Camp Reflection

I couldn’t believe it when..  Grace & I were hiding under our cabin bunk bed. We were hiding there so when Ore came in we could jump out and scare her.It was a master plan. The sleeping bag was slightly positioned over the bed to hide what lay under. The lights were off  & the curtains were closed . ‘Shhhhhh their coming’ Grace whispered. ‘ When they come in do we scream or what
?’  Grace asked. ‘Shhhhhhh their here!!’ I whispered.

The door creaked open. It wasn’t just Ore it was Angelica and Deanne too. Deanne neared towards the bed. ‘ Grab her foot’ Grace exclaimed. I grabbed it! Deanne screamed & fell to the floor. Angelica and ore screamed. we jumped out squealing with laughter.

I couldn’t believe it when… I was standing in Parliament admiring the beautiful buildings and paintings , surrounded by beauty. Credits to Brigitte.

photos for bloglolllBooyeeeeeeeeee

Maths Mate sheet 8 term 4

Predict- I predict this question will be about problem solving.

Read- Which deal costs less per milliliter. A) 75 c for 500 ml B) $2 for 2 liter

Whats BIG question?- What deal costs less?

Clarify – Nothing to clarify.

Solve- I first have to find out how many millimeters are in a meter. There are 1000. Then I then times 75 c by 2 because there is 500 ml for 75 c. 75 x 2 equals 150.

Summary- So the answer is B costs less. This is true because $2.00 for 2 liters is deal B. But deal A is $3.00 for 2 liters.

Maths Mate sheet 7 question 24

Predict- I predict this question will be about problem solving

Read-the question says:Fill in the missing digits in the multiplication sum.1_4 x 8 =_9_

Clarify- Nothing to clarify

Whats the BIG  question?- Fill in the missing digits in the multiplication sum.

Solve- First I will work out what I know- 8 x 9 = 72 now I need to work out the rest.

Summary- The answer is 124 x 8 = 992

Maths Mate sheet 6 question 22

Predict- I predict this question will  be about problem solving.

Read- The question says : Which deal costs less per metre A-$1.50 for 15 m or B-$5 for 45 m.

Whats the BIG question?- The BIG question is Which deal costs less per metre A-$1.50 for 15 m or B-$5 for 45 m.

Clarify- Nothing to clarify

Solve- First found out how much it would be for the $1.50 option if it were 45 metres and it equaled $4.50. Which is only 50 cence less then option B!

Summary- The answer is 50 cence

Maths Mate sheet 5 term 4 question 23

Predict- I predict this problem will be about problem solving

Read- The question says – each flag represents a different digit. Fill in the chipher.

Clarify- Whats a chipher? A chipher is a sum

Whats the BIG question?-  Fill in the missing digit things.

Solve- The first sum has 3+ 1_4 shaded of a square  equals two halves. I know the answer has to be two of the same numbers so it cant be 77 or 44 it has too be something less so I guess 11. Then the next sum is 1_4 of a square shaded x  a differently positioned half =  1 half and a differently positioned 1_4.  So I knew it would have to be 7 x 2 = 14.

Summary- I wrote all the answers at the bottom!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Almost Alice school performance poem

The curtain rose

Everyone took a pose

The gleaming light shone on the  white army their graceful  , beautiful ,

captivating dance filled the stage with delight and wonder as the steps astounded the audience.

contained wonder………………

BAM

A blood army of impostors march in and interrupt the dance!

Their loud aggressive musical fight draws the audience closer , closer , closer

The steps are scary  and roaring

Pure madness

The curtain rose

and everyone took a pose

 

Maths Mate sheet 4 term 4 Question 21

Predict-  I predict this question will be about probability.

Clarify-  Nothing to clarify.

Read- The question says what is the probability that this spinner will land on an odd number.Write it as a fraction.

Whats the BIG question?-count how many odd then turn it into a fraction.

Solve- First I count all the odd numbers that are located on the spinner. There are three even. Then I count odd there are five odd.Then I count how many numbers all together. There are eight. I then turn the odd ones in a fraction by doing this 5 odds 8 parts.

Summary- 5

8

 

Maths Mate sheet 3 term 4

Predict- I predict this question will be about problem solving.

Read- The question says :Fill in the magic square (hint:Every row & column adds up to the same sum)

Clarify– How will I know what the sum is? -Well the numbers in a row that is already written says 4 9 14 which add up to 27 so each column or row must add up to 27.

Whats the BIG  question- The big question is fill in the magic square so that every sum adds up to 27.

Solve- Every column and row I put a number sentence that will add up to  27.

Summary- 12               4              11                 they all add up to 27 – YAY!!

8            9                  8

7          14                 6

Maths Mate sheet 2 term 4

Predict- I predict this problem will be about problem solving and using prior knowledge.

Read- Its reads fill in the appropriate numbers of the titles of six famous stories. It also has a hint the numbers will add up to a perfect square.

Then add up the numbers it has

Ali baba and the ?

? Dalmatians

The  ? steps

Around the world in ?days

Snow white and the ? dwarfs

catch ?

Clarify- What is a square a perfect square is when two numbers can be timed by each other to get the number. E.g 20 x 20

Whats the BIG question?- yhe big question is fill in the correct numbers and add them up to get a square.

Solve- I filled in the right numbers and checked with my mum

Ali baba and the 40  thieves

101 Dalamatians

The  39 steps

Around the world in 80 days

Snow white and the 7 dwarfs

catch 22

I added all the numbers up which got me to 289. Then I made sure it was a perfect square because 17 x 17 is 289!!

Summary- the answer is 289!!