This is a newspaper based on the book called 'Tuesday' by David Wiesner. it's about toads flying around at night. Hope you enjoy.
This is a book made on a website called storyjumper our class have been learning about the Jabberwock and now we wrote a report about this creature..
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In class we have been using these apps called Imovie and Morfo Booth. We made an interview of an famous astronaut. My astronaut is called Anna Lee Fisher.
Unbelievably, Anna Lee Fisher was the first mother to go up to space. How would you feel if you followed this significant pioneer’s dream? This might mean you’ll see the shiny,beautiful stellar (stellar is another word for star). Well, if you were selected by NASA to be an astronaut, what would you do first? Read on to find out about this extraordinary pioneer’s life.
In a small town in New York there was a sound like a baby was crying: It was Anna! Little did his parents know (Riley Fisher Tingles) their kid might ever be a pioneer. As Anna grew up, she went to a San Pedro school. The following year she got fascinated by medical issues. In her final years she graduated from the San Pedro school in 1967.
Soon afterwards, she rested for a while then changed her school. She went to a medical school (UCLA)- they wanted to give Anna a Masters of Science in Chemistry in 1987. When she received this, she worked in a hospital : A one year internship at Harbor General Hospital in Torrance (HGH)
The following year ,she was married to a young fellow called William Bill Fisher. Subsequently, she gave birth to a child called Kristen Fisher. Several months later, she changed her mind about being an astronaut. So she began to train: She had to train for a whole year. It was extremely dangerous and tiring. But Anna nailed it! It was 1978, NASA had decided. Whether to let Anna be selected or not. But you know what? NASA selected her to be an astronaut! Few weeks later, Anna had been given a mission… As she got onto the rocket, the countdown started 3...2...1...0! She blasted off to outer space. She said to herself, “ When the rockets go off you may not know where you’re going but you know you're going somewhere.” She just had recognized she was in space! This is how she was famous: she was the first mother up to space.
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On Monday,my team had to try and make the tallest newspaper building, which needed a strong base but guess what? My teem lost! At first we got the idea but then the news paper got crumpled up! But I had a fun time and I got to learn more things! Mistakes are good because you'll learn from it.
On Tuesday, I had to investigate how many drops of water can fit on a coin. My team guessed 10 but the actual number was 44! As I put drops on the coin it would look like a dome and when we counted up to 43 it was a perfect dome shape and on 44 was better but on 45 the water splashed. There was an other experiment we had to build a boat out of modeling clay after all the groups had finish making the boat we tested how many marbles could go in. My group only got two but the other group got 20! It was hard making it but I had fun.
On Wednesday, we did the Egg drop challenge. we had to make a place for an egg to fit in and we had to throw it down. ( 2 metres ) and ( 4 or 5 metres ) I built one with a basket but the side of the egg cracked. my group ( friends ) shouted ''No!'' it was still fun building it.
Today ( Thursday ) I made a boat that looked like a raft with wheels and the hard part was cutting the cardboard into circles and attaching them onto sticks. At the end I got it and there was a team called ' Chocolate Milkshake'' and they won! I've never won any before but it's okay.
I wonder what I'm going to do with Mr. Kenyon?.....