Bridges….

I like this bridge because it is creative and simple

I like this bridge because it is creative and simple

It looks very supportive

It looks very supportive

It looks creative and supportive with the frames

It looks creative and supportive with the frames

It is also supportive and creative and looks unbreakeble

It is also supportive and creative and looks unbreakeble

I think it is very supportive and there is a very complex frame

I think it is very supportive and there is a very complex frame

Icosahedron Star

Today year 6B created a icosahedron star. we had to colour in the for mat then we had to try and put it together to make a star. It was a challenge to me because I rushed witch made it harder and made the paper worn out. But after a while I got the hang of it and I completed it.

Paper Planes

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Today we analysed the novel cover and film poster for “Paper planes”.

What I noticed(I’ve seen the movie so I know a bit about it) :

  • The movie is about a boy who try’s to make a paper plane fly 25 metres so he can go to the Aussie championships in Sydney.
  • The 12 year old boy (Dylan) lives with his dad in a country home.
  • Dylan’s mum past away in a car crash.
  • Dylan flies to Tokyo to compete in the paper plane World champion ships.
  • Dylan meets a friend in Tokyo
  • Dylan wins the World champion ships in Tokyo.

Book VS Movie

Year 6B have a task to decide what’s better the book or the movie. In my opinion I think that the book is better because it is original and even though there is just text you can imagine the pictures in the book. In the book it tells you more information about the characters and the themes. And the book also describes locations and what’s going on in the book. In books it gets you sucked into it write away so it is hard to stop reading unlike movies how it takes awhile to get into the movie.