We are learning to create podcasts to share our learning.
Listen to these podcasts from some year 4 students in Melbourne. Their podcast was called Eco-radio and these students were passionate about sustainability and caring for their environment.
Leave a comment here. What did you think of their podcast? Think of the positives, the negatives, and suggest ways they could have improved it. What ideas do you now have for creating your podcast?
We are learning to create our own wonderings and questions about atoms.
ATOMS AND THE BEGINNING OF THE UNIVERSE
Find out about ATOMS AND ELECTRICITY
Atom or Molecule?
We are learning where we can recycle different materials in our local community.
Watch these clips to find out more…
Make a plan. Here’s some useful data:
We are learning about the importance of biodiversity in keeping our planet healthy.
“The bottom line answer to the question about why biodiversity matters is fairly simple: The rest of the living world can get along without us, but we can’t get along without them.” – Sylvia Earle
Click on each picture to find some great information to help you with your sandwich project.
Our big question: how can we protect our seedlings from the crows who visit our school? Click on these pictures to find out more.
THESE PHOTOS WERE SENT TO OUR STUDENTS FROM:
Mrs Helena Nicholson in Dunsborough, Western Australia
Dr Paula Owens in Canterbury, England.
Feeling curious about mushrooms?
Click on each picture to try these information sources:
We are thinking about the different perspectives people can have about the same image.
Choose one person from the list. Write a comment using direct speech which shows their perspective about the poo emoji.
- An elderly person
- A parent
- A five year-old kid
- A teacher
- A uni student
- A Year 7 student
TIP: Before posting, make sure your sentence looks perfect.
WANT TO DO MORE? Post another comment from another person in the list.