Monday, 10 December 2018

These are my dragonfly paragraphs. B- ]

The dragonfly has four crunchy smooth wings. The wings have something heavier than the rest of the wing called ‘pterostigma’ in one word for ‘wing mark’. The pterostigma is like a black heavy blob that causes a vibration ,making the wing move. The dragonfly breaths through a hole in it’s back in between the wing muscles. The front wing muscles are called ‘Indirect musculature’ and the back wing muscles are called ‘direct musculature. They are like people pulling up and down really really fast, so fast you can’t tell when there moving. The dragonfly is found hovering near lakes and swamps as the young dragonfly is aquatic. Dragonflies are commonly found near freshwater habitats throughout most of the world. The dragonfly nymph (young Dragonfly) is capable of producing a painful bite for humans, where the adult dragonfly has no threat to humans. Their bodies are long and slender. The wings are like a transpired pease of plastic, and the lines in the wings are nerves. The dragonfly has a sensitive wings. Dragonflies react much faster than us but when a bullet comes, it reacts more faster than you think. The head always moves first and then going down the body, like a train, head goes first round a corner. It flies up and comes back down, That means it knows where the bullet is going and where the safest route is.

Wednesday, 14 November 2018

The Strange case of Origami Yoda

The Year 6's are reading this novel the Strange Case of Origami Yoda and this is my week 5 work. I've also made a Kahoot quiz about it so let me know if you want to have a go at it.

My first pick - a - path.

WALA: making a pick - a - path. Try it!

Thursday, 20 September 2018

Free Choice Reading Topics

We have had 2 weeks of reading where we get to choose the books we are interested in and want to read.

Friday, 8 June 2018

Foods on Mars (Elliot and Jonathan)

WALA: finding reliable information from more than 2 sources and learning about how people use food in different places.

Thursday, 29 March 2018