Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Learning post: term 2 week 3 2016

IMG_0143.JPGHere is my math task. I

have been learning perimeter and adding up numbers. It is challenging, especially adding up the tricky numbers.

This is my math task for term 2 week 3 2016.

The challenge was it took a long time to do the math. and to do a blog post about this. 

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

learning post week 2 term two 2016

For your passion project, you are allowed to learn and share your learning about any topic you like.

What do you want to do? Be as specific as you can.
A star wars imovie

Why is this a good topic for me?
I am a star wars fan #number one fan
I like the sound effects, and the characters like r2d2   darth vader
Luke skywalker, darth maul. I know all of them
I'm a huge fan

Why i picked star wars
It's  cool
It's  active all the time
It's fun to watch
And it's so exciting

What will it look like when it is finished                                      how will it be presented?
All the characters in the imovie will have a big party
And they lived happily ever after                                                        by video on Imovie          

New learning for you

How to make a play type video on imovie

This is my learning blog post for week two.

Thursday, May 5, 2016

learning post week 1 term two 2016

This is my learning post I am posting this because I am learning about reading and different types of spiders. We were summarising.  

New Zealand Spider has Fastest Jaws in the World

April 13, 2016


Researchers in the United States studied trap-jaw spiders, which live in New Zealand and South America, and found the Kiwi species struck prey with lightning speed.

The New Zealand trap-jaw spider could be the fastest in the world at striking its prey, according to the new research. Scientists used high-speed cameras to study the speed of the spiders attacking prey.

But don’t worry – Kiwi members of the species are tiny. Some of them are less than a millimetre long. New Zealand is home to around 2000 species of spider, with 95 per cent native to New Zealand.

WALT Summarise Information
Answer the following questions

  1. Who are the main people in this news article?
  Researchers in the us. and the scientists probably in the us as well

  1. How did they study the speed of these spiders?
            The scientists used high speed cameras to capcare the footage and write down everything that they saw on that video.
  1. Where do these spiders live?
          They live in   New zealand.

  1. In your own words describe what happened in this news article.
    What happened was that a spider can go very fast to attack the thing that they want to attack.and the scientists used high speed cameras to see how they attack and study the speed of the species of the trap jaw spider.