Monday, August 31, 2009

Space,Stars and Planets

Look at this planet.It is Mars. It is called the red planet. Mars has lots of rocks
on it. We can't live on Mars because there isn't a lot of oxygen. Mars is the
4th planet from the Sun. Mars is after Earth.

By D.J.l


The Earth is as big as a ball. It is big and blue. The Earth has lots of water. If we don't have any water we would not survive.


Saturn is a planet that has a lot of moons. It has a ring around it and a ring on the top of it. To live on the planet you would need a whole supply of food and a rocketship to fly there. The closest planets to Saturn are Uranaus and Neptune.

What are the rings of Saturn made from?

Shining rings of billions of tiny chips of ice, rock,and dust.


Your amazing body

The biggest bone is in your leg. The smallest bone is in your ear. You have more than 200 bones.The largest muscles are at the top of your leg. The smallest muscles are in your ear.

Can you name all the bones in the human body? Here is a picture to help you.
By A.D and H.H


Did you know that most dust is from your skin?
Did you know that your smallest bone is in your ear?

Children have 20 teeth and adults have 32 teeth.
Can you see the names for the different teeth?


Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Fables- by Room 20

Room 20 have been reading and writing Fables. This is an example of one fable written by one of the Year Six students. (K.S)

Monday, August 17, 2009


Once upon a time in a savanah by the edge of the ocean there was a lion. This lion was very selfish. One day he was out hunting and saw a hare. He ran as fast as he could and soon he cornered it. The lion was about to eat the hare when he saw a walrus by the water's edge and he ran after it.
BUT the walrus rolled into the water. The lion swam after it but the walrus was too fast for the lion and it swam away to safety. Then a shark came and bit the lion and a big wave came and washed the lion back to the shore. The lion picked himself up and went after the hare. However, the lion fell lover and hurt himself and never caught the hare.
The lion had to go hungry that day.

Moral of the story:
It is sometimes wiser to be content with what you have. (or you may end up with nothing)

by Z.K

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Porqoui Tales (or in this case tails!!!)

These tales tell how or why something in nature came to be.
This is an example of how the kangaroo got its tail. (the class voted- I should have known that the farting baked beans story would have won the vote!!! K.S)