Spelling Week 10 group 2

My words:

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.

Activity two:

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

 

Activity Three:

Memory trick:

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”?

 

Activity Four:

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.

Maths mate sheet 7 term 1

Question 22: Draw the missing figure.

Maths Mate Sheet 7 Empty

Predict: I thinks this will be about patterns.

Clarify: Nothing

Find the big picture: What shape fits the pattern.

Solve:

1. First I found out that it would have to have a triangle body because each line needs a square oval and triangle.

2. Then I worked out that it’s arms had to be straight because each line needs arms pointing down, up and straight.

3. The head and legs are all the same and that works!.

 

100 WC week 28

My mother always said to me that i should always keep my chin up, so i did. I always would love her. Every night when she got home I would run up to her  and hug her.

I grew up to be a teenager and my mother grew up to become older.

I came to visit her one day. I sat by her bed. He said to me i love you and became weaker and weaker. He passed away not long a go. I sat by his coffin,  but I thought I had enough time… To say goodbye. The end.