100 word challage week 27

The reason I would like to be a night zookeeper is because you get to look after animals plus you get to look after them in the dark and I love it when it is pitch black. Another reason I would like to be a night zookeeper is because many of the animals are nocturnal. This means they are more active at night so I get to watch them hunt and play. I just hope I’m not on the menu! One of the main creatures I would like to get to know are the bats. As long as they aren’t vampire bats.

maths mate term 1 sheet 7

PREDICT: I predict that this will be about problem solving.

READ: An indoor cricket team makes seven runs in one over but loses 5 runs in the next. if the team continues scoring in this way, how many overs will they take to reach 15 overs?

CLARIFY: there was noting to clarify.

THE BIG QUESTION: How many overs will they take to reach 15 overs?

STRATEGY: I counted up all the overs they will get.

SUMMARY: All of these kind of challenging  even my dad can’t get it but in the end we get it right.

ANSWER: 9 Overs

100 word challage week 26

Portal Part 2: After bringing the man back trough the portal the two detectives walked home,  one of them pointed up to the sky and said “look up , can you see the giant turtle flying in the sky”.  They now knew that a new case had been identified! So they started snooping around looking for clues  that related to the flying turtle. Suddenly in a dark alleyway they found a poorly hidden canister that was full of mutagen. They  realised that the mutagen had transformed the turtle into a flying monster. Was this the beginning of the end of the human race?

maths mate term 1 sheet 6

Predict: I predict that this problem will be about problem solving.

Read: Mr Bean tries to push his car up a 800 meter hill. in one hour he pushes the car up 200 meters then stops to rest and the car slips back 100 meters. How many hours does it take to climb the hill.

Clarify: There was nothing to clarify.

The Big Question: How many hours does it take to push a car up a 800 meter hill.

Strategy: I counted up the hours it would take to push a car up a 800 meter hill.

Summary: This question was harder then all the problem solving questions ever in my life but again with some help I got back on track.

Answer: 9 hours.

 

 

 

100 word challage week 25

One day a little girl was wondering in a meadow when she saw a big brown box. She walked over  and opened it but when she lifted the lid a giant monster covered in green fur with big purple spikes on its back jumped out at her! She was so terrified  she ran from the huge beast but   tripped over and was trapped between the dark forest and the hungry beast! The creature roared and the girl screamed. Luckily a group of explorers heard her screams and rushed to the scene.  They shot the beast and she was rescued.

maths mate term 1 sheet 5

PREDICT:

I predict that this will be about problem solving.

READ:

A snail attempts to climb a 4 meter wall in 1 hour he climbs 2 meters then stops to rest and slips back 1 meter if this keeps happening how many hours will it take the snail to climb the wall.

CLARIFY:

there was nothing to clarify.

THE BIG QUESTION:

How many hours does it take for a snail to climb a4 meter wall.

STRATIGY:

I counted the hours it would take and the hours he would fall and added them up.

SUMMARY:

Overall this question was very and I mean very hard but with some help from dad like sheet 4 I got it right

ANSWER:

5 hours.

100 word challage week 24

Jack was taking the cow to the market to sell it. On the way there he met a man who said he had some magic beans. Jack took the beans  without going to the market! When he got home he showed the beans to his mother and she got angry,  she grabbed the beans out of his hand and threw them out the window. The next day jack looked out of his window to see a giant beanstalk! So he  climbed up the beanstalk but was stopped by a giant so he climbed down the beanstalk and chopped it down.

maths mate term1-sheet 4

PREDICT:

I predict this question going to be about problem solving.

READ:

Linda was in the middle of the queue sixteenth from the top and sixteenth from the bottom, how many people are standing in the queue.

CLARIFY:
There was nothing to clarify.

THE BIG QUESTION:

How many people are standing in the queue.

SUMMARY:

Because I’ve done questions just like this it was really easy and there always fun to do.

ANSWER:
31

 

 

 

Austrailian Federal parliament representation

House of representatives

Distribution by state/territory.

 

Federal Parliament Graph No. 2 Luca, Finn and Ruby

over the past few days we have been doing activity’s based on direct and indirect representation in Australia politics and about the three levels of governments. The three levels of government are Federal, State and local!  Federal takes care of national parks and national issues! state care of transport and Local takes care of Local parks and Local libraries and so on.

After that we went into groups of 5 and had to choose a place to choose a place to eat and agree on it. Then the whole class got together to find out what place we would like to go on an excursion! It took us about 15 mins but then we agreed on going around the world, If  the class takes 15 mins to decide on something, how long does it take for the government to decide on something?

Then the next task was to into a group of three and had to fill out a sheet and choose a state! Our group chose W.A. and had to find out the number of members from each houses of our state, and the number of electors from each state! After we put all of our note taking in these two charts  one up the top that  is the house of representations. And the one below  is the house of senate.

House of senate

distribution by senate/territory

Federal Parliament Graph No. 2 Luca, Finn and Rebecca