3 teachers set a group task for students where they had to create a wizard world, complete with its own parliament!! In this world, the students became wizards and faced the challenge of representing and making decisions on behalf of their wizard citizens. Students had to come up with a ‘wizardish’ name for their Wizard World like Ziombondi, Flowermania and much more!
Here are some fantastic ‘Wizard Worlds’ created by our creative Stage 3 wizards:
Today we are going to get to know a little bit about blogging.
What is a blog?
What do people use it for?
It is important to know how to be safe online and that includes on a blog.
Now you are here you need to find the following things:
1. A post by Ms Ghassibe
2. The name of someone who has left a comment on the blog
3. Something interesting on the twitter feed
4. 1 blogging safety rule
5. Something else interesting
5/6N are learning about extreme weather conditions and natural events around the world! They now have a research task to do in a group. These are the questions that Mrs Tanak is looking for:
1. What is the natural event/ extreme weather condition?
2. How does it form? How does it occur?
3. Where does it mainly occur?
4. Ways to minimise the effect of this natural disaster/ weather conditions.
5. Some really interesting facts!
5/6N students are to research and present their information report on a poster that is clear, creative, interesting, visually intriguing and has reliable and valid information.
We are looking forward to posting our posters here very soon!
Who likes 3/4Perth’s Voki’s? If you do please post a comment on the blog to tell us how good they are.