Maths Mate Term 1 Sheet 6 Problem 23

The question said Jo spent 53 dollars on tulips and orchids.

The tulips cost 6 dollars each and orchids 7 dollars each.

First two numbers I got where 6 and 7 equals 13 next three I got where 7,7 and 6 witch equals 20 13+20 equals 33 but i’m not finished yet.

The last three numbers I got where 7,7 and 6 equals 20 again so 33+20 equals 53 yes there are 8 flowers and thats how I worked out this problem.

Night Zoo Keeper

When the rest of the city is sleeping,it’s my job to be awake.

As the sun goes down the animals start to stir,and the stars begin to twinkle all around us.

The zoo comes alive with animal sounds.Lions are roaring,tigers are growlling,owls are hooting,squirrels are squirrelling and my favourite australian animal of all time the koalas are munching on delicious eucalyptus leaves.

I love knowing all the animals by name.My favourites are Gavin the giraffe,Simon the snake,Lemmy the lion,Henry the hippotamus and Pedro the platypus.

By the time the sun comes up i’m ready for more action.

Spelling Term 1 Week 8

Activity One:

Alfred was sent to court.For putting a nedle into someones arm when he wasn’t allowed.

It was illegal so he was jailed.The judges thought he was guilty and what he did was against the law.

Activity Two:

guilty- having committed an offense,crime,violation,or wrong,especially against moral or penal law.

illegal- forbidden by law or statute.

imports- to bring in (merchandise,commoditis,workers,etc.)

income- the monetary payment received for goods or services,or from other sources,as rents or investments.

jury- a group of persons sworn to render a verdict or true answer.

Activity Three:

a. I peeled all of the potatoes and out them in the pan.

b. We have two pianos at home.

c. We watched in awe as the two volcanoes erupted.

d. The dogs chased the three kangaroos across the paddock.

e. I cut up all of the tomatoes and put them in the salad.

f. The heroes who rescued the children were awarded medals.

g. We took lots of photoes at the wedding.

h. All the frightened buffaloes stampeded across the plain.

Activity Four:

”ine” as in ”wine” define,cuisine,fine,guillotine,line,dine,mine,vine,spine.

”ine” as in ”engine” genuine,medicine,famine.

”ine” as in ”sardine” routine,nectarine,vaccine,machine.

 

 

Maths Mate Sheet 5 Problem 24

The question asked you to fill in the circles so each line equals the sum. You had to combined two numbers to equal 15,17 and 20 so I came up with 9 + 6 =15 so thats correct to make 17 I came up with 6 + 11=17 so thats correct as well and the last step to make it equal 20 I came up with 11+9=20 so thats how you work out that problem.

The Weather

One lazey morning it was about 9:00 Camron was late for school he had to be at school 9:20 and he was still in bed his mum yelled ” Camron are you sill in bed”?

hurry up then she slamed the door and went to work.When he got to school he felt really hot at recess and lunch he just wanded around because if he had a big day he would defently go to bed.

His mum came in and said … look up! can you see the skys colour wat! why is it dark red thats wat made it so hot at school today.

 

Spelling Term 1 Week 7

Activity One:

a) allowed  aloud  b) bare  bear  c) barren  baron  d) bury  berry  e) boar  bore  f) boarder  border  g) bridal  bridle  h) caught court

Activity Two:

debt- something that is owed or that one is bound to pay to or perform for another.

deputy- a person appointed or authorized to act as a substitute for another or others.

dictate- to say or read ( something) aloud for another person to transcribe or for a machine to record.

Exports- to ship ( commodities) to other countries or places for sale, exchange, etc.

grant- to bestow or confer, especially by a formal act.

Activity Three:

That night, when it was dark, they quietly crept along and go on the ship’s deck.

Everyone was too busy to notice them. By and by they came to a black, square hole, and down they crept by a ladder that was in it. They found a lower deck after they had gone down a little way, and had just stepped onto it when the hole was covered over.

Activity Four:

a. There are two chiefs in this tribe.

b. We cut the oranges into halves.

c. The police arrested the three thieves.

d. The baker gave me seven loaves of bread.

e. The men and their wives are touring on the Gold Coast.

f. We stacked the books on the two bottom shelves.

g. The wolves were driven off by the noise of the guns.

h. We swept up all the fallen leaves in the garden.

 

Term 1 Sheet 4 Problem 24

The equastion told you to not to repeat the numbers 1-9 for this addition sum.

The sum was 146+807 but first I had to fill in the missing numbers.Firstly you do 6+7 which equals 13 so you put down the 3 and carry the 1.

Secondly you do 1+4 equals 5 and the last step is you do 1+8 equals 9.So the answer altogether is 953.

 

The Weird Lid

There was a girl whose name was Pen. After school there was a problem – everyone in her family ate everything by the middle of the week.

So, on the Friday her parents told her they were going out so she had a good idea.  She went shopping and bought things she never gets, and hid the food in a shoe box so she can have something to eat for the next week after she gets home from school.

In the morning she checked if her food was there, but when she lifted the lid there was just SHOES in the box!  “What happened to my treats?” wondered Pen …

Spelling Week Six

Activity One: Please complete the following sentences with them or those.

1. Those parliamentarians are arguing again – stop them.

2. Pass me those volumes of Hansard, please.

3. Do you agree with those new laws to be presented for Parliamentary debate?

4. The police picked up those burglars in the neighbor’s backyard.

Activity Two: Decide which words below have silent letters.Write these words and letters into the boxes.

Word: sea,cooperate,marriage.

Silent Letters: Debt,foreighn,monarch,adjorn,campaign,bridge,roads,rights,shadow.

Activity Three: Look in your thesaurus to find two synonyms and two antonyms for each word below.

govern: synonyms control rule antonyms mismanage misgovern.

pollution: synonyms cortamination infection antonyms cleahlinenss purification.

member: synonyms component comrade antonyms foe opponent.

 

 

Maths Mate Term 1 Sheet 3 problem 23

The problem said use the diagrams to calculate the weight of one black sphere.

First one was four circles=16 so each one was worth 4.Second one was four dark circles and two white circles the dark circles each were 2×4=8 the two white circles both were 4×2=8 they both equal 8 so the answer for the problem is 2.

And thats how you work out the problem.