|A big HELLO from Room 2||
Amie-Grace has worked really hard throughout the term to complete her challenge homework tasks. One of the last one she completed was this rocket ship that could be used to travel to Mars.
With different things happening like Easter it's been a while since we've had a Friday for sharing our challenge homework. There were some amazing examples that were shared this week.
Amie-Grace shared her awesome model of the solar system that she and her mum made using polystyrene balls, tooth picks and pain. The detail on her planets is really great!
Ella has created a rocket ship for travelling to Mars and she has also included a list of things that you would need to take with you to survive on Mars.
Ella also created this artwork for an ANZAC exhibition. She has printed examples of writing from the war and ripped these into pieces and stuck them on her canvas as a background, a bit like paper mache. She then created a poppy using a ribbon and button. A very simple but very effective artwork - well done Ella!
Mitchell shared with us his space alphabet where he managed to get something for each letter of the alphabet.
Mitchell also told us about the things he found out about his grandfather who was in WW1 and he showed us a copy of his war certificate and a photo of him from WW1.
Ruby created this outstanding rocket for travelling to Mars - you can even see the people onboard through the windows. She also created a space alphabet banner with 28 stars to share her ideas.