Friday, 28 August 2015

Exponents 2 Followup W6 T3

WALT:  Solve fraction facts using my knowledge of my timetables

Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Exponents Followup W6 T3

WALT: Solve fraction facts using my knowledge of my timetables

The flea market

WALT:Identify the author's purpose

Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Candle holders

WALT: Identify the author's purpose

This story was written and illustrated by Nyree Tompkins. It can be found in the School Journal Level 3 June 2012.

Monday, 24 August 2015

Wednesday, 19 August 2015

Fraction Facts

WALT: solve basic fraction problems using my knowledge of timetables

living on a shoestring

WALT: Identify the author’s purpose This story is written by a lady called Nyree tomkins

Monday, 17 August 2015

Term tree week 5

WALT: Identify the author's purpose

     27 + 73 = 100
     12 + 98 = 100
     31 + 69 = 100
     24 + 76 = 100
     45 + 55 = 100
     39 + 61 = 100
     45 + 55 = 100
     28 + 72 = 100
     35 + 65 = 100
     75 + 25 = 100

Friday, 14 August 2015

Exponents follow up 2

Walt: Use two strategies to solve number problems

Today the exponents are learning to use To strategies to solve problems.

584 + 845 = 1429                   584 + 845= 1429
5 + 8 = 13                             1429 - 845 = 584
84 + 45 = 129

27 + 47 = 74                          27 + 47 = 74
20 + 40 = 60                         74 - 47 = 27
7 + 7 = 14
60 + 14 = 74

Nikau palm tree

WALT: Find evidence in the text to support our answers

If you don't know what a nikau palm tree looks like or what it is please look at my presentation

Wednesday, 12 August 2015

Exponents Followup W4 T3

Walt: Use two strategies to solve number problem

Venn Diagram - Compare and Contrast

Walt: Find the main ideas in the text to help our understanding

This story is written by Sarah  Reid. It can be found in School Journal Part 3 Number 2 2000.

Grass to Glass - part one

Cows eat 70 kilograms of grass a day,or during winter the farmer would make silage.The cows would need to eat this massive amount of grass to produce milk and keep healthy.70 kilograms is as twice as heavy as me.

Cows have four stomachs, to break down and digest the grass into little pieces. The half digested grass gets burped back up and the cows have to chew it again for 1 minute.Some of the grass gets made into milk and some of the grass gets pooped out.

Milking happens twice a day, early in the morning and late at night. They can never be missed out or they can have an infection.

Now days milking machines do all the hard work, so it is an easy job for the farmer. Do you know 1 cow can give 30 liters of milk. It takes 7 to 8 minutes to milk each cow.

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here is a image from cows stomachs

Tuesday, 11 August 2015

Nine lemons

Walt: Find the hidden messages in the text

This story is written by Keren Cook. It's a story about Susan and Cathy who make lemonade using the lemons outside the house. But those lemons were meant for something else. 

Monday, 10 August 2015

Exponents practice activity

182 - 73 = 109
10 x 10 = 100
100 + 9 = 109

223 - 178= 45
5 x 8= 40
40 + 5 = 45

99 - 82 = 17
5 x 3 = 15
15 + 2 = 17


Bank Teller:
I am applying for the position of bank teller. I think that I would be good at this job because I am a trustworthy person and can do my job perfectly.

This job is perfect for me because at home, my brother gives me money to put it into his bank and I put it all in. I am an organised person that is able to listen to instructions and can learn really quickly.

Thank you for taking the time to read my application. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Friday, 7 August 2015

Exponents Followup W3 T3

WALT: Use more than one strategy to solve number problems

Today the Exponents are learning to use more then one strategy . 

Nine lemons

WALT: find the hidden text.

This is a story about a girl who wants to sell lemon juice to get money 

Wednesday, 5 August 2015

Living on a farm

     Living on a farm

What would you like to do if you were living on a farm? If i lived on a farm i would like to milk the cows in the milking shed.

my second choice would to look after the calf’s. Getting up early to feed them would be hard. there would be so much milk to make up, then take it to the calf’s pen and lift up into the containers for the calves to drink from.

Although there would be lots of fun things to do living on a dairy farm, and I would like to visit one, I am a city boy/girl at heart. I think I’m happy just to learn about what kids do growing up on a farm.

It has been interesting to learn about what it would be like to live on a dairy farm, all the jobs you get to help with and animals you care for. But living there full time? No thank you. I think I’ll stick to the city.

Tuesday, 4 August 2015

Exponents Followup Week 3 term 3

WALT: Use more than one strategy to solve number problems