Friday, 15 April 2016

Making butter Experiment

This is my work on how to make butter. We need double cream, a jar and bread. We also need knives and plates.It work out yummy and nice

Thursday, 14 April 2016

Mentos and soda experiment

Today I have learnt how to do mentos and soda with year 5's.

We had 6 mentos. We put one inside water, put one inside normal sprite and put four inside sprite.

Friday, 8 April 2016

Individual blog post count

This is a graph of my blog post for term 1.

My Xtramath

This is my xtramath and I got 39 right and I got 0 wrong.

Tuesday, 5 April 2016

Friday, 1 April 2016

Origins of Easter

Today this is my work about Origins of Easter it a fact

KWL Chart Crunchy Group

Crunchy Bar Group
Before you begin your research, list details in the first two columns. Fill in the last column after completing your research.

What I am learning:

Before Reading
What do I know about the Tour De France
Before Reading
Questions I have on the Tour De France
After Reading
What I have learnt about the Tour De France
The Tour de France is the world's largest annual sporting event.
It starts at the end of June beginning of July and lasts 3 weeks
How meand day is take
The Grand D├ępart is regularly held outside of France - in 2012 it was
A worldwide television audience of 3.5 billion people watch the Tour de France annually
Over 188 countries around the world broadcast the Tour de France

121 different television channels across the world show the race every year
There are 4,700 hours of TV coverage annually
The last hour of every stage is broadcast live across western Europe
2,000 journalists representing dozens of nationalities attend the Tour every year
1,200 hotel rooms are reserved each night for the team's, staff, press and tour personnel
The Tour de France attracts 12 million spectators along the route in a typical year's race

Today, cyclists ride over 3500 kilometres

this is my Reading book for to day. We learn how to skim and skam.