Wednesday, 9 December 2020

SLJ

 This is an example for the summer learning journey.

First i had to go into the summer learning journey link then i cliked on art coloring book and chose a pease off art and then tride to copey it.




Thursday, 26 November 2020

Friday, 6 November 2020

Friday, 11 September 2020

Seakled parkes

 Speckled parkes

Speckle Park cattle actually come from Canada originally, from the province of Saskatchewan! They’ve been represented by a Canadian society since 1985 but have only officially been recognised as a breed by the government since 2006! Speckle Park are attractive, easy on the eye with three distinctive colour patterns; white, leopard and speckle. Speckling within the progeny is expected between 65% and 90%+. LIC have been purchasing Speckle Park semen exclusively through Maungahina Stud since 2011.Their name comes from their coat colouring which is usually spotted with black, grey and white. They usually have white lines across their backs and undersides. Their faces are often black or roan.Ireland was actually home to the first ever Speckle Park born outside of the North American continent! Through embryotic sales, a County Cork farm bred the first European Speckle Park calf in 2008.Speckle Park cattle are docile and quiet, which can be handy for farms with only one worker or even beginner-breeders. However it’s vitally important that farmers take care around all bulls regardless of breed.


Tuesday, 25 August 2020

St John

 This week St John came to our school and teached us about safety. Here is the stuff St John told us about.

Tuesday, 11 August 2020

Popcorn

  Why Does Popcorn Pop ?

When you walk into a movie theater and you hear the popcorn just popping and did you know that a large AMC popcorn, without butter, contains 1,030 calories and 41 grams of fat. But it all starts back in a farmer's field full of corn. 


There are different types of corn but only one type pop’s. The kernel needs to have the right amount of walter for it to pop and make the fluffy popcorn that we all love. The kernel needs 19 percent water inside of each kernel but if it has too much water it will not pop.


As the kernel heats up the water turns into steam and expands building pressure against the hard outer shell. A small explosion happens and the starch pops out to the surface. 


Now you can make popcorn and you will know what you are eating from the stork of a plant to your taste buds.


By Annabelle


Friday, 24 July 2020