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Faith’s 2nd SATs Writing | How To Care For A Uniason | Report On A Fictional Creature

How to care for a uniason

  • Uniasons are very magical and mythical creatures, which are a cross between a unicorn, a pegasus and a lion, hence the name uniason. This is an informative report on:
  • * What a uniason looks like
  • * What to feed a uniason
  • * Where a uniason lives
  • * What a uniasons habits are
  • * How to train a uniason
  • * What exercise to give one
  • * How to know when something is wrong

How do I know when i’ve seen one?

Uniasons have a very unique appearance. Their complex colouring consists of nine colours in total. Starting at the head, its long, silky hair is a mix of: hot pink, mint green, cyan and violet. Moving on to the wings, they are many shades of holographic green and blue. Going down to the main body, you can see a variation of light pastel colours, such as pastel pink, pastel blue, pastel green and many more. Going even further down to its hooves, it is visible that they are quite shiny and that is because they are a holographic silver. Lastly, the tail is a lush, grassy shade of green so it can camouflage easily. It also has a cyan horn on top of its head and a heart on the end of its tail, which is used to show emotions.

What do I feed it?

Uniasons are herbivores. This is because they are allergic to all kinds of meat! However, they will fight and kill things if it feels threatened. It is best to feed them:

However, you must never feed them holly leavesbrambles or nettles as they contain toxins that can be fatal to uniasons. It is recommended to feed them two meals per day, each being the size of an A4 sheet of paper. If you were to overfeed a uniason, it would become ill, be violently sick and have a chance of death. You will need to chop the food into small chunks, as uniasons have very small mouths.

Where does it live?

Having originated in the Amazon, the uniason is used to hot temperatures. these hot temperatures range from 18.72 degrees celsius to 80.94 degrees celsius. Any more than 80.94 degrees celsius will cause your uniason to collapse or die from a heat stroke, but any less than 18.72 degrees celsius will cause your uniason to die form hypothermia.

Your uniason need to feel at home as you look after it or it will become very homesick and this can affect it both physically and mentally. To prevent homesickness ; surround your uniason with shrubs and rhododendron bushes, but you shouldn’t surround it with plastic / fake versions as this can cause homesickness and can also irritate skin. Don’t be alarmed if your uniason forms a dome around itself with its tail, this is a natural instinct to protect itself from heat and predators.

What should my uniason be doing?

Your uniason has many different habits from chasing mice to breaking things. One of its habits is building domes with its tail to hide in. This habit can be helpful for protection, heat and training. Another habit is to chase and kill mice. This habit is amazing, but there is one downside, your uniason will not eat the mice because it is a herbivore. Another is flying around. this is due to it being part pegasus. Its final habit is breaking things. This is from its lion instincts of shredding corpses to eat, but due to them being herbivores, they like to break inanimate objects instead.

How do I train it?

There are three ways to train a uniason, each one strengthening a unique quality.

The first method is to hide small, scented objects. This helps increase its ability to find food and know when predators are near. This activity is best recommended at meal times, so you ca hide food, however the uniason must be familiar with the smell so it knows when it has found it. This activity should be noticeably effective after 3-6 weeks of hiding at ever meal.

The second method is attatching

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now that you’ve read my post, go and check out Mrs Jacques latest post [at the time of writing]!

Brilliant BV!

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Faith’s 1st SATs Writing Piece | Lilly Locket’s Little Nightmare | Fictional Narrative

Arooo! Twit twoo, twit twoo!

 

The spine-chilling howl of the wolves. The echoing hoot of the owls. She was all alone. Surrounded with human like trees – with faces and hands – she was petrified. The creaking sound of the ancient, crumbling well was enough to send shivers down anyone’s spine. When the old, no longer shiny bucket had been retrieved by Lilly, there was a flash, as if someone was watching and taking pictures. But what was causing the flash to happen?

 

Lilly Locket, who was clueless, carried untieing the bucket from the well when everything became silent. This is when Lilly realized something wasn’t right. Clank! Lilly had frozen with fear : dropping the bucket as a result.

 

The moon had gone, vanished. Its rough, rocky surface was nowhere to be seen. There was nothing left apart from a dusty, mysterious trail in the starless sky. Lilly then screamed inaudibly as she was confronted with a giant , hairless thing. It was grayish, lanky creature with all sorts of torture like weapons, sticking out of its hands. The creature wasn’t even bionic, it was real. It had flesh, it had eyes, it had everything else a regular human has.  It bellowed, “Why is one such little girl at the well of the moon overlord?”

 

Lilly replied softly, while twiddling her thumbs and staring at her feet anxiously,

“I just wanted some water, where has the moon gone?” The monster gestured at Lilly to follow him.

 

Lilly, who was paralyzed with fear, approached the creature with cautiously as she began to clamber onto its back. The monster, when Lilly had safely mounted onto its back, thrust her into the air. It was [quite literally]  breath-taking . Lilly zoomed through the starless night to the cloud that was earlier below the moon, before it had suddenly disappeared.

 

“Welcome to mine, and my friends, humble home!” exclaimed the monster welcomingly.

“This place is amazing!” remarked Lilly.

“We all pose as the moon after the real disappearance back in 1940 on September 3rd. No one knows why this happened but it did. We just wanted to save you all from worry.” stated the creature. Lilly, who was gobsmacked by this discovery, thanked the creature for being considerate and the she was taken on a whistle-stop tour of the cloud.

 

When the tour was over, Lilly thanked the monster for his consideration again and  asked ”I am truly having a wonderful stay here, but how do I get home?”

“Oh… It’s simple! Follow me!” exclaimed the monster, who during the tour Lilly had found out that its name was Hollow.

The monster ; whose name was Hollow ; lead Lilly to the center of the cloud. In the center there was a pair of sparkling shoes, which were a lovely shade of crimson.

“Here you go.” stated the monster sadly “Just step inside the shoes and think of where you want to go.”

“Before I go, may I ask: when I get back down can I take a bucket of water for my dad’s farm?” The monster kindly granted permission for Lilly to take a bucket of water as he said goodbye to her. Lilly then stepped into the shoes cautiously, she could have wished to be anywhere in the world, but she chose the well.

Boom!

Seconds later, Lilly was back at the well again and the moon was back. Lilly looked at the uneven surface of the moon and saw a small hand waving from it, but she was no longer afraid…

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Electricity Homework 23/04/17

Electricity.

Its an amazing thing that is used daily by billions of people.

But what is it? How is it made? Is it dangerous?

This document will tell you everything you need to know about electricity.

What is electricity?

Electricity is a type of power which is used every day. It can be made by lots of sources and can occasionally be dangerous.

What are batteries?

Batteries are small metal containers filled with electricity. They are used to power things such as TV remotes of small lamps.

How is electricity made?

Electricity is made by many different things. A few of the main sources are:

Burning fossil fuels

Wind turbines

Water wheels

And many more.

Can electricity be dangerous?

Yes!

Electricity can be dangerous in many ways, some being:

Open plug sockets causing electric shocks

Putting knifes in toasters can conduct electricity, causing an electric shock

Even things like leaving plug sockets turned on for a long time and letting devices overheat,can cause a unwanted fire!

So remember:

Turn plugs sockets off and unplug the devices when you are finished

Don’t let things like phones and tablets overheat

Don’t put things that conduct electricity, like metal silverware, in other electrical items, even if they are turned off.

Also remember to recycle tunings like used batteries!

 

I hope that this document on electricity has helped you better understand how to use electricity and how to stay safe when using it.

 

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Diary Of A Viking Kid – 24.03.17 – Part 1

Day one –  Christmas Eve Eve

Today I awoke to the sound of the local monastery bells chiming seven times. This meant I was one hour later in setting the stove to heat! I rushed down the stairs to find the stove lit, dough sitting, butter ready to be churned and cheese made. All the jobs that I would usually have done by seven. My older sister Asel had done the jobs for me! I thanked Asel several times, but she said that because she has less jobs, she thought that it would be nice to help. I then started churning the butter and baking the bread for supper. Asel then left to go to her blacksmiths apprentice job, mother then left to go to the market and dad left to go hunting. I was left to do all the house jobs like: churning butter, baking bread, making cheese, cleaning, sowing seeds on the farm, feeding the chickens and making supper.

After I had made the bread and the butter, I set to mending Asel’s jacket. Later, after I had fixed the jacket, I fed the chickens and sowed the seeds, everyone was back at home enjoying their pastimes. I set to work on supper – Dad’s signature deer stew.

I chopped the carrots, aubergines and potatoes then the deer. After that was boiling on the stove, I cut the bread and cheese, then buttered the bread.

Everyone had a beautiful supper and we t o bed on a full stomach. I’m so so so exited for the few days to come. Christmas Eve and Day!

Ase xxxxx

 

If you would like to read part two go to the comments below to find the link, once I have written it. If you would also like to see more, which I intend to do, also comment below.

Faith 6W

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Christmas Holidays Blog / Homework 6W

Our homework over the Christmas period was to bog about one or a couple of days. I chose Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

 

Christmas Eve

On Christmas Eve I was athinking my dad’s house, so I chose to come home at 2 o clock, so I could be at home for Christmas.

As usual at my dad’s, something weird was going on…

My sister had found a Portuguese youtube video and had decided to watch it, so my dad thought that it would be funny to put on children’s shows on in different languages. These were the ones he put on before we all were crying with laughter, and had to stop:

● Peppa pig in Polish

● Tellytubbies in Russian

●  And Postman Pat in German

(At one point  he tried to put on Postman Pat on in mandarin, but no videos showed up!)

Later on I went home, and a tradition in our house is that on Christmas Eve we get something called a ‘Christmas Eve box’. It’s basically a box or bag with new pyjamas, some sweats or chocolate, some bedsocks, (for me) a new film (my brothers only one) and something to make, do or draw. This year I got some team rudolph pyjamas, some bambino slipper socks, some popcorn, a hot chocolate cup with hot chocolate and marshmallows, Chrismas Vacation (film) and some ornaments to make.

Christmas Day 

I woke up at halfpast 1 in the morning, not relasing the time, I went to tell my mum to wake up. I later woke up at 3 past 6 ando was allowed to open my stocking. When I was done we woke everyone up and went downstairs. Im obviously not goingredients to list everything because I got a lot! One of my favourite gifts was a Sony expira xa (it’s a phone). I also gothink a lot of Bath bombs and beauty products like lip balm, a vanity case, body wash, nail tattoos, nail gems, nail Polish and much more…

I had fun overy the holidaysea and would love to know if we have any similar traditions. Comment below if we do!

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Wormaking!!

The Wormoking!!

The Wormoking: an extremely hard to spot dragon. It is tiny, but threatening with their amazing, excruciatingly hot flames.

Amazingly, it is very minute, worm size dragon. Also, it has a pastel-pink complexion with ruby red, fiery wings. Incredibly, it has amazingly large flames even though it is significantly minute; being about 9-10 inches long- the Wormoking is small because of its habitat (under rocks).

Usually, you would find a Wormoking under large, hidden rocks- where there are extremely hot temperatures. Also, sometimes Wormokings are seen in very hot deserts and into temperatures up to 110`c to give it their colour.

The Wormoking eats extremely hot food: food that will burn the human tongue. E.g. the dragon chilli or a fire kebab as well as hot, burnt food. This helps the dragon spit their incredible, fiery flames. (Food under 90`c can freeze their tongue and they will die).

Amazingly, if the incredible Wormoking hits temperatures under 110`c it is turned into an ice fossil. This is caused by their features which have been adapted to very, very hot temperatures. Ice fossils will not melt until they are at least thousands of years old, then all that will be left of them are their tiny (micro-size) bones.

Unlike usual worms, the Wormoking has an amazing set of miniscule bones which cannot be seen by the human eye. Also, it has organs (so tiny it has to be seen through a very clear microscope) Compared to a normal worm this is a truly amazing creature!

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Using Touchcast

Touchcast is a great app that combines the use of green screen technology with teleprompts and vApps (Add ons that allow the viewer to link to other images, websites.es etc. whilst watching the main video).

In this instance, we didn’t use the vApps, but have done in the past because they help to add further detail to the video with additional images or websites. the viewer can select which they want as the main image and which as the in-screen image, making it fully interactive.

In my opinion, one of the best features of Touchcast is the teleprompt. So many videos in the past have involved the children either holding their books and reading from it or looking down at what they are going to say from a whiteboard. With the teleprompt, the children can type in what they say and it scrolls down on the iPad screen at a speed that follows their speech. This therefore results in them constantly looking at the camera, producing a much improved video.

In our topic, learning about World War One, we looked at the incredible person, Edith Cavell. She was a truly remarkable woman, who stood up for her beliefs even when she knew that she would have to sacrifice her life to do so.

In these Touchcast videos, Yunis takes on the role of Edith Cavell and Nathan describes her life.

 

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Remembrance Thank You

In year 6, we have been learning in our Topic lessons all about World War 1. As part of our World War 1 day, 6W have created a thank you video. The children decided what they wanted to say thank you for and what they would like their background image to be when using the green screen. We then linked all of the individual videos together for one whole class thank you.

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