Monday, 9 December 2013

Healthy Food Activity.

Write fruit which start with each letter:
Ita palm
Kiwi fruit
Yellow Watermelon

Write down 10 vegetables
1 Carrots
2 Broccoli
3 Asparagus
4 Bean sprouts
5 Beetroot
6 Cabbage
7 Lettuce
8 Parsley
9 Rosemary
10 Onions

Write down 5 examples of carbohydrates
1 Sugar
2 Candy
3 Pasta
4 Soft Drinks
5 Cakes

Write down 5 examples of protein
1 Meat
2 Fish
3 Nuts
4 Dairy Products
5 Beans

Write down 10 unhealthy food
1 Chocolate
2 Soft Drinks
3 Chips
4 Biscuits
5 Meat
6 Candy
7 Donuts
8 Pork
9 Takeaways
10 Pies

Write down 5 healthy drinks
1 Water
2 Juices
3 Up and Go
4 Milk
5 Milo

What did you have for dinner last night? Scrambled eggs with bread and onions.

Is it healthy or unhealthy? Unhealthy.

Why is it healthy or unhealthy? It is unhealthy because egg are not good for us.

Plan a weekly menu for dinner and make sure it is healthy.


What is Christmas?

Christmas is a celebration of Jesus Christ’s birthday, held on the 25th December in the Western Church.
Christmas is a civil holiday in many of the worlds nations.
In the birth year of Jesus is estimated to most historians, to have been between 7 and 2 BC, the real month and day of his birth are unknown.
People think Christmas is on January the 6th, but most people believe it is on December the 25th.

History of Christmas.

Many of our Christmas traditions were celebrated before Jesus Christ was born.
Many of these traditions began with the
Mesopotamian celebration of New Years.
People only gave attention to Jesus when he was baptist, but when it was his birthday no one gave attention to him.

Where does the word Christmas come from?

The word ‘Christmas’ comes from Cristes maesse, an English phrase that means Mass of Christ.

Who is Jesus?

Jesus is a son of a peasant women.
He grew up in a village where he worked up in a carpenters shop until he was thirty.
After three days he became a wandering preacher.
He never wrote a book, held an office, he never owned a family or a house, he never went to college, he never visited a big city and he never travelled 200 miles away from the place where he was born.
He never had anything bad about him.
His father told him that he is a saviour because he crucified on the cross.
Jesus sacrificed himself for us.
When he was thirty-three years old, the tide of public opinion turned against him, and his friends ran away.
When he died he was laid in a borrowed grave of his pity friend.
He died on the age thirty-three.

Santa Claus

Santa Claus is known as Saint Nicholas, Father Christmas or Kris Kringle.
Santa is a fantasy figure with legendary, mythical, historical and folkloric origins who, in many western cultures, is said to bring gifts to homes for good children on the night before Christmas.

Netbook Reflection.

How has having a netbook help my learning?
  • Research informations from other sites.
  • Google Drive saves our work automatically.
  • We can see our class site from home.
  • We can get our work from our class site.

Has having a netbook help you communicate with your teacher?
Yes. We can send emails or we can share our work to our teacher.

What have you learnt online?
I learnt stuff about Transport, Simple Mechanism, Histories, Christmas, Heat and Other things & people.

What have you learnt from your friends?
My friend taught me how to connect to the internet.

Have you helped other people this year?
Yes. I’ve taught my friend how to upload images and how to use her netbook when she first had it.

How has digital learning help your learning?
Digital learning has helped me to communicate with other people by posting things onto my blog.

Nelson Mandela:Prisoner to President.

Nelson Mandela was in prison for 27 years in Robben Island. Then he became the first black president in South Africa. Nelson Mandela was released from prison in 1990, and he made a peaceful end to the racist apartheid regime with the leaders of South Africa’s white minority government. After 3 years Nelson Mandela shared a Nobel Peace Prize with F.W de Klerk, the last president of South Africa elected in a whites only election. Nelson Mandela was put in Pretoria Hospital on June 8th for a treatment of a recurring lung infection, the fourth time he was hospitalized since December.