Thursday, 28 July 2016

Emu Aucitons

Walt: Use multiplication and division knowledge to solve number problems

Never Give Up

Walt: Find and use relevant parts of text to accurately answer questions Find proof in the text

Thursday, 7 July 2016

Shading Fractions

Greater Than and Less Than

Division with Remainders

Walt: Solve division problems with remainders
Use our knowledge of division and multiplication facts to help us solve these problems

I have learnt about Division with Remainders. Me and my friend Lyi Sorn worked it out together.

A Real Life Hero

Walt: Explain and describe a real life hero Success
 Criteria (WILF): Can write detailed paragraphs
 and use personal voice to retell Paul Martin's visit
Can use interesting words in our writing
Our writing makes sense
A Real Life Hero is a person that protects or defend others if they are in danger. A Real Life Hero protects people from getting hurt or who need help like Fire Fighters, Ambulance, Nurses, Doctors and Police Officers are all examples of a real life everyday heroes.

My Real Life Hero is my dad. He always encourages me when I play sports like Netball. My dad is a Real Hero because he always take care of us. He drops us off to school and he always take us somewhere. He always feeds us at home or when we go somewhere to eat.

My dad is my Real Life hero because he is nice and kind to other people because if people are nice to him then he will be nice to them.

I love my dad because he is always a hero.

Friday, 1 July 2016

Speech Marks

Walt: use speech marks and other punctuation marks correctly

As soon as Tim got his pocket money, he jumped on his bike and raced straight down to the shop. How can I help you? asked the shopkeeper.
Tim looked long and hard at all the ice-blocks and finally said, I'd like a “lemonade ice-block” please. Here's your ice-block. “That will be one dollar and fifty cents,” said the shopkeeper. Tim put his money on the counter and headed out the door calling, Thanks very much, as he went.

Come back, called the shopkeeper. There's fifty cents change.
In that case, said Tim, walking back to the counter, “I'll have a packet of chewing gum” as well. There you are. I “hope you enjoy it,” said the shopkeeper. I will, said Tim.