Revolting Recipe by Andrew

Poison soup by Andrew

  • First get the rats eye balls then pour the 1000g of the bats blood into the bowl.
  • Then add the 5 cracked pieces of concrete and the 20 hearts, then mix extremely fast until it goes very squishy.
  • After, add the rat poison to the bowl then smash the ingredients with the bat, then add the poo to the bowl then squish it with the bat.
  • Then grab the eye balls and cover it with the poo, then put it back in the cauldron
  • Turn the heat on the oven to 100,000,000 Celsius till it goes hot and crispy.
  • Then you’re ready to eat. 

 

  • Hope you enjoy!

Bridge Construction – Kyle

Aim: To build a model of a sturdy bridge.

Materials:

  • Lego
  • Pencil
  • A book
  • Eraser

Method :

  1. Using a pencil, draw a sketch of the bridge. Rub out any errors with your eraser.
  2. Using the Lego, build three bases on three pieces of land.
  3. Find some pieces of Lego to join together and act as a road.
  4. Build the road on the three bases.
  5. Build the barriers of the roads so the cars don’t fall off the bridge.
  6. Now, construct the stairs/ramp using Lego so the cars and the people can get access to the bridge.
  7. Add water to decorate the bridge.

Good luck building the bridge!!

Bridge Construction by Jamison

Bridge Construction!

Aim: Working in groups, build a bridge using different construction materials.

Materials: Pencils, Eraser, Straws, Scissors and Masking Tape

Procedure:

  1.     Draw your bridge design into your Inquiry book.
  2.   Build four platforms.
  3.     Make five arches.
  4.     Join two straws together. Repeat four times.
  5.     Cut straws into quarters and tape seven together.
  6.      Then join them all together.

Hopscotch-Jamison

You can play with up to 2 or more people to play with.

MATERIALS/EQUIPMENT

  • Concrete
  • Chalk
  • Players
  • Stone

Instructions to draw the hopscotch grid

1. Start off with a simple chalk square.

2. Add on more not forgetting you can have double squares.

3. You can draw as many squares as you want but normally they have eight squares.

4. When you have finished with the squares draw numbers in the squares.

Instructions to play hopscotch

1. First get a stone.

2. Throw (not piff) the stone onto a square.

3. Start hopping (jump on the double squares) turn 180 degrees go back to the start and collect the stone on the way back.

Agideas Excursion – Nelia and Elma

This excursion was held on the 30th of April 2013, at the Great Hall, National Gallery of Victoria.

We went by train, it was a little bumpy but so much fun!

The students who went were – Lincoln, Bailey, Nelia, Elma, Liam, Keely, Ashleigh and Adam.

We saw Nick who talked to us about what made our life easier and fun.

After he had done his speech we had to write our problems and draw some designs to improve it, for example I made a robot named Roboomattic because it was hard for me to get up for school. What it did was it woke me up in the morning and got me dressed for school.

We would like to thank Mrs Mrs McLeod, Mrs Gary, and the parents for taking us on the excursion, Miss Rapinett for organising the notices and especially the teachers who chose us to represent our school.

BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION – Georgie

Aim: Working in groups, build a bridge using straws.

Materials:

  • Straws
  • Scissors
  • Masking Tape
  • Pencil
  • Inquiry Book
  • Eraser

Procedure:

  1. Draw a bridge design into your Inquiry Learning Book.
  2. Start to gather your materials.
  3. Start making the base poles. You will need 4 poles with 25 each.
  4. Cut two poles into 1 third and 2 thirds.
  5. Make 5 roads with 9 straws each.
  6. Stick all the roads together.
  7. Stick the poles underneath the road.
  8. NOW YOU ARE DONE!!!

ENJOY!!!!

Bridge Construction – Summah

AIM: Working  in groups, build a bridge using different construction materials.

 Materials:

  • Lego
  • Pencils
  • Erasers
  • Pen

Procedure:

Step 1: Draw your bridge into your Inquiry Learning Book.
Step 2: Get all the bits of Lego you need to build your bridge.
Step 3: Start by grabbing your bottom pieces and connect them try and make the bottom smooth.
Step 4: build your bridge the way you drew your bridge in your book.
S
tep 5: As you are building your bridge another thing to do is

 HAVE FUN BUILDING YOUR BRIDGE!

Bridge Construction – Jake

AIM: To make a bridge out of the chosen material

MATERIALS:

  • Straws
  • Tape
  • Scissors

PROCEDURE:

  1. Build your bridge out of straws.
  2. Make arches and put them on top of the bridge.
  3. Make support sticks and make them under the bridge to hold it up.
  4. Make some ramps and stick them on to the ends
  5. Now make a car for decoration  [optional]

By Jake

Bridge Construction – Ella and Sharni

Bridge Construction!

Aim: working in a group, use straws to build a bridge construction.

Materials:

  • Straws
  • Scissors
  • Masking tape
  • Inquiry book
  • Pencils
  • Eraser

Procedure

  1. Draw your design into your inquiry book.
  2. Start to gather all your materials.
  3. Start making the base polls with 25 straws in each. You will need to make 4 polls.
  4. Cut 2 poles into one third and two thirds.
  5. Make the 5 roads with 9 straws in each road.
  6. Stick all the roads together in a single line.
  7. When that’s done stick the poles underneath the roads.
  8. Now you are done.
  9. ENJOY!!!

By Ella & Sharni

Bridge Construction

Bridge Construction Task.

Aim:
Working in groups, build a bridge using different construction materials.

Materials:
Newspaper
scissors and
masking tape.

Procedure:
Step 1- Make a base and use the tape to tape it together.
Step 2- Roll up five bits of newspaper and tape it all up.
Step 3- Tape up two rolls to the base and tape them together.
Step 4- Put a road on top of the two rolls.
Step 5- Stick one roll on each of the two rolls.