Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Thursday 28th of May 2015

The one in the soil 
.how is it growing 
 .it has growin 4cm over night  it is 24cm
.what is it growing 
It has grown two roots
The one in the cotton wool 
How is it growing 
It has grow absalootley nothing in hight 
What is it growing 
It has grown a small root 



Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Wednesday 27th of May

The on in the soil is 20cm and the root have got to the bottom. We planted it on5/5/15. It is growing much faster than the on in the cotton it only is 7cm.  The one in the cotton wool has no roots.

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

Wednesday 20th of May 2015

 the one in the soil it looks like I has grown a leaf and more roots it is 9 cmScience WALT make observations.

In the one in the cotton wool it look like there isn't any changes it is 5cm

Monday, 18 May 2015

Tuesday 19th of May 2015

In the soil one it look like there are more roots
In the cotton wool one it has stared comeing over the side

Science WALT make observations.


Monday 18th of May 2015

Science WALT make observations.


The one in the cotton wool looks like it's opening up
The one in the soil look like there a leafs growing. 
The one in the soil is the biggest in the class

Sunday, 17 May 2015

Ad of poutokomanawa


WALT persuade by advertising POUTOKOMANAWA
Success Criteria
  • Opening statement - introduce your point of view 
  • Use good reasons and evidence to convince your readers 
  • Use facts rather than persuasive comments 
  • Try to get the reader interested and on your side - appear reasonable 
  • Fascinate your readers so that they agree with you  
  • Use strong, positive language 
  • Short sentences can help give emphasis 
  • Make the reader think that everybody else does this, agrees or that it will make them a better, happier person, eg Everyone agrees that..., We all know that...  
  • Draw the reader in, eg At long last the ...... that you have been waiting for  
  • Be informative, persuasive and friendly
  • Alliteration can make slogans memorable, eg Buy British Beef 
  • Use humour as it can help get people on your side 

Wednesday, 13 May 2015

Thursday 14 May 2015

The seed in the soil is looks like ther is a small branch is comeing out the side of the stem.

Science WALT make observations.





The seed in the cotton wool is got like a rot comeing out

Ad of poutokomanawa plan

The Walt is to make a ad about poutokomanawa to make people com in 
  • Opening statement - introduce your point of view 
  • Use good reasons and evidence to convince your readers 
  • Use facts rather than persuasive comments 
  • Try to get the reader interested and on your side - appear reasonable 
  • Fascinate your readers so that they agree with you  
  • Use strong, positive language 
  • Short sentences can help give emphasis 
  • Make the reader think that everybody else does this, agrees or that it will make them a better, happier person, eg Everyone agrees that..., We all know that...  
  • Draw the reader in, eg At long last the ...... that you have been waiting for  
  • Be informative, persuasive and friendly
  • Alliteration can make slogans memorable, eg Buy British Beef 
  • Use humour as it can help get people on your side 

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Sunday, 10 May 2015

Monday, 4 May 2015

Observation and exploring seeds


What are the differences between the seeds?
Dry is hard and wet one is soft and easy to brach
Dry it smell plane and when it wet it smells bad
What do you think caused the differences?
The water  it evolved into a different form 

The process of soaking the seeds was the first step in the germination of a seed. A seed starts to germinate by sending roots down into the soil and a shoot up towards the sunlight.