This is the second of our Olympic animations from Justin, Georgina, Nathan and Jorge. We’d love to know what you think about it!
Posted in Children's blog entries, Georgina, ICT, Jorge, Justine, Nathan, olympics
Tagged Animation, I can animate, ICT, iMovie, Olympics
Charlie and Poppy made this great video biography about the one and only Sir Steve Redgrave. They’ve included some very interesting facts, so watch the video and let us know what you think!
Hannah and Natalie made this wonderful video biography of Mary Rand using Keynote. We’d love to know what you think about it!
Kayban and Baylee worked hard on this brilliant biography of Mary Rand. If you don’t know who she is, watch the video to find out more!
Megan and Jerusha wrote and narrated this fabulous video biography of Dame Kelly Holmes using Keynote. We’d love to know what you think of it!
This afternoon two groups have been busy making their Olympic animations using I can animate. We added sound and titles using iMovie. Let us know what you think of the finished video!
Posted in Ben, ICT, Jay, Jolian, Lauren, Megan, olympics
Tagged Animation, I can animate, ICT, iMovie, lego, Olympics
Elliot and Michael have produced this video biography about the famous British decathlete Daley Thompson. If you don’t know what a decathlete is, you need to watch the video!
Nathan and Lily made this fabulous video biography about the famous British Sprinter Linford Christie. Let them know what you think about it!
Olivia and Jess have produced this wonderful biography of the one and only 5 times Olympic Gold medal winner – Sir Steve Redgrave.
We’d love to know what you think about it.
This week we are back to Canada and Mrs Dechaine’s class in Bon Accord. They are very interested in rugby and our star of the week assembly! They have some great pictures of their baby mantis’. Mrs Dechaine also replied to our question about the weather:
“We have very cold winters. The temperature is sometimes -40 celcius in the winter. But we are in Spring right now so we have milder temperatures around 10 celcius.Our temperatures in the summer are around 20-30 celcius.”
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