30 September 2015

Ant ~ By Bob

Ant


A forest squashed by heavy feet.
Terrified and amazed at the towering sky scraper.
Gripping tightly to the tree as the "friendly" giant waves.
Alarmed, scurrying back to safety.


By Bob

Fly ~ By Isabella

Fly


Not causing any trouble
Only trying to escape
Surprised by the attack
Chased, caged, stunned
Dead.


By Isabella

19 September 2015

Playground ~ By Alisa

Today Alisa wrote about the playground to practice I, like, to, play, on, the.


I like to play on the swings. I like to play on the slide. I like to play on the monkey bars. 

By Alisa

12 September 2015

Frozen ~ By Alisa



Alisa and I had fun writing about Elsa and Anna from Frozen to practise writing like, my, is.


Elsa likes singing. I like Elsa and Anna. My favourite is Elsa because she has a pretty dress.


By Alisa

9 September 2015

Eyes ~ By Bob

Did you know:


  • Eyes are a bit like cameras.
  • The iris lets in different amounts of light - when you are in the dark, your pupil gets bigger. When you are in bright light, your pupil gets smaller.
  • If your lens isn't working properly, you should get glasses. Glasses help the light to travel in the right way for the lens in your eye to see. 
  • If you have blue eyes, your skin is pale and you don't have much melanin to protect you from the sun. 
  • If you have brown eyes, your skin is darker and you have more melanin. 


2 September 2015

How crayons are made ~ By Bob

How crayons are made

What you need:
Crayon making machine on a production line
Paraffin wax
Secret powder
various synthetic chemicals
steric acid
mould
boxes
glue
labels
color powder
scale

What to do:

 1. Melt the wax at 62 degrees Celcius in a big pot.
2. Add the secret powder.
3. Add the various synthetic chemicals and the steric acid.
4. Pour in the color powders to produce the color that you need.
5. Blend the mixture for 45 minutes.
6. Insert the wax into the crayon shape mould.
7. Cover the mould in cold water to make the wax cold and set.
8. Scrape off the extra wax on top of the mould and use it later to make more crayons.
9. Push the crayons out of the mould and onto the conveyor belt.
10. Put the crayons into the gluer and slot it into the revolving drum.
11. Slap a label onto each crayon and use the robot arm to wrap it around the crayon.
12. Sort out the crayons into boxes that match the color.
13. Programme the machine to drop one crayon per color into the tray.
14. Slide the each tray of crayons into each box.
15. Weigh the boxes of crayons to check if each box has the same weight and not one less or more crayon.
16. Fold the flaps of the boxes to keep it closed.
17. Sell the boxes of crayons.