Questacon was absolutely amazing . They had every -thing, every single little thing, even a slide a free fall slide at a 90 degree angle. I didn’t go on it but heaps of other people did. My hairs were sticking up with excitement when my friends Maddy was about to go on but then she didn’t and I don’t blame her. I couldn’t believe it heaps of other people when on the free fall
Why do we use oil?
We use oil for transport so we can get to place’s quicker. We also use oil for our cooking so we can eat food and survive.
| Oil is good because it helps us with transport and cooking and lots more. It can be found in a lot of places. Oil can be transported all over the world by ships and planes.
|Oil can leek when it is getting transported. It releases fumes that pollute the air. It can soon run out after time.
|Australia only owns 0.3% of oil in the world. Venezuela owns the most oil in the world. There are an estimate 0f 1.4 trillion barrels in the world of oil.|
Predict: Adding, partitioning and guessing.
Reading: Each bead has a value according to its colour. The value of the first three string of are given. What is the value for the last string?
The BIG Question: What is the value for the last string?
Solve: Firstly I broke 17 into 5 numbers. 4 was the same numbers and 1 was different. For fun I tried 4, four’s and 1,one, then I added them up and it worked. So filled in the same numbers in the colour. So then I only needed to 6 to the third one and 4 to the other so I put 2 in. Added 1,2,2,4,4 together witch made 13.
” I’m scared” Jasmine said “Me too” said Aubrey. “Can you see a way out?” “Na.” “Oh No. His coming again.” “Where? I don’t see. On No, now I see!” “RUN!!” “Nooo, Aubrey!!” Jasmine said. “YOU SCARY GHOST!!!! YOU KILLED MY BEST FRIEND!!! Oh, okay, I’ll start running.” “I’m freaking out here, wait there’s no-one there.” KA-BOOM!!!. What now. Jasmine thought to her-self. What!! The ghost is throughing fire bomb’s at me. Oh no, I wish there was a way out of here, but where could I go? Jasmine said to her-self “OUCH, I’v been shot!!”
I want Lucy to have a healthy and safe life she needs to go to school! Imagine not being able to understand the world as we no it. Not being able to read, write ,and understand the world! All we need to do is give her the right to go to school. We could send a bus to her so she would not have to walk. But if we can solve really big problems in our world we can solve this one so we can give Lucy chance
I predict that this question will be about problem solving.
34_ + 247+1_7 = _41
Whats the BIG question? –
What goes in the gap to make the problem correct.
I tried all different answers. Once I got an answer that was close I kept going in till I got this- 347 + 247 + 147 = 741
In summary I tried all different sums int ill I got this one-347 + 247 + 147 = 741!
I was walking out of the airport in Paris and ready see famous buildings, sight’s, the Mona Lisa and the famous Eiffel Tower.
After putting my bags away I was on my way to the Eiffel Tower. When we got there I was greeted with bonjour. There was a lot of people from different countries with there language I couldn’t under – stand. After enjoying the view I went to a restaurant and sat down. I called for a waiter and when he came some of the words sounded like a foreign language and I couldn’t under – stand a word he said.
It was a normal day at home as I headed towards the kitchen to find something to eat because I was really hungry, as I into the kitchen I walked over to the cupboards and had a look to see what i could have for a snack and then suddenly out of nowhere a monster jumped out at me and grabbed me and pulled me into the box of biscuits. as I was pulled down the long windy tunnel of colour i could not imagine what was at the other end but just as I reached the bottom my vision went black and I woke up the next day ling on the floor.
Question: two compasses cost as much as three protractors. how much are six protractors if one compass is $3.
Predict: i predict this question will be a brain teaser.
Clarify: i have noting to clarify.
Find the big question: how much do 6 protractors cost?
Solution: i worked it out by using the picture and just doubling the amount of protractors and my answer was $12.
Summary: i thought that i did pretty well with this question but I did take time to understand and then when i understood it was quite easy for me.
Landlord, Liberty, Justice, Monarch, Murmur, Parliament, Partition, Premier, Security Solicitor
Activity One: Write a paragraph using 5 list words. Make the paragraph interesting to the reader; remember word choice as a trait to embellish your paragraph.
A solicitor went to parliament where he murmur his words. The landlord couldn’t understand but when it was his turn he fought for his liberty. The solicitor’s tug was painful. It all started when he first woke up. It was just another happy morning. He went outside to hope on the his car he was eating his breakfast and a bee came along and bit his tug so that’s why the solicitor was murmuring.
Use a dictionary to assist you to formulate the meaning of 5 list words
Liberty – Meaning freedom
Parliament – The highest legislature Landlord – A person who rents out land, a building, or accommodation Premier – A Prime Minister or head of government Security – The state of being free from danger or threat
Which witch can make you itch? Complete the sentences below with “which” or “witch”.
a. “Which side of the river do you think we should stake our claim? “ asked the prospector. ( Which, witch)
b. The witch used magic to turn fools gold into real gold. (which, witch)
c. the police constable insisted that the gold diggers identify which of there fellow miners were claim jumpers (which, witch)
d. “Do you think the witch in the story is real or imaginary?” asked the student. ( which, witch)
e. ” Which gold coach should we bail up next?” asked the bushranger. (which, witch)
f. On which continent did the Spaniards search fruitlessly for the fabled city of gold which was thy named ” El Dorado, The Gilded One”?
Explain the difference between the following Homophones:
a. Weather, wether and whether
b. Way, weigh and whey
c. Wear, where and we’re
d. Praise, prays and preys
e. Saw, soar and sore
f. Wails, Wales and whales
g. Right, write and rite
h. Awe, oar, or and ore.