- View the video and take notes about the most important details.
- Read the key facts and panda profiles below the video.
- Create a mind map that shows what you have learnt.
Mostly Postie – help the postie to deliver the packages
Comparing Capacity – compare the two jugs and decide which holds more
Estimating Capacity – choose how many millilitres each container holds
Squirt – how many of a does it take to fill b?
Can you fill it? – practise filling containers
Archimedes – explore displacement with Archimedes bath
Measuring Volume – this one is tricky
Quiz – can you answer all of the questions?
Measures – practise measuring length, mass, volume and capacity
Woodland Resources – play some games
Smashmaths – Measurement – volume and capacity activities
Alien Cookbook – help the alien cook by giving him the right amount of ingredients
Measurement Games – practise your measurement skills
Measuring Items – BAMZOOki
Play this game to practise measuring a range of items using centimetres, kilograms, etc.
Guess the Angle – measure angles using a protractor
Estimating Angles – practise estimating angles to save the aliens
What’s My Angle – practise measuring more angles with a protractor
Problem Solving – complete problem solving activities that involve angles
Angles in Sport – learn about where you might find angles in sport
Angle Mission – help solve the mission by completing activities involving angles
Green Day is a celebration we have every second year at St. Kevin’s. We participate in a range of games and activities to help us learn about how to be sustainable and protect our environment.
This year we had some guest speakers, Andrew from SWEP came to talk to us about the water we use at our school. We looked at graphs and compared our school to other schools. We could identify on average how much water each person uses per day. Sam spoke to us about waste management and shared tips for recycling at home and at school. We also heard from the Manningham Council about littering and the impact it has on our environment.
Some students from Templestowe College visited with some of their animals from their animal program. We had a great time holding snakes and patting lizards!
We also participated in some fun tabloid sports activities and had a crazy day pizza lunch.
Overall we had a lot of fun and enjoyed our focus on sustainability.
A story of Italian migration:
Melbourne Museum’s Origins website is useful for exploring where people have come from before moving to Victoria.