There is a new section in our Inquiry, the maths challenge. Have a go! In 1940 London was under attack…from whom? What happened? See what you can discover about this dark period in history. Where is Romania? One of my favourite ‘Special Days’ is on this week…Blame Someone Else Day Happy investigating!
Yesterday was ANZAC Day – post comments on this post to share how you and your family commemorated this occasion (Dawn Service? Family gathering? March? Discussion?). Who was John Simpson Kirkpatrick and why was he considered a hero? Where is Sierra Leone and what information can your find out about this country? Why do we have a ‘Workers’ Memorial Day’? All this, and more in this week’s Inquiry
You are 25% of the way through Year 6, do you know this as a decimal and fraction? What can you find out about Syria? Who was Elliot Ness? And, what special day is coming up this Saturday?
Who was Mahatma Gandhi? Why was he so special? Where in the world is Tunisia? What is biodiesel and what is the meaning behind Brutus Day? All this, and more
Please write your comments on the same coloured sticky as the prompt (e.g. yellow for Mauritius) – this makes it easier for people to follow your comments. Who was Wilbur Wright and how has he made life easier for us in 2016? Where in the world is Mauritius and what is a Good Samaritan?
What if cats and dogs had opposable thumbs? What are opposable thumbs? Who is Sir Edmund Barton? Where in the world is South Korea? All this, and more…
Who is Jessie Owens? Where in the world is Lithuania? Happy Gumdrop Day for last week
Welcome to your first Inquiry! Remember netiquette and cyber safety rules please. Keep your comments relevant to the topics and initial / date your posts.
What an awesome year 2015 has been! Camp Walleroo, Indonesian Immersion Day, GRIP Leadership and more… As a final production to farewell the Year 6 students, we present: ‘The Kindness Boomerang’…
What happened ‘on this day’? Don’t forget to add your initials or name, along with the date that you do the Inquiry. Find out what you can about Cambodia and share…there’s a lot to discover! One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind…What’s that all about?