Inspired by Stampylongnose, Iballisticsquid and their fellow Minecraft players, I played my first ever successful game of Minecraft (creative) on PC. I wanted to create my own Minecraft Hunger Games map but bumped into two problems straight away, I didn’t know how to fly and there were too many Slime’s! I decided to check the instructions sheet I was given and managed to sort out the flying problem. My little sister told me to kill the Slime’s and I ended up building the spawn and trying to keep out the really annoying Slime’s.
I didn’t manage to build the actual starting mechanism, but I found an awesome village and it weird because I couldn’t see any tiny or huge villagers, just a whole load of houses! The funniest thing’s were the Slime’s because if you were inside a house and the Slime was on the roof, you get these little green raindrops falling onto your head!
I love watching people playing Minecraft more than actually playing it myself because it isn’t actually me getting killed or me finding diamonds, but at least I could cheer whoever was playing on! Stampylongnose is my favourite Minecraft player and YouTuber, because he’s funny.
Today me and my sister made a minecraft cake. It was a sponge cake with my favourite minecraft players:
It was the spawn place of one minecraft hunger games map. I’ll leave the picture down below:.
Today, I found out that I had won an art competition that I did at the place where my mother works. It was a family open day and there was a drawing competition, children were requested to draw their favourite place they visited that evening. I drew an open-plan office. My sister drew a telepresence meeting room. I am the winner of the age 9-12 category. The prize is a £20 John Lewis voucher!
Telepresence meeting room
At school, in science, we made stargazers. they were basically tubes that if you held up to the sun, you could see a constellation. to make one just follow the steps bellow:
You will need:
- a toilet roll or kitchen roll
- black paper (or any colour except white)
- a sharp thing (a needle or pin)
- a constellation
- glue and scissors (if no glue, a rubber band)
- you cut out a circle from your coloured paper
- prick your chosen constellation onto the paper in the very middle
- stick your paper onto the toilet roll or kitchen roll, keeping the constellation in the middle hole part
- trim off the edge of the circle that is left
- If you do not have glue, just use a rubber band to secure in place the paper and DO NOT trim off the edge
At school we had a harvest festival. We sang:
- Who put the colours in the rainbow
- Five a day
- Harvest Samba
- Harvest song
- Cauliflowers fluffy
- Send your children hope