Ruby shared with us her artwork for an ANZAC exhibition.
Ella shared her Space alphabet.
Iela also shared her Space alphabet.
And so did Tevita.
Alphabet Key - create an alphabet of things related to Outer Space. Present your alphabet in away that is appropriate to the topic.
Compare life for an ANZAC digger from WW2 with that of an ANZAC soldiers today. What has changed and what has stayed the same?
Create a model which shows the planets in the solar system. Use materials that you can find at home. Remember to put the planets in the correct order and where possible show their sizes in relation to each other.
Create a poster or flier to advertise a book or story that you have read. Remember to include the title, author, brief description of the book and your opinion of the book.
Create an ANZAC wreath that you could take to an ANZAC day service.
Create a moon diary - each night record the size, shape, colour and position of the moon. Try to do this at the same time and from the same place each time. Remember to include the date along with a picture of what the moon looked like (you can do this with a drawing or a photo). Extra for experts - can you name each of the different moon shapes?
Find out about the Southern Cross constellation and its significance for New Zealand. Write instructions about how to find the Southern Cross and include a diagram of what it looks like. Extra for experts - do the same for another constellation that is seen from New Zealand.
Create an artwork that could appear in an ANZAC Day exhibition.
Find out about the history of ANZAC biscuits and why they are important in New Zealand history. Extra for experts - find an ANZAC biscuit recipe and make some to share at home.
Build a model shuttle/space rocket that could be used to travel to Mars. Remember to think about the things you would need to include so humans can safely travel and land on the red planet.
Take a character from a book or story you have read and create an outside inside description of them. When talking about the outside tell us about their physical traits and what they look like. When talking about the inside tell us about their personality and what they say, think, feel and do.
Compose a song or poem to teach 5 and 6 year olds the order of the planets.
Find out about the food astronauts eat while they are in space. Design a menu for a week on the space station.
Find out about someone in your family who was part of WW1 or WW2. Who were they? Where were they involved? What happened to them? What stories have they shared about being an ANZAC?
Visit a War Memorial within the Ashburton District. Record what the memorial looks like and what it includes on it. Explain why these words or symbols are included. Extra for experts - design a modern memorial to commemorate today’s ANZACs.