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Year 3 have been working hard in ICT for the last three weeks researching and creating information books about the Anglo Saxons using a program called 2Create a SuperStory. We would love to read any comments you have on them!
Download Alice and Jennifer's Book
Download Amelia's Book
Download Ava and Maeve's Book
Download Blake's Book
Download Cameron's Book
Download Creaden's Book
Download Daisy's Book
Download Darton's Book
Download Emma's Book
Download Grace and James' Book
Download Gualter's Book
Download Isobel's Book
Download Jack's Book
Download Jade's Book
Download James L's Book
Download Katie's Book
Download Lauren's Book
Download Lewis' Book
Download Lois' Book
Download Madison's Book
Download Malise's Book
Download Max and Connor's Book
Download Oliver H's Book
Download Oliver P's Book
Download Olivia B's Book
Download Olivia P's Book
Download Samuel's Book
Download Tally's Book
Posted by Mr Haughton on 21 January 2011 in Year 3 | Permalink
I am really impressed with the way you have all presented your work. I love the mixture of photographs and illustrations used and the fact that all the books have very concise pieces of information within.
Give yourselves a pat on the back!
Bev Evans |
22 January 2011 at 11:23 AM
Hello all of you
I have spent my lunch time reading through these and I am impressed. It looks like you have used your own words to write up your internet research and not just copied and pasted straight from the internet.
The books show a really good use of 2Create a superstory and I really need to make sure we have some more Anglo saxon items on Purple Mash.
Keep up the good work!!
anthony evans |
22 January 2011 at 02:55 PM
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