Mars is the closest it will be to Earth for the next 15 years. Here is a chart you can download and view that will tell you where to look in the night sky. For further reading, Kids News has an article about Mars this week and why it is so bright.
We cannot finish the term with a traditional footy parade this year, so we’ve gone “virtual”. Thanks to everyone who sent in a picture and thanks to Raf (5/6SC) who helped put this together.
As we approach “Footy Day” on Friday, let’s see how the different teams are supported at our school by completing The Great 2020 Footy Survey. Don’t forget to send Raf and Mr C a picture of yourself in footy colours – to go into a “Footy Parade” slideshow on Friday. Pictures can be sent to email@example.com.
Here is Dhevin’s Weekly Mastermind. Leave your answer in the comments section. 10 house points will be awarded to every correct answer submitted by Thursday, 17 September 2020.
Thanks to Raf for organising this. If you have a picture of yourself in your footy colours to share on the blog – send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spoonvilles are popping up everywhere! Here is a photo and message sent in by Harry and family…
“On our walk this afternoon near home we bumped into Giselle, Raf and Natashia and we discovered this new Spoonville creation right next to a local daycare centre.”
Have you come across a community project on one of your walks?
Thank you to Quinlan and Geneva who shared this song about the planets.
Have a look at these excellent sketches of fish and squid made by Raphi.
Earlier this term I posted on the blog (link) details of a competition running called “Spot the Maths”. This is a reminder that there are only three more weeks to get your entries in.
It’s that time of the week for some laughs from our comedy trio…
Oscar, Matilda, Dante and Gabe have been busy making tie-dyed t-shirts. Take a look at their great designs.
Do you know the answers to any of these riddles shared by Giselle? Leave your answer in the comments section.
Aquila has been adding more innovative ideas in his journal. Take a look: