# Maths Mate Term 3 sheet 4 question 24

Predict- I predict that this question will include trial and error.

Read- Each bead has a vale according to its color. The values of the first three are given what is the last one.

Clarify- Each color has to have the same number.

Whats the BIG question- What do the last beads add up to?

Solve- I used trial and error by trying all different number combinations in till  one worked.

# Spelling week 4 term 3

Activity 1

Activity 2

Start preparing your speech for class masters, if you’re not sure of your topic
check with your teacher- finished speech on volcanoes.

Activity 3

Start looking for ideas for your debate topics, the earlier you begin this
process the easier it will be when it is your turn to debate- Did a little research on debate with Maddy and Kallum.

Activity 4

Choose four list words. Write each word in a sentence to indicate you have a
good understanding of the word.-

Destroy– To wreck something.

Raindrops- Little drops of water.

Freezing– When it is extremely cold.

Temperature- The exact measurement of how hot or cold something is.

Activity 5

By now you should have your book for Literature Circles. Jess and I will be
collecting your books each week. Make sure you take notes as each group
member discusses their homework- DONE

Activity 6

Suffixes: Write the definition of a suffix.
Complete the table below with as many suffixes as possible.

A suffix is letters behind a base word that changes its meaning.

ABLE- releasable, reliable, ACTION-

# Maths Mate sheet 2 term 3

Predict- I predict this problem will include trial and error.

Read-Carl looked at the page numbers on the open book in front of him. The left and right page numbers added to 333. What were the page numbers?

Clarify- Nothing to clarify.

Whats the BIG question? What numbers that come after each other add up to 333?

Solve- I am going to use trial and error. I will try all different numbers. First I picked 157+ 158. It was wrong I worked out who how  numbers took to add up to 333. Then I kept going in till I got my answer.

Summary- The two answers were 166 and 167.

# Spelling week 2 term 1

Activity 1

In book

Activity 2

Have finished most of prepared speech on volcanoes.

Activity 3

Did some research on debate.

Activity 4

Discussion- is a conversation between people.

Captain- A leader of a organization.

Pride- Taking pleasure in a achievement.

Performance- A show or play.

Activity 5

DONE

Activity 6

Prefix- A prefix are letters in front of a word that changes it completely. Example Pre+ cooked = Precooked

Pre                                     Hyper                               Trans

Transparent

Transport

Transmitting

Pre cooked                         hyperventilate

hyperventilation

Prepare

# Maths Mate Term 3 sheet 1

Predict- I predict this problem will be about problem solving,patterns and puzzles.

Read- The question says Fill in the cross number puzzle following numbers.  three digits 191 312 411 611 four digits– 1969 1973 1974 1980 five digits 91413 60151.

Clarify- Nothing to clarify.

Solve- I tried all possibilities. It took me a while  to fit them all in. I used trial and error.

Summary- In summary I used trial and error to include all the digit numbers into my puzzle and it worked.

# Spelling Week 1 term 3!

Activity 1

three
times into your homework book – done in book.
Activity 2

Start preparing your speech for class masters, if you’re not sure of your topic
check with your teacher. My topic is volcanoes. For my prepared speech.

I have done lots of my work on pompai the volcano and some on facts about volcanoes.

Activity 3

Start looking for ideas for your debate topics, the earlier you begin this
process the easier it will be when it is your turn to debate. My debate – weather does not influence peoples decisions.I started doing my argument.

Activity 4

Choose four list words. Write each word in a sentence to indicate you have a
good understanding of the word.

Weather- The temperature of how cold or hot it is outside

Negative– Means the opposite of positive. You can be disagreeing or being upset or angry about something that is being negative.

Prepared–  Being organized or ready for something.

queue– A line waiting for something.

Activity 5

5. Remember to read all of the reference material that has been placed on the

# Rusting process post

Rust happens when your metal or martial is active and working hard.It can mean the metal is growing older as well. First your metal will start to become less active and begin to rust. A red oxide will appear on your material. It is just a corrosion  an process that  metal goes through. Rust  is just a reaction by metal.

Rust looks like- Reddish crumbly oxide.

Is rust common- Yes most metals go through this stage at some point unless it is prevented with other materials.

How can you prevent rust- Protecting it  from wet surfaces and covering it with aluminium wrap or glad wrap.

# Maths Mate Sheet 8 Question Term 2

Predict-I predict this problem is about trial and error.

Read-If you could roll the same number every time , what number would you chose? To start and finish in the least number of rolls.

Clarify-I have nothing to clarify.

Maths toolbox.-Trial and error.

Solve- I am going to chose a random number. I chose 7. It took heaps of going down and up. Then I tried six. It didn’t work. Then it didn’t work. So I tried five and it worked.

Summary -Five is the least amount of rolls to get from start to finish.

# Spelling Week # 9

Activity 1

Only some chemical reactions can be reversed.

On our recycling project we researched aluminium.

The old bike was rusting away it was almost corrode.

” Lets learn about oxide today in the science lab”. said Jess

The spectrum of personality’s start at really nice and really mean.

Activity 2

Marry’s Landlord.

Mable’s Loneliness took over her mind.

Ice’s Chemical reactions were simple but interesting.

Eves oxide project was breathtaking!

Josie’s Aluminum project was boring.