Spring 1 Awesome Americas!

  1. This half term we will be learning about the human and physical features of North and South America. Before the holidays, you found out some really interesting information about specific states in the USA which we enjoyed sharing in class. We are still going to be finding out about North America but we will also be focusing on the physical and human features of South America as well.

 

Do you recognise these places? If you could plan a trip to America where would you go?

 

 

  We will also be finding out about the classification of plants and animals. Can you recognise these animals which are native to South America?

 

 

Research ideas:

Why do we have different time zones?

What are lines of longitude and latitude?

Find out about the Panama Canal.

Plan a trip to a specific place in America. How will you get there? What will you do when you get there?

Find out about plants and animals native to South America.

 

Watch this clip to find out about sustainability: 

47 Responses

  • Grace W says:

    Today was takeover day and i loved it! I was headteacher Mrs Grundy! I got to add things to the bulletin and crossed things off lists. Cole and Ibrahim were headteachers in the morning aswell. We all got to send an email to the governors and to a woman called Lizzy. We got to observe classes and take it in turns to sit in Mrs Grundy’s chair. At breaktime we all got a cup of tea (i like mine very milky) and oreos! Ibrahim got 5 Cole got 4 and i got 2. When Mrs Grundy got back with her tea all the oreos were gone! After break we sent more eamils and deleted advertisments on Mrs Grundy’s computer. Today was awsome!

  • Ubaid says:

    Equator is a invisible line that goes through the world above it are two different areas one South one N the two names are called Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn.The Northern hemisphere goes through pretty much through the whole of Asia except Indonesia ,which crosses the equator Japan and India.

  • Amelia says:

    In class we picked out a country in south America and my group picked out Chile, here are some of the facts I found out; Chile has more active volcanoes than any country except Indonesia. Chile has about 500 volcanoes considered active, 60 of which have recorded eruptions in the last 450 years. Easter Island of Chile is famous for its monumental statues carved from the island’s volcanic rocks. Cueca is Chile’s national dance and Tonadas is Chile’s folk music. Empanada, a stuffed bread or pastry baked or fried, is the most popular food item in Chile. 80% of South America’s glaciers of Chile are the northern and southern Patagonian Ice Fields.

  • Isabella says:

    Here are some of the states in America;
    Ohio,
    North Carolina,
    South Carolina,
    New York,
    Idaho,
    West Virginia,
    Virginia,
    Missisipi,
    Tenerife,
    Louisiana

  • Leo says:

    The United States is a world wide super power with a HUGE economy of 825 Billion Dollars it is the worlds, richest, most famous and most diverse country. It is currently lead by the debatable Donald J. Trump, he started his life in a very rich family. His Farther owned many real estate companys, this is one of the many things Donald Trump still owns today. He started his life with a what he calls ‘A small loan of a Million Dollars’ not so small for some but for his billionare family it ment nothing. He later went onto TV, Joined the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Invested in Casinos and much more. People even pay for him so they can have his name on their product. He now owns a 737 Aircraft (ment to carry up to 300 people) however he designed to luxury with gold fittings and much more. He also owns the famous ‘Trump Tower’ in America, in 2017 he was elected 49’th president of the United States of America.

  • Isabella says:

    North Carolina facts;
    North Carolina is the largest producer of sweet potatoes in the whole nation.
    State vegetable-Sweet potatoes
    State berries- Strawberry and blueberries
    State beverage-Milk
    State carnivorous plant Venus flytrap

  • George says:

    Idaho has lighthouses round its hole perimeter

  • Amelia says:

    My favourite facts about Iowa
    A fact about Iowa is it’s the only state whose east and west borders are 100% formed by water.
    The state tree of Iowa is an oak tree and the state language is English.
    Iowa is the only state name that starts with two vowels.
    The area of Iowa is 145,746 Km2 and the population is[3.135 million 2016]

  • Amber E says:

    Did you know

    That they are 50 states inn America one of the many states is new York.

  • Poppy says:

    These are Some animals in America ; Grizzly polar bear, Armadillo, Greater bulldog bat, Great northendiver, Brent goose, Goldeneye, Malara, American crocodile, Rattle snake and lots more.

  • Ruby says:

    I loved learning about North America and I’m exited to learn about South America!

  • Bilal says:

    Here are some famous places in America:

    United nations headquarters,
    The White house,
    Grand Canyon,
    Niagara falls,
    Empire State building,
    Golden gate bridge,
    Monument valley,
    Sears tower,
    Hollywood hills,
    Mount Rushmore and
    Statue of liberty.

  • Emily says:

    Facts on Peru

    The Peruvian Amazon covers 60 percent of the country.
    29,849,303 people live in Peru.
    The most common language in Peru is Spanish.

  • Leo says:

    South American is a beautiful continent located near the Equator. It houses many beautiful and stunning sights such as the Amazon Rainforest. It’s beautiful sights also come with an amazing culture, like the many festivals they host in South America. For example, some nations host a tomato related contest, were people throw tomato’s at each other. South America also has a large love for sports, Argentina and Brazil are both large sports teams that are in South America. It houses a HUGE Number of species, such as it’s wide variety of insects and birds. In fact, a lot of these creatures can be found in the famous Amazon Rainforest, which has been speculated to provide 20% of the worlds Oxygen. (O2) there are also many famous landmarks in South America such as Rios ‘Christ The Redeemers’ statue. It stands tall above the city and is visited by millions of tourists each year. There is so much to learn about South America, and I can not wait to find out more!

  • Freya says:

    Facts on Peru

    Renacio el sol del Peru means Peru’s sun is reborn. Which is Peru’s motto.
    The name Peru is a Greek baby name. In Greek the meaning of the name Peru is: Rock

  • Callum says:

    I am really exited to learn about the great Americas because I have heard allot a lot facts and I have already learnt loads .

  • Amelia says:

    I really want to find out the differences and the similarities of North America and South America?

  • Jessica says:

    I loved learning about NorthAmerica

  • Grace W says:

    I loved learning about North America and one of my favourite facts is that Tim Peak was born in Ohio! What is one of your favourite facts?

  • Michael says:

    The Tapir is an animal native to South America. It has a long nose and a body like a pig.They live in the forests of Central America and South America , and some live in Southeastern Asia. Young ones have light brown fur , and they have more visible stripes and spots , for camouflage. Other animals include the Giant Galapogas Tortoise , and the Armadillo.

  • Cole says:

    In this project we have all been given states to learn about. My state was Alaska. I found out that Alaska is the biggest of the fifty states and also the least populated due to climate.

  • Issa says:

    These are some states in America:
    Ohio
    Washington
    New York
    South Dakota
    Vermont
    North Carolina
    California
    Nevada
    Florida
    Colarado
    Oklahoma
    New Mexico
    Kansas
    West Virginia
    Virginia
    Texas
    North Dakota
    Maine
    Michigan
    Idaho
    Oregon
    Pennsylvania
    Arkansas
    Louisiana
    Montana
    Wyoming
    Indiana
    Illinois
    Missouri
    Utah
    Georgia
    Iowa
    Nebraska
    Kentucky
    Rhode Island
    Wisconsin
    Minnesota
    Arizona

  • Ibrahim says:

    I would like to find more out about this project as it is a project where you can find out a lot as it is a large project. The project is very interesting as there lots of famous landmarks and other interesting things to research.

  • Sam says:

    My group is learning about Bolivia it is in south America the population is 11,137,424 .

  • Umair says:

    My group a learning about Bolivia I found out that the population is 11,137,424.

  • Sally says:

    If i could go to somewere in America i would go to Florida. Where would you like to go to?

  • Anthony says:

    If I could plan a trip to somewhere in America I would go to Las Vegas as It looks like a nice place to go.

  • Harry says:

    I really enjoy learning about North and South America it is fascinating to learn about all of the interesting -funny- facts. DID YOU KNOW? That in Colorado ,a state of America, it is illegal to fire missiles at cars as-well as it being illegal to drive a black car on Sundays.

  • Finley says:

    I would like to visit Hawaii because it looks super fun and very hot.
    The place I wound`t like to visit is proberly Chilly because it sounds a bit boring but I will stil learn about it

  • Adam says:

    I could not believe that New Mexico has more cows than people.

  • Muhammad says:

    My favourite fact is:
    There is 323.1 million people(2016).

  • Amelia says:

    I loved learning about North America, my 3 favourite facts were; in Iowa its illegal for a moustached man to kiss a woman in public, the 8 stripes on the Hawaii flag represent the eight main islands and Maryland has the oldest living people living there.

  • Muhammad says:

    I love learning about America.



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