Saturday, 17 October 2015

Digital citizenship


We learnt about what it means to be a good digital citizen. A digital citizen is when you work on a digital device like a computer, or iPad. We found out that being a good digital citizen involves a lot of respect...just like being a good citizen at school, at home or in our community!

Thursday, 15 October 2015

Miss G's Post on Thursday, 15 October 2015


Easy Blog Photo
We joined the shake out drill along with the rest of the schools in NZ.

Wednesday, 14 October 2015

Stability and co-operation

We had a lot of fun today working together. We had to cooperate to balance together and then problem solve to get our whole team across the court without touching the court!! We only had 3 lino tiles to stand on! It took a lot of thinking. We co-operated really well because we were all working to achieve the same thing. Well done Matai hub. What great problem solvers.

Will's Video on Wednesday, 14 October 2015


Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Magnet exploration and discovery time!

What a fun time we had today using all the equipment in our new magnet kit.  We discovered so many things.  Check out our Padlet on the magnet page to see our emerging ideas and wonderings.

Earthquakes in Otago/Southland


Have you felt any earthquakes this year?  Visit this website to see when Otago and Southland have had earthquakes over the past year. It's amazing just how many we have.  Are you prepared if one happens to be a bit bigger than the rest?  Comment below about what you have done to be prepared.

Sunday, 11 October 2015

Our "Magnet Padlet"

Head to the Magnet page at the top of our Blog to find this "Magnet Padlet" to add your own questions and comments about magnets. When you get to it just double click on it to add you question or comment.  Remember to put your name at the top.


Magnets

 
Try making an electromagnet.  Having an adult around to help would be a good idea. Read the instructions carefully.

 
Can you make this work?  What do you need?

  
Try this experiment.
What questions do you have?

Watch this video to learn a little about magnets.


How does this experiment work? Can you make it and explain it to a friend?


Can you test the strength of different magnets by doing this experiment?  
How will you show the results?