Wednesday, January 15, 2014

So far this week...

We had to skip count by 10s, 5s, 2s, and 3s. The 3s one was the hardest because it was going down on an angle. Then we had to count backwards from 100 by 2s. -Nick
We were doing math today and we had to get up and do so many different patterns with our body parts. Wanna try it? ;) Here's what we did:
1. We were counting normally then it got kind of boring.
2. So when we were counting, every time we hit a 2 (a number we would say if we counted by 2s), we put our right hand up.
3. Every time we hit a 5, we put our left hand up.
4. Every time we hit a 10, then we jumped.
5. Then we had to do a pattern for it. Here it is: -Jonathan

We played a game and there's these dice on the projector and if you click on the dice it rolls. We had click on all of them and add them up. -Ashten 

When we were doing the KidBlog, we each got to make up a password. You're not allowed to tell anybody except for the teacher. You had to have at least four letters and one number. It was super fun! -Matt D
Today for on the computer, for first and second recess, I KidBlogged until the recesses were over. But then for last recess it was outdoor recess so I couldn't blog. I'm going to blog when I get home. Here is a picture of the new background of our KidBlogs. -Cole

This week we did brains. First we outlined them with grey or white string. Then there was a lot of colours to pick from for the inside. I've only done one lobe and it was orange. -Karys
Before we did the brains we learned about how our body parts that the senses are connected to work and how they connect to the brain. After Ms. Clarke started on a brain. First she printed all these pictures of brains and then she stuck them to cardboard. Now we are sticking string on them. -Maddy
We learned all of the names of all of the lobes of our brain. They are Frontal Lobe, Temporal Lobe, Occipital Lobe, Parietal Lobe, Cerebellum, and brain stem. Here is a picture of the brain: -Cali

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Room 9!
Your brains sure are a fun, detailed, and sticky project! They are going to look so "smart" when you are finished adding all your colours.
I can't wait to see the finished product.

Great Job everyone,
Mrs. Oddy