Spelling term 3

ACTIVITIES:

1. Please copy your words out THREE times in your spelling book.

2. choose four list words. Write each sentence to indicate you have a good understanding of the word.

DAMAGING: The cyclone is DAMAGING our house.

MOUNTAINS: The MOUNTAINS look wonderful.

DEGREES: The DEGREES are going is be 7.

MOISTURE: There is MOISTURE in the air.

3. Suffixes: the suffixes ” -ic and -ical” change Nouns into Adjectives. Rewrite each word below, adding “-ic or -ical”. Change or drop letters where necessary.

 

Cyclone  NOT SURE
Cylinder  NOT SURE
Cycle  NOT SURE
Hero  HEROIC
History  HISTORICAL
Magic  MAGICAL
Music  MUSICAL
Poetry  POETIC

Maths Mate Term 3 Sheet 6

QUESTION 23: An archaeologist found some ancient numbers written follows:

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What did 4

PREDICT: I predict that I will have to use the four operations.

SOLUTION:

1. First you have to figure out what numbers fit into 32. 16+16+1=32.

0

 

2. Then figure out what goes in to 28.

9

 

3. Now figure out what fits into 6.

3

4. Now figure out what 4

1

 

5. The answer is 25.

SUMMARY: The strategies I used was the four operations.

Maths Mate Term 3 Sheet 5

QUESTION 22: Complete the addition table.

+ 4 5  
  6   8
    8  
4      

PREDICT: I predict that I will have to fill in the gaps.

SOLUTION:

  1. First you have to think what does 4+_=6. The answer is 2. then add 2 to the first box on the side.
    1. + 4 5  
      2 6   8
          8  
      4      
  2. Then figure out what 2+5=? The answer is 7. add 7 to the box under the 5.
    + 4 5  
    2 6 7 8
        8  
    4      

3. Now figure out what 2+_=8. The answer is 6 add 6 above the 8.

+ 4 5 6
2 6 7 8
    8  
4      

4. Then figure out what 5+_=8. The answer is 3. add 3 under the 2.

+ 4 5 6
2 6 7 8
3   8  
4      

5. Now figure out what 3+6=, 4+4=, 4+5= and 4+6=. 3+6= 9, 4+4= 8, 4+5=9 and 4+6=10. add the 9 to the third box on the right side, add the 8 next to the 4 at the bottom, add the 9 next to the bottom 8 and add the 10 under the 9.

+ 4 5 6
2 6 7 8
3 7 8 9
4 8 9 10

Summary: The strategy I used was addition to get my answers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COOKIES & MILK! MY POEM

There once was a cookie, covered in chocolate chips,

There was also a carton of milk, the opposite of ice, creamier than juice.

The cookie could dance the milk could not, it would dip, slip and crush all the chips.

They were friends who would trust each other or they would tell the secrets to the moose who owns a goose.

They would laugh, giggle, have fun and play dumb.

As you can see they are full of fun, like jelly beans waiting to jump.

They make the world go round as one, so see they go together like peas in a pod.

Spelling week 5 term 3

Activities:
1. Please copy your list words three times into your homework book.
2. Start preparing your speech for classmasters, if you’re not sure of your topic
check with your teacher.
3. Start looking for ideas for your debate topics, the earlier you begin this
process the easier it will be when it is your turn to debate.
4. Choose four list words. Write each word in a sentence to indicate you have a good understanding of the word.

Freezing: I was really freezing because I forgot my jumper.

Raindrops: Raindrops were all over the car.

Temperature: The temperature was 8 degree.

Centimetres: My finger is 6 centimetres.

5. By now you should have your book for Literature Circles. Jess and I will be collecting your books each week. Make sure you take notes as each group member discusses their homework.
6. Suffixes: Write the definition of a suffix.
Complete the table below with as many suffixes as possible.

Able Ation Ible
  •  Disable
  • miserable
  • respectable
  • presentable
  • capable
  •  Alliteration
  • Administration
  • Reputation
  • representation
  • presentation

 

  •  Impossible
  • Possible

 

 

 

Maths Mate Term 3 Sheet 4

Question 23: Fill in the missing digits in the sum. 63_+158+1_8= _24. Predict: I predict I will have to do vertical  addition.

Solution: 1. First I will set out the vertical additional strategy.   y

2. Now you figure out what numbers go into the boxes. In the one above the 8, in the box you put an 8 because you need something to end in a 4. 8+8+8=24. Carry the 2 and put it above the 3.

3.Then the box under the 5 you put  a 2 because 3+5+2+2= 12 and you need something to end in a 2. Then put the 1 above the 6.

4. In the last box you put a 9 because 6+1+1+1=9.

Summary: The strategy I used was using vertical addition.

SPELLING WEEK 1 TERM 3

Activities:
1. Please copy your list words three times into your homework book.
2. Start preparing your speech for classmasters, if you’re not sure of your topic check with your teacher.
3. Start looking for ideas for your debate topics, the earlier you begin this
process the easier it will be when it is your turn to debate.

Climate Change is caused by extreme weather because it gets warmer & colder than it used to be.

4. Choose four list words. Write each word in a sentence to indicate you have a good understanding of the word.

Weather: The Weather is either windy, sunny and raining.

Negative: In the debate the negative team won.

Prepared: I was prepared to tell my speech to the whole entire school.

Queue: I was standing in the queue for 20 mins.

5. Remember to read all of the reference material that has been placed on the blog that will help you prepare for classmasters.

Maths Mate sheet 3 term 3

Question 22: A number of cricketers are standing in a circle. they are evenly spaced and the second cricketer is directly opposite to the sixth player. how many cricketers are there together?

Prediction: I predict that I will have to use a diagram.

Solution:

1. figure out what numbers will be  to get 2 and 6 opposite. The answer is eight.

diagram

 

2. Then draw lines to the opposite number.Capture j

Summary: The strategy I used was a diagram to find my answer.

SPELLING TERM 3 WEEK 2

Activities:
1. Please copy your list words three times into your homework book.
2. Start preparing your speech for classmasters, if you’re not sure of your topic
check with your teacher.
3. Start looking for ideas for your debate topics, the earlier you begin this
process the easier it will be when it is your turn to debate.
4. Choose four list words. Write each word in a sentence to indicate you have a good understanding of the word.

Pride: I take PRIDE in my work.

Performance: The PERFORMANCE was amazing.

Captain: I am the CAPTAIN of the sport team.

Connector: The CONNECTOR makes connections with the book.

5. By now you should have your book for Literature Circles. Carefully look at the responsibilities your role entails. What do you have to have completed before you meet again as a group? Remember to record all of your answers in your reading reflection book.

6. Prefixes : Write the definition of a prefix. A prefix is the start of the word like understand
Complete the table below with as many prefixes as possible.

pre hyper trans
 Preheat  hypertention  Translate
 Preserve  Transrapid
 Pre-knowledge
 Preoccupied
 Prepaid
 Prefixes
 Prehistoric