- In which town or city is this located?
- Which type of building might it be on?
- Who might use these numbers? Bonus points for more than 3 groups of people.
- Why were these particular numbers used for this particular place?
The artist Phibs has created this street art mural.
1. Where is it located in Perth?
2. Why would Phibs have been asked to create this mural in this place?
Q1. Where is this located, the spot where the photographer was standing? Tell us the suburb, local government area, state and country it is in.
Q2. Where is that boat going to? Tell us the name of the waterway.
Q3. Watch this clip, and tell us how the waterway has changed.
LEVEL UP BONUS QUESTION: This waterway had a very negative name in the late 1800s. What was it?
Q1. Where is this located? Tell us the name of the special area it is in.
Q2. Tell us the suburb, local government area, state and country it is in.
Q3. Who builds these boxes?
BIG HINT: Did you spot a box up in the tree with the words ‘gobatty.com.au’ written on it?
LEVEL UP TIP: Use full sentences. Capital letters and punctuation will get you far!
Try my Scratch game below. What do you like about it? What do you think needs improving?
New to Scratch programming? Try these useful tutorial cards.
TIP: think of a game that you like playing in real life, or on the Scratch community. Use this as a format for your game, Here’s some ideas:
Garage Band on the iPad is a fabulous tool for creating your own music which you can use with integrity in any of your own multimedia projects.
3. Think LOOPS! These are patterns of music that can be joined together to create a catchy song.
4. Aim to create on the iPad as quickly as possible – they are not always available. Keep a note on which iPad you are using.
5. When you are happy with your tune, get it onto your PC. Try emailing it to your PC. (this might take a few minutes, so be patient.) This guide is useful.
6. Plan B for getting your Garage Band song onto your PC: airdrop the song to your teacher’s iPad. They can then send it to you via email OR OneDrive.
Once you have received your song on your PC, use Audacity to make changes, including putting it in a format which suits your project. You will need an extra bit of software called a LAME Encoder. This can be downloaded onto your PC from here.
Use 3 beebots. Create a synchronised dance using ‘I Like to Move It’.
Check out these clips to find out how countries work together.
THE BIG PICTURE: Exploration of observable patterns helps us to understand the universe. Our curiosity about space can lead to new understandings.
Take this quiz.
With a partner, read this page. Add to your OneNote space. Tell us what you know from this page about our solar system.
Search on ABC Splash. Use the search term ASTRONOMY. Choose your resources carefully to add to this understanding: The Earth is part of a system of planets. Add your new understandings to your OneNote.