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Thursday, 24 May 2018

Financial Literacy

              Thank you so much PWC
This week Monday to Thursday Glen brae school had Financial Literacy. We learnt How to save , borrow , spend and lend money , also we learnt  how to protect our identity by not sharing anything about your personal life. We had so much fun with Georgia R , Georgia B and Rebecca they gave out a lot of stickers to us all because we were very good.

By Ngakiri

Friday, 18 May 2018

Ledends of maui

How to be an Active learner

Clubs

               Clubs
On Thursday the 17th of May 2018, the whole school split into
different clubs. Ukulele , Craft , Art , junior science  , drumming
and much much more. I am in Craft with Mrs Raj and Miss Card.


I had a few friends in my club. There names are Anastacia and
Bianca. For our clubs we made some stain glass windows like
the kinds of glass you see in a church. So we used glue sticks ,
scissors , laminating cards and stain window plastics.


Firstly, we got the laminating cards and opened it then we got
our glue stick and scissors to cut and glue the stain window
plastics. Next we cut some stain window plastics and sticked it to
the laminating cards. Some of us made crosses and some of us'
just used different kinds of colours.


Clubs was very fun. I didn’t even want to leave because we all
were having so much fun with Mrs Raj and Miss Card.

By Ngakiri

Wednesday, 16 May 2018

Saturn

           Facts about Saturn
Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun and the second biggest
planet in our solar system. Saturn was also named after the father
of the god Jupiter in Roman mythology and the last of the planets
known to ancient.


Saturn has four main groups of ring and three fainter narrower ring
groups. Three groups are separated by gaps called divisions. Close
up views of Saturn's rings by the voyager spacecrafts , which flew by
them in 1980 and 1981 , showed that these seven ring groups are
made up of thousands of small rings.


Saturn has 62 moons and 150 rings. Saturn has been known as a
fabulous ring system that was first observed in 1610 by the astronomer
Galileo Galilei.


Saturn is one of the outer planets also saturn and its rings and almost
wider than earth. 53 of saturn’s rings have been named because they
are very special. Saturn's rings are made out of water , ice , rocks , dust
and other chemicals.




Planets

WALT: write an information report on the solar system


Success criteria: My writing will have all the structural and
language features of an information report.
                                   The solar system
There are eight planets in our solar system , Mercury ,  
Venus , Earth , Mars , Jupiter , Saturn , Uranus and finally
Neptune. They all surround the Sun by going around it.


Mercury is the smallest planet in the solar system , mercury
has wrinkles and also is the closest planet from the Sun.
A day on Mercury takes 176 earth days.


Venus has no moons or rings and is named after a roman
goddess. Venus and Earth are nearly
the same size , No one can land on venus because it is the
hottest planet in the solar system.


Earth is the planet we live on and  is the only planet in
our solar system not to be named aftera Greek or Roman
deity. The Earth is thought to have been formed about
4.6 billion years ago by collisions in the giant disc-shaped
cloud of material that also formed the Sun


A sidereal day on Mars is the length of time that it takes
the planet to rotate once on its axis
so that stars appear in the same place in the night sky.
Mars also has the highest mountain in the solar system.


Jupiter is covered in clouds Jupiter is the 5th planet from
the sun Jupiter’s giant red spot is a raging storm Jupiter
is the biggest planet in the solar system It is a giant spinning
storm , resembling a hurricane the storm is about 3 1/2
times the diameter of Earth Jupiter is a gas planet
Saturn is the 6th planet from the sun and is the second
largest planet also has best known for its fabulous ring
system that was first observed in 1610 by the astronomer
Galileo Galilei.
Saturn has moon and rings Jupiter outer rings are extremely
Jupiter’s rings are made out of dust and icy chunks. Saturn
has the most extensive rings in the solar system and Saturn has
150 moons and smaller moonlets.
Uranus is the 7th planet from the sun , People have named
uranus the icy planet. Uranus has 15 moon and is the 3rd
largest planet in the solar system. Uranus thin rings around
it like all the other planets The only probe to visit also it
spins the sides.
Neptune is the eighth planet from the Sun making it the most
distant in the solar system. This gas giant planet may have
formed much closer to the Sun in early solar system history
before migrating to its present position.






Monday, 14 May 2018

Jupiter

        Facts about Jupiter


Jupiter is covered in clouds Jupiter is the 5th planet from the sun
Jupiter’s giant red spot is a raging storm Jupiter is the biggest planet
in the solar system It is a giant spinning storm, resembling a hurricane
the storm is about 3 1/2 times the diameter of Earth Jupiter is a gas
planet.
Its ring is mostly comprised of dust particles from some of Jupiter’s
moons during impacts from comets and asteroids. The ring system
begins about 92,000 km above Jupiter’s clouds and reaches more
than 225,000 km from the planet
The largest of Jupiter’s moons, Ganymede is the largest moon in the
solar system. The moons are sometimes called Jovian satellites the
and the largest of them are Ganymede , Callisto , Io and Europe.
Jupiter has a very strong magnetic field. This is around 14 times
stronger than the magnetic field found on Earth , the largest of any
planet in the solar system.
Jupiter is the fourth brightest object in our solar system. After the Sun,
the Moon and Venus, Jupiter is the brightest and is one of five planets
which can be seen by naked eye from Earth.




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