Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Roberts masterpiece

This is how I did it 6x6=34 then 5x5=25 4x4=16 3x3=9 2x2=4 1x1=1.
Then I went like this 34+25=59+16=76+9=85+4=89+1=90.
Robert was really smart to do the masterpiece nine of the kids in my class did it I think are class can do the masterpiece.

Monday, 9 September 2013

How many cubes on the pyramid

There was 496 cubes on my answer was 396 so need 100 more cubes.
Lots of people in my class got it wrong.
I counted 11 cubes then I contend all of the 11 rows. Then I contend the second row on the second layer there was 9 cube in a row.
Me and Henry worked together but we did not get the same answer.
Here's my photo.

Sunday, 8 September 2013

The world war 2

World 2 is really hard to read but it is really cool!
Europe face lots of country's and Europe face Nearly all of the countries
New Zealand helps country's like England and Australia.
World war 2 started in England.
Germany has the biggest army.
How many troops are in New Zealand? 80000 troops.

Thursday, 5 September 2013

Algebra patterns

Algebra patterns is quite easy because you skip count but there are lots of other things to do with algebra patterns.

Calender art

Calender art is really hard, but it was not hard for me because I did it on pic collage.
It was really hard for my class.  I was the only one who did pic collage because I kept getting paint on me. Here's my Pic Collage of some of my work this year.

Descriptive writing

The rain

The rain colours are blue an grey and some other rain colours.
I think this is the rain song rain rain go away and their are some other words.
Rain is good for plants because it gives them polishing So do trees.
Rain some Sometimes gets you sick and you can get a really bad cold.
Rain is not that hard, but hail is.
Some people like rain, but I don't.
Hail can possible brake glass.

The end.

Monday, 2 September 2013

Number pattens

Number patterns is like this 10+10=20+10=30 and that's how you do it
Here's my photo

Tuesday, 27 August 2013

Algebra patterns

                                                Here's my plane we did lost of patterns that's why it's could Algebra

Monday, 26 August 2013

3d shapes

My box
Geometry 2D and 3D shapes
In Room 14 we have been learning to
- Identify shapes in nets by unpacking boxes and drawing around shapes
- Use nets to make 3D shapes

First we looked at how many edges, corners and surfaces our boxes had.
Then we looked at the different nets by unpacking our boxes we brought from home.
We saw a lot of different shapes. All the nets were similar but different at the same time.
We looked at where the tabs were placed on the net. We needed to think where we would need to put our tabs when we make our boxes.

Then it was time to create our nets. some were big and some were small.

We then had to put it together. Some were successful on the first try and some needed to be modifidifn.

3D shape's is not all about doing this but it's important because you have to get the same size.
You need to have tabs on a box or else it wont connect.

This is my completed box!