Math’s mate, Term 4 – sheet 8, Question 24

Predict:

I predict that this times and adding.

Question:

Fill int he missing numbers to produce correct equations in every row and column.

Big Question:

What are the missing numbers?

Strategies:

Guess, check and improve and work backwards.

Solving:

First I did 4 x something equals 32 and I know that 4 x 8 equals 32. Then it has 32 + something equals 48 and the only thing that equal that is 16 so 32 + 16 is 48. Now 4 x something equals 32 again and that means its 8.  8 x 2 = 16. The bottom line is 32 + 16 = 48

 

 

 

 

 

Camp: Ship wreck-cost

The first stop was the Aboriginal center where we saw paintings’ and smelt a gum tree leave. When we got to the of the bush walk we threw boomerangs. Some went really high and others bounce off nothing like mine! At the end when started to head down to the Narana Creations where a guy played the didgeridoo and they made sounds like  foxes, kookaburra and others sounds.

The next stop was at red rock hill where we saw a elephant shaped rock in the distance because it was very high up and the view was gob smacking. Up in the high mountains was very windy and now that we are leaving were going to Warrnambool.

At the end of the day we had a quiz. We got dived into small groups.  It was so fun and exciting.

The next day Bus 1 did kite making.

The Five Big Question[ How to get fabulously rich]

BIG QUESTION #1: What makes this book good?

I didn’t like this book but I liked the descriptive words because it made people more engaged with the book and made it visual.

BIG QUESTION #2: What would make this book better?

I think that the Author could have added more charioteer because there were 4 main characters and they didn’t say much.

BIG QUESTION #3: Whats the most important thing the author wants you to know?

That money cant give you happiness and every thing.

BIG QUESTION #4: Why did the writer write this?

I think that the Author wrote this because every body wastes there money lottery tickets and don’t even win and that money can’t give you happiness.

BIG QUESTION #5: What does the audience need to understand and to enjoy the book?

The audience need to understand how billy felt like when he only won 12 dollar’s and all Billy wont’s is money.

 

 

 

 

100WC week 12- Letter in a bottle

Dear the children of the Philippines,

I have heard about the typhoon and i’m upset that children like you have to go through with this and I hope that this will give you hope. I understand your sad for losing the people you love and losing your hope so this is a bottle to raise you happiness. I have told other people about this tragedy and there donating money to support you and the other children and I will be helping by donating money to World vision who helps the countries that are poor so I’m helping.

Best Wishes Rebecca,