Wednesday, 14 December 2016

B-2 Spirit - Information Report

B-2 Spirit

The flying wing design is an American bomber with a crew of two. Military aircraft designers learned that there was a new way to keep away from missiles. The idea was to build an aircraft that could stop radar signals. The total cost of the B-2 Spirit was $2.1 billion dollars per aircraft in 1997.

What is it known for?
In order to make the B-2 Spirit more effective many advanced systems were involved in its design. The B-2 is the only aircraft that can carry large air to surface weapons. It was responsible for destroying 33% bombing targets in the first eight weeks. It went into service on 1997 as the second aircraft to have advanced technology.

First Flight
Being introduced on April 1997 the first flight of the aircraft was on 17 July 1989. As of September 2013 about 80 pilots flew the B-2. A number of upgrades have been added to the B-2. Each aircraft has a pilot in the left seat and mission commander in the right.

The B-2 is a flying wing aircraft meaning it has no main body or tail. Most of the B-2 Spirit is made out of carbon graphite. In this aircraft only one crew member can sleep in a camp bed, use a toilet, or prepare a hot meal.  It has supply for a third crew member if needed.


President George Bush announced that there would only be 20 B-2 aircraft's allowed to be built. A total of 20 B-2's remain in service with the United States Air Force. There have been no examples of a missile being launched at a B-2.

Battle Sheets

L.I - to investigate coordinates
Today for maths I had to play a game of battle sheets with my classmate Mataio. The way to play this game is you have to have two players. You both have a Aircraft Carrier, Battle Ship, Cruiser, Destroyer and Frigate. You both have to place those ships anywhere in the top left box. Then under the box you have to enter  x of where you think their ship is. You keep going until one of you get all five of the opponents ships. As you can see in this game I won and Mataio had lost. The difference between me and Mataio is that I spread my ships out and Mataio didn't. This game make use strategy and your coordinates skills and is a very fun and brilliant game and that's why I recommended this game for you.

Battle Sheets

Tuesday, 13 December 2016

B-2 Spirit - Drawing

9 Dec 2016 10:06:20.jpg

Today for Inquiry I had to draw a picture of the fighter Jet I was working on. In the drawing I had to add labels to show you what the bits and pieces are. I found it hard to find some labels for somethings. I learned some more about parts of the B-2 Spirit fighter jet.

Blog Commenting



Monday, 12 December 2016

Aviator Connections

L.I- to make connections with prior knowledge and to gather information across texts to form an opinion
Today for reading I had to do some research on a Aviator I didn't know about. Once I was done researching I had to find four or more connections between the new aviator Louis Bleriot and the four other Aviators Jean Batten, Amelia Earhart, Richard Pearse and The Wright Brothers.

Friday, 9 December 2016

B-2 Spirit

Today for Inquiry I had to do found out what could of flying object or thing so do some research about. I chosen a B-2 Spirit. I did a information report and a drawing of my flying fighter jet.


Wednesday, 7 December 2016

Key Word Planning

Today for reading I had to research about my fighter jet the B-2 Spirit. Once I found a accurate website I had to skim and scan for key words. I answered the five w's and h using the keywords I found. Then I had to turn the keywords I found into a 25 word summary of the B-2 Spirit.


Monday, 5 December 2016

LS1 Geometry

L.I - To investigate 2D and 3D shape
Today for maths I have been learning about geometry. I have been learning about Faces, Edges and Vertices. In this DLO I had to find objects in the classroom to record the faces, edges and vertices of the objects. I also added images and titles to show you what the item is. I learned what faces, edges and vertices mean in geometry. I found it hard to find objects to record the three things on.

Friday, 2 December 2016

Aviator Speech

Amelia Mary Earhart was born on July 24th, 1897 in Atchison, Kansas in the home of her grandfather. Earhart was the child of Amelia Otis Earhart and Samuel Staton Earhart.

At the age of 10 Amelia saw her first aircraft at the Iowa State fair. She described it to be a thing of rusty wire and wood that did not look interesting to her at all.

Earhart graduated from Chicago's Hyde Park High School in 1916. She kept a scrapbook of newspaper clippings about successful women.  She began junior college at Ogontz School in Pennsylvania, but did not complete her program.

In Long Beach, on December 28, 1920, Earhart and her father visited an airfield where Frank Hawks gave her a ride that would forever change Earhart's life.


Another pioneer female taught Amelia Earhart how to fly a plane. On May 21st Amelia accomplished her goal of flying solo across the atlantic ocean. She took off from Newfoundland, Canada, at 7:12 p.m. on May 20, in her Lockheed Vega. At one point she dropped almost 3,000 feet.


Sadly Amelia Earhart’s adventures came to an end when she disappeared over the central Pacific Ocean on July 2, 1937.

Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Aviator Timeline

L.I - to scan for key information and to skim for general information
Today for reading I had worked on a timeline with my class Fraidon. We had to research what Richard Pearse and The Wright Brothers did up to their first flight. We had to make a timeline showing what they did they date of the event and who was first. I learnt that Richard Pearse made a powered plane before the Wright Brothers did. I found it hard to find the date of the events.

Aviator Conclusion

L.I - to write a concluding paragraph
Today for writing I had to chose out of Amelia Earhart, Jean Batten, Richard Pearse and the Wright Brothers to do a concluding paragraph on. I had chosen to write my conclusion about Amelia Earhart. I had chosen Amelia Earhart because she has set very interesting records. I learned a lot more about Amelia Earhart just by researching for my conclusion. I found it hard to gather information and turn it into a ending.

Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Maths Week 8

Today for maths I had to go on google my maps. There I had to start from Panmure Bridge School and go someone else like a country or place. I had to then go from that place to another and record it on a spreadsheet. I had do the mm, cm, m, km and thumbs of the length in between.

Friday, 25 November 2016

News Reporter

L.I - to brainstorm questions that will deliver informative answers
Today for reading I had to write down questions that I could ask myself. I wrote as much questions I could think of and then after that I had to chose the top 10 best questions. I learned what a news reporter has to do and how they do it. I found it hard to ask myself questions I knew answers to.



Classroom Measurements

L.I - to accurately interpret data
Today for maths I had to make a thumb rule. To make the thumb rule I had to measure the width and length of my thumb. Once I was finished I had to make a google spreadsheet and record what I measured and what the mm, cm, m, km, thumbs of the item were. I learned to accurately interpret data and found it hard to get the measurements.

Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Amelia Earhart

L.I - to research facts about famous aviators
Today for Inquiry I had to chose out of four aviators to wright about. There was Richard Pearse, Wright Brothers, Amelia Earhart and Jean Batten, and out of the four I chose Amelia Earhart. For Amelia Earhart I wrote Who she is and What she did to become famous. In the box below I had added extra information. From this I learned how to do a good format and more about Amelia Earhart. I also found it hard to find some good information I didn't know.

Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Amelia Earhart

LI: to write an informative introduction.
Today for writing I had to write a introduction for one of the aviators I was reading about. They were The wright brothers, Amelia Earhart, Richard pears and Jean Batten. I had chose to do it about Amelia Earhart.

Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Line Graph

L.I.To accurately present data and to accurately interpret data
Today for maths I had to go onto a spreadsheet. On that spreadsheet was Auckland's weather for all of the months (this weather data is not real). This spreadsheet was recording the Average Temp (C), Average Rain (mm) and Average Wind (Km/ph) for every 12 months. The only month that hadn't been done was July. I had to find out the average temp, rain and wind for that month. I did that by adding up all the temp, rain and wind under the July column on the spreadsheet. I had use the spreadsheet to find the sum of my total from all of the 3 subjects. After that I would the three number in the right columns under July. Once finished I had to buddy up with another person. We had to take the data from the spreadsheet and turn it into a line graph. We also had to do the same but on a book or paper. To tell which one was temp, rain and wind we had to put them in different colors and right down what the color was for. My partner Jeremiah had done the line graph online and I had done the line graph on paper. This line graph is telling us that the chances of rain in March are low and the chances of needing a rain coat in June is high. The chances of having wind in august and June are not that high. I found it hard to make sure that there was enough space for everything to fit into the book page. I have also learned a new word which was probability. Probability means is the chance that something will happen or how likely it is that some event will happen. For example 10% "chance of rain".

25 word summary

L.I - to infer information from the text
Today for reading I had to read a text called High Fliers. After reading we got into pairs and as one person reads the book the other person had to point out all the nouns, adjectives and verbs that we could find. In between the parents we had to take turns reading. Once finished we had to write down all the keywords into a goggle doc. Using a five by five grid my partner and I could only use 25 words from the keywords to summaries the text. I found it hard to put the words in the grid to make sense, but in the end I learned how to gather keywords and turn it into a short summary.

Explanation Text

How do airplanes fly?

Airplanes are a type of flying transport that will get you from one side of the earth to the other. The first flight of an airplane was the wright brothers who flew the first successful airplane on December 17, 1903. There are four forces of flight Thrust, Drag, Lift and Weight.

Thrust is produced by the big engines located on the plane’s wings. Thrust helps create the force that makes the plane fly, lift. Thrust has to overcome drag for it to go forward. For example if I threw a paper plane my arm would give it thrust.

Drag goes the opposite direction as the object. Drag is caused by everything of the plane. Drag is the force that slows down the object going the other way. If the plane was to take off drag must be lower than the thrust.

Weight on a airplane is caused by gravity. Weight acts in a downward direction toward the center of the earth. During a flight the aircraft burns up its fuel, so the weight of the airplane constantly changes.

Lift is the force that prevents the weight of an airplane and holds the airplane in the air. Lift is created by differences in air pressure. Most of the lift is generated by the wings.

The modern airplanes have seat belts so you can be safe and enjoy your ride. Airplanes can get you anywhere for example if you like to travel an airplane can take you over oceans and safely get you to your destination.

Monday, 14 November 2016

General Knowledge - Tonga


Blog Commenting

Balloon Experiment

For the last week my group and I have been studying rockets. Today for lesson 4 we had to do a balloon experiment. For this experiment We had to make a copy of a spreadsheet to record the data on. We had 3 balloon's which were pink, blue and orange. We would test each balloon 3 times. First we had to put a 7 meter fishing line going through a straw. The 7 meter fishing line went from one wall to another. After that we had to attache our first blown up balloon which was the pink balloon shaped like a circle to the straw. Then we would let go of the tip of the balloon and it would go flying forward. We would do the same thing for every balloon. The Orange Balloon was shaped differently from the blue and pink balloon. We would measure how far the balloon went and record the meters on the spreadsheet. Once we were finished we had to add up the meters in all 3 columns. After that we turned the data into a bar graph. This graph shows you that the pink balloon got further than the orange and blue balloon. The blue balloon went further then the orange balloon by 2.5 meters. The Pink balloon went for the longest amount of time and the orange balloon went for a smaller amount of time. This study has used newton's third law to collect accurate information.

Tuesday, 8 November 2016

Rockets - Lesson 1

Today for Inquiry I had to make a google drawing on Newton's 3rd Law. In the google drawing I had to put in pictures of my understanding of the Newton's 3rd Law. Once we finished we watched a video about Newton's 3rd Law. In the video it showed use that the amount of force we put on the floor the would give back the same amount of force. After that we went outside to do some experimenting with a netball, stress ball and hack sack. From this session I learnt what the Newton's 3rd Law meant.

First Flying Machine

L.I - to infer information using clues and prior knowledge
Today for reading I had read a text called First flying machine. After we had to use clues from the text to find out what kind of text it was. Once finished we had to go on a group slide and write down all the inferences we had. We also had to write down the clue from the text and our prior knowledge for our inference. Once I finished my inferences I had checked through the slides. After doing the session I learnt how to infer and found out what kind of text the story was.

Monday, 7 November 2016

How many times a side is rolled on a 6 sided dice

L.I - to accurately interpret data
Today for maths I had to roll a dice and write down the number and how many times it was rolled by using a tally chart. My MUST DO for maths was to create a bar graph on anything I wanted. I had chosen the dice game. I had rolled a 6 sided dice 40 times and recorded the data on a google spreadsheet. In this image you can see on the X axis that I had numbered it 1 to 6 because that was all the numbers on the dice. On the Y axis I had numbered it to my highest number. From my data I had found out that 3 & 4 were rolled the most times and 1 & 2 were rolled the least amount of times. My highest number was 9 and my lowest number was 4. I found it hard to keep track of the 40 numbers on a spreadsheet.

Friday, 21 October 2016

Prototec - Basic Facts

Blog Commenting

Today for a Can Do I have do some blog commenting. I have decided to comment on my classmates Savelina and Abdurrahim pieces of work. I had told them what I thought I liked about their work and what I think they should work on in a positive way.

Thursday, 20 October 2016

Strategy Placemat

L.I - To comprehend word problems
L.I - to chose ''the best'' strategy to solve the problem
Today for maths I had to chose two maths problems from a variety of problems. Once I have chosen my two maths problems I had to found out what the problem is asking me to do addition, subtraction, multiplication or division. Then I would have to write down my two different strategies I used to solve the problem. Once I was finished someone will check my work and write what they think about it in the check and Reflection box. I learnt how to use multiple strategies to solve one equation, but I also found it hard to pick a strategy to solve the problem.

Adelie Penguin

Today for Inquiry I had to chose a animal to do some research on. I had chosen a Adelie Penguin for my animal. Once I had finished researching I had to make a google slides answers questions I was given. I inserted videos and photos for a beater understanding of my explanations. In the process I learnt a lot about Adelie Penguins like why they migrate and when they migrate. I found it hard to find the right video to insert into the slide that will suit the description.

Emoticon Story

L.I - to infer information about characters in a text
Today for reading I had to skim and scan a story called The Wonders of Flight to find all of the characters. Once I have found all the characters I have to chose one character which was Luis. I had to keep track of Luis's feelings through out the whole story. Then I had to fill out a google drawing writing down what he or she is feeling on that page. I also had to write down my proof and insert an image of what the feeling was. I learnt how to know how a character is feeling in the text. I found it hard to find the write emoji to go with the feeling of the character.

Monday, 17 October 2016

Animal Migration

For Inquiry I have been learning about Migration. My task for lesson 4 was to make a google presentation on animals migration. The first step was to go on a Padlet and write down all the migration animals we could think of. After we made the list we had to do some research on a Godwit's Migration. I found it hard to find a animal that had the information I needed. In the process I had learnt a lot about Animal Migration and why animals migrate.

Wednesday, 12 October 2016


L.I - to learn what inferring is
Today for reading I had to make a Powtoon about my understanding of the meaning of Inferring. In the Powtoon presentation I had asked What Inferring is and what you should look for when inferring. I found it hard to chose what I should put in my Powtoon presentation. In the process I had learnt about how Inferring worked and what it was for.
Inferring Powtoon

Friday, 23 September 2016

The Fall

L.I - To write a short narrative
Today for writing I had to write a narrative using the six prompts I was given. Once I had chosen one I had to make a brainstorm about it. Then I planned it out using a google docs template. Once I was finished with the planning I had started to write my narrative which I decided to call THE FALL. I had to make proper paragraphs and have at least 5 simple sentences, 3 compound sentences and 3 complex sentences. I had found it difficult to use some really good words that would create a brilliant image in the readers head.

Thursday, 22 September 2016

Valerie Adams

Today for Inquiry I had to chose a 2016 Olympian or Paralympian. I had chosen Valerie Adams as my Olympic Athlete. For the task I had to ask the 5 W's & H which are Who, What, When, Why, Where and How. I had done some research on my questions and found answers. I really had struggled to think of questions to ask the one and only Valerie Adams, but I got through it. I had provided some photos and a video for a better explaining of what she looked like. 


L.I  - To investigate the 3 multiplication strategies.
Today for maths I had to use one of the maths problems I was given. I had chosen the problem 13 x 14.
For this task I had to learn two methods and one method I already knew which was the Japanese Method. The three methods were the Japanese Method, Korean Method and the Algorithm. I had made google slides showing each method solving the equation. I found it difficult for me to draw the methods out on google slide because I was use to doing it faster on a whiteboard. 

Friday, 16 September 2016

The Robber's Mask

L.I - To find the most important (main) idea in a text.
Today for reading I had to read a text called The Robber's mask. After that I had to make a google drawling with my partners Sanujan, Tai, Jericho and Fraidon. In this my partners and I had to write what we did and add in a picture. I found it easy to use keywords to summaries The Robber's Mask. I had learnt how to find the most important idea in a text.

Thursday, 15 September 2016

Poi Making

L.I - To write a procedural text
Today for writing I had to watch a video about making a poi. After I had to use a planning frame called TMSP. TMSP is Title, Materials, Steps and Picture. I had to write down keywords from the video that will help me in making a procedural text on making a poi in my own words. I found it hard to explain and take the right photos that will help to understand the description.

Wednesday, 14 September 2016


L.I - To understand what Hauora is and what it means to athletes past and present
Today for Inquiry I had made a presentation on the four walls of Hauora. Taha Whanau, Taha Wairua, Taha Hinengaro and Taha Tinana represent the four walls of Hauora. I had learnt that Olympic athletes need the four walls of Hauora. I found it hard to find my pulse in the heart rate activity.

Monday, 12 September 2016

Japanese Method

L.I - To investigate  the "Japanese" method  of multiplication. Demonstrate  the method using a range of 2 digit and 2 digit multiplication. Refer back to basic facts knowledge
Today for maths I had to make a DLO on the Japanese method for solving equations in maths. In this DLO I had to explain how it worked and what you had to do to solve the problem. I found it easy to explain how you use the Japanese method. In this DLO I had created pictures of my own to add to the descriptions to make it easier to understand. 

Friday, 9 September 2016

Procedural Text


L.I - To understand what hauora is and what it means to athletes past and present.

General Knowledge - United Kingdom

L.I - To find information about the world around us.


L.I - Applying our knowledge and Strategy tool kit to real world problems.
On this google presentation I had to use a shopping paper and look for 10 different items to buy. I had started off with $5000 dollars. Whatever I bought I had to subtract that from what I had. When I was finished I had to add up everything I bought and see how much I spent. Then I added up how much I spent and how much I had now. It must equal what I had in the start. In this I had used subtraction and addition and found it hard to not use a calculator for the answers. I had learnt to how to subtract and add to see what I need and what I will have when I spend my money.   

Thursday, 8 September 2016

Robber's Mask - Word Web

L.I - To find the most important (main) idea in a text.
Today for reading I had to read a text called Robber's Mask. When I was reading it I had to find the words I did not understand and make a word web on it. For the Word Web I had to find the synonyms, antonyms and the definition for the word. I found it hard to find antonyms for the words. In this Word Web I had learnt what reluctantly, sooty, tingle and sarcastically means.    

Friday, 2 September 2016

To write a procedural text

L.I - To identify the structure and language features of a procedural text
Today for writing I had to create a DLO. In this DLO I had to write what I did, what kind of text it was and add a photo.

Friday, 26 August 2016

Warriors Visit


Olympic training

Transum Lvl 4, Lvl 5

 L.I - Add and subtract number using column method.

In these two image are my test results for my transum Level four and five subtraction. I had to answer these subtraction questions using the column method. The column method is like a written algorithm can subtract and add.


L.I - To use range of vocabulary to create a picture in the reader's head

On this google drawing I had written a poem that had to include a noun, verb, adjective and adverb. I had chosen to write about a bunny because it was the only thing that came to mind. As I was writing the poem I found it hard to find the words that will help to create the picture in the reader's head. I thought long and hard about the words and created a picture in my head and hopefully it will do the same for you.   

Friday, 19 August 2016

The Drone

Basic Addition

L.I - To add and subtract number using column method
In this activity I had to answer 2 to 3 digit questions. I had us the column method which is just like the written algorithm. The way you use the column method is simple. For example 116 899. 9+6 in the ones column equals 15. 90+10 from the tens column equals 100. 800+100 from the hundreds column equals 900. Add 100 and 900 together it make 1,000. Add 1,000 and 15 together and it equals 1,015. I found it hard to explain how the column method worked.

Thursday, 18 August 2016

How to make a non-polluting car

L.I - To find the most important (main) idea in a text.
In this presentation my partner Zane and I had to Read through this text and answer questions before reading, during reading and after reading. I found the sixth slide hard because I could only say one to two words to describe the gist of the 8-11 steps.

Friday, 12 August 2016


Today my and my partners have made a google drawing on advertising.
We had to make our own advertisement. An advertisement should have Emotive Language, Rhetorical question and Repeated words. We had to create a title for our advertisement and we came up with
"The Dronebotic drone is back".
I found finding the picture hard because I had to write down the person who took the photo and the licence

Word Web

LT: to find the most important {main} idea in the book. 
To day I read a book and the book was about a how to make a non polluting car and then we had to find the the word that we don't Nought and then we found 3 word and Thoth word are vigorously,Dilemmas and Frictions.

Rocket Ship Game

L.I - To apply Place Value
Today I had played a game of Rocket Ship with Fraidon and Abdurrahim. In this game you are to draw a Place Value House with five Columns numbered to ten, hundred or more. Next you roll a dice what ever number you get has to be written in in one of the five columns. You have to add all the numbers up smallest to biggest. If you have a lower number than the number under you're out. If you fill up the Place Value House correctly you stand up and say BLAST OFF. As you can see in the image above this description is a game of Rocket Ship. In this game I had lost because the number under 501 is lower than 506. In this game you are using your knowledge to apply Place Value to win the game. My strategy was to fill one column up at a time but I found that hard as I kept getting lower numbers then others. This game could be played with how ever much people you want.   

Friday, 5 August 2016



LI: To recognise and understand the purpose of advertising (persuasive) language features
Sanujan, Tai, Fraidon and I did language features on destiny. We had to choose a toy or a game to write the language features to this. 

Friday, 29 July 2016


L.I - to show what we already know about the purpose and language of advertising.
On this activity my group and I had wrote down our ideas of a persuasive language.

Thursday, 28 July 2016

Place Value

L.I - Demonstrate Place Value
In this presentation I had to explain - What is a Place Value House?, How does a Place Value House work?. I found it hard to explain how a Place Value House worked, because it was a long description and I had to make the explanation good enough for people to understand.

Word Web

LI: We are learning to find most important (main) idea in a text.

LI: To find related words in a text.

Today for Reading tongariro group had to read a text called Neighborhood Niggles. After reading the text we talked about finding the most important/main idea in a text for example if it was the The Three Little Pigs the main Idea would about three little pigs building their own house made out of different materials which included: Sticks, Straws, and Bricks. After that we listed words from the text that we were unsure or struggled on. I learnt what Suitable means. It means Appropriate for the purpose for example wearing a singlet is more suitable then wearing a jumper when it is summer.

Monday, 25 July 2016

Basic Facts Maths Practice 1.91 - Stage 6 - Prototec

L.I - Basic Facts

I had to answer plus, subtraction, minus and divided by out of 4, 3, 2 and 1 digit numbers


L.I - Attributing Images

In this activity I had to search up my favorite sport team, food and season. Then I would go on images and click on search tools click usage rights and click label for reuse. I would find a image and click on visit page. I would put the image, link, license and who it was by into a google drawling.

Friday, 15 July 2016

Winter Learning Journey - 2016 Rio Olympics

In this activity I had to visit the site for the 2016 Rio Olympics. I had to chose a sport or a sport I haven't heard of before and write the name of the sport, the aim and two rules from the sport.

This sport is called Water Polo it is a team water sport. There are two teams that have six field players and one goalie. The two teams have to attempt to score goals by throwing the ball into their opponent's goal. The team with the most goals at the end wins the match. In this sport the six field players can only use one hand to hold the ball. The goalie can only hold the ball with two hands when he or she is within five meters of their goal.

Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Winter Learning Journey - Tokyo 2020 Logo

In this activity I had choose a design or make one and do a short explanation about it.

I had chosen this design because the horse represents impressive and fierce in competition and is running its heart out to beat its competitors to be the one in first place, to have the crown of glory.

Monday, 11 July 2016

Winter Learning Journey - Famous NZ Landmarks

In this activity I had to chose three famous landmarks in New Zealand and give a description about it. I also had to tell the location and why I think the landmark is famous.

Sunday, 10 July 2016

Winter Learning Journey - Vinicius and Tom

In this activity I had to watch a episode of Vinicius and Tom. After watching a episode I had to do a summary of it and tell what I think is happening.

Vinicius & Tom Episode #1
Image result for vinicius and tom
Summary: In this episode Vinicius is trying to capture a orange light and Tom is trying to capture a blue light. When the two lights lead Vinicius and Tom to a mountain top they combine and Vinicius and Tom touch hands.

What I think is happening: I think that in this episode Vinicius and Tom were born and they meet and become friends.    

Winter Learning Journey - Ancient Olympics

In this activity I had to chose out of six activities to do and say why I choose that activity.

Winter Learning Journey - No Girls Allowed

In this activity I had to say if in my opinion the rule were women being forbidden from competing in the Ancient Olympics is fair or not if so, Why or why not?

Winter Learning Journey - Milo Of Croton

In this activity I had to give three interesting facts about Milo of Croton. Milo of Croton is one of the most famous Olympionics.

Friday, 10 June 2016

Follow Up Maths

Follow Up
What to do

1)Use the strategy of splitting a number into parts to do these        additions.
2) Do the problems in your head first.
3) Check you are correct by writing them down. Show them like the examples above.

1) 28 + 14 = 42
20 + 10 = 30
8 + 2 = 10
10 + 30 = 40
40 + 2 = 42

2) 76 + 9 = 85
6 + 4 = 10
10 + 70 = 80
80 + 5 = 85
3) 37 + 15 = 52
30 + 10 = 40
7 + 3 = 10
10 + 40 = 50
50 + 2 = 52
4) 46 + 17 = 63
40 + 10 = 50
6 + 4 = 10
50 + 10 = 60
60 + 3 = 63
5) 68 + 24 = 92
60 + 20 = 80
8 + 2 = 10
80 + 10 = 90
90 + 2 = 92
6) 48 + 37 = 81
40 + 30 = 70
8 + 2 = 10
70 + 10 = 80
80 + 1 = 81
7) 29 + 62 = 91
20 + 60 = 80
9 + 1 = 10
80 + 10 = 90
90 + 1 = 91  
8) 18 + 63 = 81
10 + 60 = 70
8 + 2 = 10
70 + 10 = 80
80 + 1 = 81
9) 55 + 17 = 72
50 + 10 = 60
5 + 5 = 10
60 + 10 = 70
70 + 2 = 72  
10) 29 + 54 = 83
20 + 50 = 70
9 + 1 = 10
70 + 10 = 80
80 + 3 = 83
(11) 38 + 17 = 55
30 + 10 = 40
8 + 2 = 10
10 + 40 = 50
50 + 5 = 55
(12) 37 + 54 = 91
30 + 50 = 80
7 + 3 = 10
80 + 10 = 90
90 + 1 = 91
13) 69 + 73 = 142
60 + 70 = 130
9 + 1 = 10
130 + 10 = 140
140 + 2 = 142
(14) 78 + 45 = 123
70 + 40 = 110
8 + 2 = 10
110 + 10 = 120
120 + 3 = 123
(15) 27 + 57 = 84
20 + 50 = 70
7 + 3 = 10
70 + 10 = 80
80 + 4 = 84
16) 19 + 64 = 83
10 + 60 = 70
9 + 1 = 10
70 + 10 = 80
80 + 3 = 83
(17) 27 + 46 = 73
20 + 40 = 60
7 + 3 = 10
60 + 10 = 70
70 + 3 = 73
(18) 38 + 75 =113
30 + 70 = 100
8 + 2 = 10
100 + 10 = 110
110 + 3 = 113
19) 47 + 86 = 133
40 + 80 = 120
7 + 3 = 10
120 + 10 = 130
130 + 3 = 133
(20) 34 + 68 = 102
30 + 60 = 90
4 + 6 = 10
90 + 10 = 100
100 + 2 = 102  
(21) 58 + 86 = 144
50 + 80 = 130
8 + 2 = 10
130 + 10 = 140
140 + 4 = 144

22) 74 + 38 = 112
70 + 30 = 100
8 + 2 = 10
100 + 10 = 110
110 + 2 = 112
(23) 95 + 29 = 124
90 + 20 = 110
5 + 5 = 10
110 + 10 = 120
120 + 4 = 124   
(24) 88 + 36 = 124
80 + 30 = 110
8 + 2 = 10
110 + 10 = 120

120 + 4 = 124