You should include:
- His/her history before your story began
- Special features / abilities
REMEMBER: You only have 100 words to make an impact! Use WOW words, connectives, openers and a range of punctuation.
We now have had visitors from 63 countries! I hope that Kazakhstan will visit because it is a small country with a lot of people 17,522,010 live there. I hope that Trinidad and Tobago vist us because there a country with a low population and there great at football. I hope that the American Virgin Islands visit because they have a small amount of computers and it would be amazing if they could visit.
By Daniel B and Niall
Now, on to today's task. Below are some internet safety questions (they're on the Internet Safety page too). Go on the websites linked then come on here and post your answers. For today's lesson, your answers won't be published until everyone has had a go. After all, if one person gives all the answers, it'll be easy!
Put your answers as a Blog comment by clicking on the 'O Comments' box above.
Q.1) A stranger online asks you if you want to meet up do you?
A.Say yes and meet up with them
B.Say no and log off the site
C.Probably say no, but if your parents agree, go with them
Q.2) You get an email from someone you don't know.
A.Delete it straight away and tell a parent
B.Reply to the email and ask who they are
C.Open the email to see what it is
What should you do if a random person in a chatroom asks for your
A.Find a good photograph and send it to them
B.Ask them to send their picture to you first
C.Do not send your picture and tell an adult
Q.4) When signing into sites or setting up an account should you use your?
C.First name only
Q.5) A website asks for your email, address and phone number do you?
A.Give all your information
B.Enter your friends information
C.Check with a parent/carer first
Q6) Should you put your personal information
(address, phone number, photograph) on a public website?
Q7) Explain in at least 50 words your top tips for staying safe in the 21st Century. Think about how you use MSP, XBox Live, chatting etc.
Here is a list of games used in this term's Science unit:
http://www.earthsunmoon.co.uk/ Dodge the asteroids game!
http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks2/science/physical_processes/earth_sun_moon/play/ BBC Bitesize games
Great online resource for researching the Solar System:
All of the videos watched in the unit can be found at : http://www.bbc.co.uk/apps/ifl/learningzone/clips/queryengine?Content%2Fhtml%3B+charset%3Dutf-8&SuppressCaching=1&page=1&pagesize=12&results=search&config=results_pre&attrib_1=SCHOOL_LEVEL_NAME&oper_1=eq&val_1_1=&attrib_2=SUBJECT_NAME&oper_2=eq&val_2_1=&attrib_3=TOPIC&oper_3=eq&val_3_1=&attrib_4=SearchText&oper_4=eq&val_4_1=earth+moon+and+sun&clipsSearch.x=0&clipsSearch.y=0
What are the chances of it raining today? How likely is it Sunderland will win the Premier League? What is the likelihood Newcastle will win in Europe?
Also, these games are about probability:http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/teachers/ks2_activities/maths/probability.shtml
http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/mathsfile/shockwave/games/fish.html - This one has 3 levels, which are challenging by the end.
On a cold and stormy night, three children were out side playing on their bikes and ripstiks."I dare you to go and stand on the road until a car comes and then jump out of the way " said Merida. Not long afterMerida pushed her little sister Merida ( Angus, the youngest) onto the road. Jodie, the oldest and wisest said, " Merida, I am telling father what you did tonight!" Just at that moment, a car went zooming by. The three girls heard a clinking noise consequently, they ran onto the road and saw a big rusty key with a pearl on it.