In what ways do different symbols and features contribute to the identity of a country? What buildings, physical features, celebrations and traditions contribute to a country's global image?
Use atlases, FactMontster, National Geographic Kids and any other reputable sources to search for information about your country!
Tuesday, 30 May 2017
Sunday, 28 May 2017
Visit this Nasa site to review the parts of an airplane and how they work!
Posted by amalcolm at 23:33
Here are the design instructions for our Flying Falcon paper airplane. Can you name its parts? What happens when you turn both elevator flaps up or down? What happens when you turn one up and the other down? How would adding a paper to the front of the plane affect its flight? What changes can you make to the Flying Falcon to make it fly better?
Posted by amalcolm at 23:28
Sunday, 21 May 2017
Thursday, 18 May 2017
Practice three-digit addition and subtraction with this interactive game. Become a 'Resitance Recruit'. Add and subtract problems to collect 'biorods'. Don't lose your life in the process!!
Posted by amalcolm at 01:13
How is drag or, air resistance related to skydiving? When are the forces balanced and unbalanced? Watch this video again and think about how a parachute's design helps us to land safely.
Posted by amalcolm at 01:00
Check out how this fascinating animal uses the forces of flight to move from tree to tree to escape its predators!
Posted by amalcolm at 00:56
Monday, 15 May 2017
Thursday, 4 May 2017
Posted by amalcolm at 04:16
How are these two dogs the same? What do they have in common? How are they different? Compare and contrast the Great Dane and the English Bulldog.
Posted by amalcolm at 04:11
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Water Balloon in a Bottle Trick! Sick Science! Air is Amazing!
Posted by amalcolm at 03:54
Monday, 1 May 2017
Check out this information about how birds fly from DK Findout! Search the website for lots more information about air and flight!
Posted by amalcolm at 04:51
We are beginning a new unit on Air and Flight in Science. This website is a great resource for reading up on the forces of flight, air, aerodynamics and more. Go on and explore it!
Posted by amalcolm at 04:42