Monday, 15 October 2012

Flag Challenge

Who wants to take on this challenge?
Can you find out all the countries that have visited our blog?

8 comments:

  1. This is the extra homework on the sheet we have about the Arabian Sea.
    Arabian Sea ancient Mare Eryaemia, northwest part of the Indian Ocean, lying between Arabian and Indian. The Gulf of Aden, extended by the Red Sea, and Gulf of Oman, extended by the persian Gulf, are its pricipal arms. The submarine Carlsberg ridge, SE of Socotra Island, is the Sea's southern boundary. The Indus River is the largest stream flowing into the Sea. The Arabian Sea has long been an important trade route between India and the west; its chief ports are Aden, Yemen; Karachi, Pakistan; and Mumbai, India.
    Zoe Beaman

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  2. england rusa usa ukrane china astralia france greece india

    from olivia

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  3. Philippiness
    Spain
    Thailand
    China
    Brazil
    EU
    Italy
    Belgium
    Germany
    Canada
    New Zealand
    Australia
    United States
    ive tried to get them all right from molly

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  4. and also France and England
    molly again

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  5. Wow Molly you are busy tonight. Did you enjoy buying things for a fireworks party in maths today?

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  6. Upon entering a new world, the two most important things to do are crafting tools and building a shelter, all before the first night-cycle hits. Finding trees and harvesting wood are the first steps towards making tools.



    Now that you finished gathering wood, start looking for a place to build your night-one shelter. Keep in mind that your night-one shelter should be a simple covering designed to keep monsters out. High up areas on top of mountains are usually a good pace to build, but anywhere will do.



    Now that you have wooden planks, you can build your first crafting table. Crafting tables are the workbenches by which you will build most tools and items in Minecraft, so be sure to place it in an accessible location.


    Once your crafting table is placed, you can open it (right-click it) to reveal a 3x3 crafting grid, similar to the one in your inventory. Sticks are required to build tools, so place two wooden planks in the crafting grid, one on top of the other. Use 6 of your wooden planks to create 12 sticks.


    With wooden planks and sticks in your inventory, you are ready to build you first set of wooden tools with your crafting table. The first tools you should create are a pickaxe, an axe, a shovel and a sword.


    Once you have crafted your tools, you can begin building your first structure. The purpose of your night-one shelter is simply to protect you from monsters that spawn during the night. Ideally you have already identified your desired location by placing you crafting table, but if you find you need to move your crafting table you can do so by punching it with your fist to pick it up.

    Using your wood shovel will be the quickest way to gather dirt for quick walls, however if you have stone available you can use your wood pickaxe to gather it for a more durable barrier. Your shelter doesn't need to be big, as long as it covers you on all sides until morning.


    The last and final step to a safe and sound first night, is finding cobblestone for a furnace. If you can’t find any visible stone, use your wood shovel to dig through a few layers of dirt or grass until you start to see some. Once you find stone, use your wood pickaxe to gather 20 cobblestone blocks.


    After gathering enough cobblestone, you are ready to safely lock yourself away for night one. Return to your crafting table with your cobblestone blocks to start building your furnace. To craft the furnace, place one block of cobblestone in each of the outer crafting squares, leaving only the center-middle square empty. Place the furnace in a convenient location near your crafting table.


    Now that you have a furnace, you can craft torches for a light source at night. Open the furnace, and place a wooden plank in the bottom square and a few wood blocks in the top square to make charcoal. Your first piece of charcoal can be used to keep the furnace lit while you continue to convert wood blocks into charcoal. Keep converting wooden blocks into charcoal until you have 5 pieces of charcoal.

    With your remaining sticks and newly converted charcoal, you can now make torches. Open your inventory crafting space or the crafting table and stack charcoal on top of sticks to make torches. One stick and one piece of charcoal will make 4 torches. After making torches, you can place them inside your shelter to give yourself an inside light source.


    Now that the basics are complete, you are ready to begin exploring or building magnificent structures. Your night-one shelter is finished, and you should have a set of wooden tools, some torches, a furnace and a crafting table. You can spend your first night crafting a new set of stone tools, digging deep beneath your shelter, or exploring the darkness outside. Just be sure to watch out for the creepers!
    From Zoe

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  7. Hi Mr Aiston These Are All My HomeWorks On The Cool Blog.These Are The Rest.
    Spellings
    Shame
    Shaming
    Shamed
    Shameful
    Shameless
    Live
    Living
    Lived
    Lively
    Lifeless
    Care
    Caring
    Cared
    Careful
    Careless
    Maths
    For Fireworks
    x10 Sky Crafter (£2.45)=£24.00
    x10 Bright Star FireWorks(£1.49)=£14.09
    x1 Standard FireWorks (£8.16)=8.16
    x5 Sprinkler FireWorks (£0.75)=£3.75
    Total Cost=£50.00
    For Food
    x5 Toffe Apple Cadbury Chocolate(£3.48)=£10.00
    x5 Cocoa Cola 20ml(£8.00p)=£10.00
    x10 Fizzy Lemonade (£3.00)=£30.00
    Total Cost=£50.00
    Oh And Here Is The Flag Challenge
    Philippiness
    Spain
    Thailand
    China
    Brazil
    EU
    Italy
    Belgium
    Germany
    Canada
    New Zealand
    Australia
    United States
    France
    England
    From Zoe

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  8. Wow Zoe. This is great- you set a great example to the rest of the class!

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