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Wednesday, 27 June 2018

Fraction Group Problems

Miss Szymanik brought 15 puzzles for her class. ⅕ of the puzzles
were for 10 -  12 year olds. How many of the puzzles were for 10 -
12 year olds?
What is the context of the question?
Miss Szymanik went to a store and brought 15 puzzles for her class.

What is the question asking us to do?
The question asking us to find out how to  puzzles were for
10 - 12 year olds.

Show your working (what division or multiplication facts helped
you):  15 division by 5 = 3
                           5 x 3 = 15


Answer:   3 of the puzzles were for 10 - 12 year olds.




Mr Moran brought some cake to share for his birthday last week.
It was cut into 18 pieces. ⅙ of the pieces were chocolate flavoured.
How many chocolate flavoured pieces were there?


What is the context of the question?  
Mr Moran brought some cake Mr Moran share for his birthday
last week.


What is the question asking us to do? The question is asking
us to find out how many pieces of the cake were chocolate flavoured.


Show your working (what division or multiplication facts helped
you):  18 division by 6 = 3
                           3 x 6 = 18


Answer:    3 of the pieces of cake were chocolate.

Mr Burt brought 35 new chromebooks for students. ⅖ of them
didn’t have bags. How many chromebooks still needed bags?


What is the context of the question?
Mr Burt brought 35 new chromebook for the students.

What is the question asking us to do?
The question is asking us to find out how many new
chromebooks still need bags.  

Show your working (what division or multiplication
facts helped you):  35 division by 5 = 7
                           7 x 5 = 35
                            7 x 2 = 14
                             ⅖ of 35 = 14


Answer:  14 chromebooks still needed bags.


Mrs Lagitupu brought 100 new cameras. ⅖
of them were Sony brand. How many Sony brand cameras did
she buy?
                                                                                                                   
What is the context of the question?
The context is that Mrs Lagitupu went to a shop and
bought 100 new sony cameras.


What is the question asking us to do?
It was asking us to  find out how many sony brand cameras
did Mrs lagitupu buy.


Show your working (what division or
multiplication facts he
100 division by  5 = 20
50 x 2 = 100
Answer:  20 of the cameras were Sony brand.
Miss Parrant brought 21 pairs of rugby boots
for her Rippa team. 3/7 of them were Adidas brand boots.
How many adidas brand boots did Miss Parrant buy?
What is the context of the question?
Miss Parrant got  21 pairs of rugby boots for her Rippa team.

What is the question asking us to do?
The question asking us to find out how many rugby boot there are.

Show your working (what division or multiplication facts helped
you):  
21 division by 3/7 = 12
3 x 4 = 12
 
Answer: 12 of  the boots were Adidas brand boots.




Mrs Moala brought 28 ice blocks to share with her class. ¾
were lemonade flavoured. How many lemonade flavoured ice
blocks were there?

What is the context of the question?

What is the question asking us to do?

Show your working (what division or multiplication facts
helped you):
7 + 7 = 14
14 + 14 = 28
14 division by 2 = 7
7
7
7
7

Answer: 7  ice blocks were lemonade.






The Kindest Family



The Kindest Family 


Question
Answer
P 2. What did the family work hard to grow?
Rice
P 4.Why was the rich lady unkind?
Because when the old woman knocked on the door. The old woman said “Could you give me something to eat and drink, please??.
P 5. Why did the rich lady say the old lady couldn’t come in?
The rich lady said you’re too old and ragged to come in here.
P 6.When the old lady got to the poor people’s house, what did she ask for?
She asked if she could have something to eat and drink.
P 8.What kind of people are the poor people? How do you know?
The poor family was hungry but they gave the old woman all that they had to eat and drink. 
P. 8. was it so kind of the family to give the old woman her food?


Yes they are so kind.





P 10. Why were the family surprised when they woke up in the morning?

The poor family was surprised when the old woman was in fine clothes, and the old woman was holding a big golden sack.
P 11. What words did the family have to say to fill the golden sack?
“Come!  Come! Fill up the sack!”
What is the moral of this story, what does this story teach us?




This story is a good story because the moral of this story is kind.If you see someone that don’t have food you could give them some food and one day they will do something surprised. 


Synonyms

In the book, the old woman’s clothes are described as ‘ragged’.

Colour in the 3 words that mean the same as ‘ragged’.


torn
hospital
shiny
ripped
old
bed

Draw a line to match the words that share the same meaning:





quick
pretty
rest
grin
massive
relax
little
fast
smile
incredible
beautiful
lady
amazing
enormous
woman
tiny



Thursday, 14 June 2018

Re-crafting our writing

Choose some writing you have done in the last few weeks. Paste it below.
Once  a upon  a time there was  a girl named loala.
loala  and she had love long light brown hair her
eye alway shine just like the sun she was kind. She
and her brother Teingoa went to their cousins house.
Their names were  Faiana and Joseph their mum
name was Ake and dad was


Paste it again. We are now going to re-craft it. To improve
our writing today we need to have
  • A simple sentence    
  • A compound sentence
  • 3 descriptive words
  • Capital letters in the right place
  • Full stops in the right place

Once  a upon  a time a girl named Loala was kind. Loala  had lovely long  light brown hair, and her eyes always shone in the sun. She was kind to her friends and family. She and her brother Teingoa went to their cousin’s house. Their names were  Faiana and Joseph, their mum’s name was Anna and the dad’s was Noa.