we have more stamps than 7D and 7I 🙂
where does our water come from?
1.Water is collected from rivers, dams or underground, and pumped through pipes to where it is needed
2.Raw water from rivers is stored here to allow solid particles to settle to the bottom
3.Special chemicals (called alum) are added to help impurities sink to the bottom and be removed
4 option 1:
|This process makes impurities settle to the bottom so that they can be removed|
option 2:Special chemicals are added to float impurities to the surface, so they can be removed
5.The water is filtered through different filters (eg: sand filter) to clean the water
6.The pH of the water (how acidic it is) is checked and adjusted to the proper level
7.The water is disinfected so that it is safe to drink (using chlorine or other methods)
8.Clean drinking water is stored until it is needed by customers
we had to go around the school looking for things and answering questions on pieces of paper
- 1& 1/2 C S.R flour
- 1/2 tsp mixed spice
- 1/3 C butter
- 1/3 C raw sugar
- 1/3 C mixed fruit
- 1 egg
- 1/4 C milk
- Sift the flour and mixed spice into a large bowl.
- Rub in butter into the flour and spice. It is ready when it resembles breadcrumbs.
- Add raw sugar and mixed fruit with the flour mixture and stir.
- Mix milk and egg together in small jug.
- Pour milk and egg mixture into flour and using a wooden spoon stir until combined.
- Place 12 even spoonfuls of mixture onto your greased trays. (3 rows of 4).
- Bake for 15-20 minutes. They are ready when they are light golden brown in colour.
- Cool rock cakes on wire rack to cool down before presenting your best three on small white plate.
This planet is tropical: wet and hot. Most of the planet is covered by rainforest. The planet is very flat. Water collects in large pools and lakes which have water in them all year ‘round. A species of poisonous plant grows thickly on the ground. The spines of this plant are poisonous, and any animal which steps on one is sure to die. The vegetation is plentiful, and includes leaves, fruits and nuts. Animals include carnivorous snakes, varieties of insects, monkeys, fish and birds.
Size: about as big as a large car.
How it moves: it walks like a person.
How does it eat: with its hands.
How will it catch/get food and water: with its hands and claws and the big spike ball on its tail.
How will it keep warm: in shelter with fire.
Where will it shelter: in a cave
How will it protect/ defend itself from attackers: with its spike ball tail and its big muscles.