Wednesday, May 27, 2015
This is my reading task and I did it with my mum. It was fun. It was fun because I got to ask the questions for once.
Sometimes mum would know the answers, but other times I had to help her.
The book we read was "Good Morning". We used the dice and I asked mum all the questions on the sheet that Miss Plimmer gave me.
We did it in front of the fire. Mum was playing on her phone and doing home work.
She told dad that we are doing home work and mum told dad off.
Sorry that the picture is like this, I took the photo in landscape instead of portrait.
Friday, May 8, 2015
I am blogging this because I like Roald Dahl.
We were learning to make connections
the Giant Peach
The following task is for you to think deeply about. Think about the connections you have made to the story of James and the Giant Peach. It may be the life James had when he lived with his Aunts, or maybe how brave he was when they set off sail on the peach.
I made a connection from the story to myself when… I went on a plane when I was younger and it was so much fun. I was a lot younger.
This story reminds me of something I have seen/read/heard before when…I have a plane book and it reminds me of this book. I would like to go for a ride in a peach.
Choose one of these sentences to write - you’re either like James or you’re not
- I think that I am like James because…I get bossed around by Olivia my sister
- I think that I am not like James because… I live in a house and my name is Oscar.
Extra for experts
See if you can make a connection to the world in relation to the adventures James and his friends go on :) my dad's brother has been on lots of planes
Posted by Oscar Jackson at Friday, May 08, 2015
Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Write down five things to think about when you bounce a basketball.
- Feet shoulder width apart
- hands flat up and down
- hands and fingers apart
- it is only allowed to up to your hips not any further
- about moving
What are the main four parts of basketball?
How can you protect the ball from a defender?
keep your back from there face
What was challenging for you?
shooting the ball into the hop
What was your favourite part?
What would you have liked to have learned more of?
I have learnt everything that I want to learn
What is something you learned?
how to keep the enemy from stealing the ball from me.
Posted by Oscar Jackson at Tuesday, May 05, 2015
Friday, May 1, 2015
Hi name is Oscar and have been working on my ANZAC task Week One and Two. It took me 4 or 5 days to do. If you want to do it you have to do your own one. Read down below. :)
ANZAC Task Week One and Two
Compulsory Task 1 - 7
Task One: When was World War I?
1914 july 28
Task Two: Name 10 countries that participated in World War I
3.THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE
Task Three: When was World War II?
1939 july. 7
Task Four: Name 10 countries that participated in World War II
Task Five: ANZAC is an acronym - what does it stand for?
australian and new zealand army corps.
Task Six: Name three other acronyms and what they stand for
1.anzac - australia new zealand army corps
2.lol - Laugh out loud
3.bnz - Bank of New Zealand
Task Seven: Use this quiz site to answer the following questions
Where is Gallipoli?
When did the first ANZACs land at ANZAC cove?
4.28am on sunday 25 april 19 15
Where did nurses serve in World War I?
vladivostok ,Burma,india, persian gulf,egypt,greece, italy,france and england
Task 9: Listen to the audio of “The Last Post” Click here Write down how it makes you feel. This should be a mini paragraph.
it makes me feel OK because I don t now eney one that got kill
Task 10: Watch the video on how to make ANZAC biscuits. Turn the sound off on your computer and Click here. Record how to make them - use your eyes to watch and NOT your ears to listen.
- We need one bowl of oatmeal
- One small bowl of plain flour
- One small bowl of sugar
- Icing sugar
- Then you stir it for 5 or 6 minutes
- Half a cup of sugar
- Stir for 5 or 6 minutes
- Then get another new bowl and put big chunks of butter
- Two cup maple syrup
- Baking powder
- Baking soda
- Stir it for 4 or 5 minutes
- Four little cups of hot water
- Then stir for 3 or 4 minutes
- Then stir your butter for 4 or 5 minutes
- Then pour in cold water
- Then pour in the butter
- Then sir it untill it looks like oatmeal
- Then put small bits of your baking and push down not too hard.
Posted by Oscar Jackson at Friday, May 01, 2015