Friday, 21 September 2018

PrEP!!! 2018

For the last week we have been doing PrEP our group
(Aimee Pyper Millah Neve Emily Grace Abbie Sathvika) have
decided on doing fruit jars. This year the theme of prep is garden
to the table so we thought it would be a good idea to do that.
It has been so fun making the jars, we have already had little
market and we made a profit of 191k (kiwi is the name of our
money at Grey Main). Another thing in PrEP that we do is you can make money by working and at the market you can buy other people’s product. Over all it was a success, and I can’t wait until big market to do it again.


Monday, 10 September 2018

Problem solving

WALT: Apply our maths strategies to real life word problems.
This week for maths we have learning about Problem solving I found it easy accept the white box  where I could do the maths but I didn't now how to make the equation hard. Over all I think this activity was good because these are things we will have to think about in the future. This is how we did it Read each question carefully

Decide what the important information is in the problem.

Record the equation or equations it is asking you to solve.

Solve each problem using words, diagrams and symbols to show your working.


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Thursday, 30 August 2018

Writing (Girl and Giraffe)

WALT: Write an interesting sentences to describe

Another thing we did for writing this week was to describe and make a story from a photo. I chose to write a narrative and include my descriptive sentences in the story. 

I think I had a good hook to get the audience interested in reading my writing. My next learning step is to use simile and metaphor to describe.

How many adjectives can you find in my writing?

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It needed to happen. He couldn’t take it anymore. He needed to go home. I had had him every day since I can remember.

I love him but he is getting too big for the house. You can’t replace a dude like him, with his big black eyes, black spots, long legs, and his ratty tail, that can’t be forgotten. My mum said I had to him take home I told her he was home with me. Me and him both knew we would never see each other again. I had to walk him down to his habitat my mum had no car. Taking him home was the worst thing that ever happened to me. The grass wet and cold I packed him a blanket so he would remember my smell. We walked and walked to where supposedly his family was living on the way. I told him stories of what it would be like with his family, it was almost like he was listening to me. After a while we found his mother and father eating leaves. When we first seen them, his eyes widened. I took off his lead and let him go. I was bawling! I knew I would miss him but it was the right thing to do.

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Fraction Think Board


WALT: Read, write and show fractions in different ways.

For maths we were doing a Fraction think board were you chose
a fraction and then showed it in different ways. I liked this activity,
although I found the number line a little hard because I could not
figure out where to start my number line at. My next learning step is
to learn how to solve word problems involving fractions.






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Monday, 27 August 2018

Setting Map

WALT: Identify and describe settings within a story

Also this week for writing each group got a fairy tale and we had to draw the a map showing the setting for each main event in the fairy tale. Then we had to label them from 1~6 showing the order each setting appeared in the story. I liked this activity even though I can't draw because it was a different way to show our learning. My group is working on the fairy tale The 3 Billy Goat's Gruff.



Friday, 24 August 2018

What Makes a Fairy Tale?

This week when we were at the library we were looking at what makes a fairy tale and finding a fairy tale in the library. I found looking for and fairy tale hard because we were looking in the fiction section when they were actually in non fiction. Here is what I think a fairy tale is. Next time I could put more on where they are. I liked this activity because it was hands on.









Friday, 17 August 2018

Mysteries - The Loch ness Monster

We have been very busy this week, here is a small snippet of what we have been doing.

We have been looking at different myths and theories. One of them was the Loch Ness monster. We got a paragraph of a description of the Loch Ness monster then we had to draw what we think she looks like and  here is my work...

WALT: Identify keywords that help us visualise when we read.





Then we had to choose a topic word that has to do with Nessie (loch ness monster) I picked the word murky here is what I did....

WALT: Understand and use new vocabulary





WALT: Read for information and summarise in our own words

Our class has also been investigating our own mysteries.  We are using this web site called wonderopolis where you can ask random questions and they will show you the explained answer. Here was my question and answer for this week.