Sunday, April 18, 2010

Water Words

To begin our unit on Water Conservation we created words about water. We learned about Onomatopoeia and the sounds water makes. For homework we made our words. Some of us used the computer and some designed them free-hand. We enjoyed it so much that we all used "Word Art" in the classroom to create a lot more. We think they look great on our "Waterfall of Words" display in our room. Can you think of any more?


4 comments:

Ms F said...

Wow you have thought of lots of different water words. I didn't spot the word drizzle in there which is a type of rain I am very familiar with coming from Scotland! Do you know what drizzle is? Here is a link to a photo to show you what drizzle looks like:

http://www.geologywales.co.uk/storms/drizzle1.jpg

You can do a search on Wikipedia for a good explanation of the word. Keep up the great work guys, I really like the puddle effect on your slideshow, Mrs R is a clever teacher!

Miss Signal said...

What a cool wall! Looks like you have been very busy learning. I can't wait to see what else you get up to!
Miss S.
Tumeke 12
http://twelve2010.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

This is the first time that I have visited your blog ....and I just love it. I will be showing it to my class and I am sure that they will want to post a comment about the great things that you have done. Ka Pai.

Mrs M

Anonymous said...

HI Mrs Reid

I really liked room10's water words!
From Brearna.