Japanese Science

Fri 5 May

Here is the new word list for our work on Forces:

https://quizlet.com/203044549/grade-34-term-2-2017-oshimas-to-hikimas-flash-cards/

We tested the friction in our kutsu (shoes) by making a force-o-meter using a bando, monosashi to teepu. Try it at home to see who has the kutsu with the most friction or find the place with the most friction.

21/2/17

Some links for our unit on Day and Night this term.  Here is the timelapse video of sunrise and sunset we observed:

and here is the link to our Quizlet wordlist we are studying:

https://quizlet.com/183978311/grade-34-2017-hiru-to-yoru-flash-cards/

Ganbatte kudasai!

 

 

Konnichiwa!

Welcome to the Japanese Science blog for 2017.

The room is looking nice now with some Japanese art made by the students this year.

Daruma – with a wish for the year written on the back.
Sensu – fans with the characters for Nippon (Japan) painted using calligraphy brushes and ink.