Monday, 17 August 2015

Week 3 Term 3 Safe Kids

This week your group will be looking at the safety of children.  Click on the link below to look at the site on Safe Kids. Choose one topic from the link and then complete the work given in the table below.

Walt - share information we read with a wider audience
Success Criteria - Understand information about safety and share with others.

Response activity
Vocabulary (find the meaning of these words)
Choose a topic to study
1.fires flames or glows.
2.Related to injuries and bone injuries
3. hospitalisation and death
4.If under 140 cm people should be in car seat if not you will be fined object cutting or hurting someone.
6.helmets, bright vest and light when  dark.
7.stop, look, listen and link.
8.scrapes bruising and pain. out for traters animls and people., people and guns can be poisoning
11.cream, medication and first aid kit.
12.You can have dreams at a setin age you can die mby having a bad dream.
13.parks, boards,helmets, and outside.
14.water may be dirty to hot or poisoning and drowning.
Collect information about your topic.
Read the information and branch off to other sites recognised by the NZ government to find more. Collect information relevant to your topic and record in the box below.

Analysing information
Analyse the information you collected above and paste the information you will use for your sharing work in this box. Make sure you cater for your target audience.

Applying information
Who are your target audience? (children, parents, teachers...)
How will you teach your chosen audience about the safety topic you have studied this week?
Make a plan of your presentation.
Make a checklist of what you need to have (images, colourful text...)
Create your sharing work ready to be shared

Sharing information
Share your creative work with your audience (blog, presentation, newsletter, poster...)

Wednesday, 12 August 2015

Today we learnt about decimals in maths with Mr Nath and Ms Sue.We learnt a lot about decimals and fractions.
1/10 is written as 0.1 in decimals  
1/100 is written as 0.01 in decimals

Aug 12, 2015 1:01:57 PM.jpg