Sunday, 21 May 2017


WALT: Interpret information from different graphs.

This week in maths we learnt about statistics. I was surprised that I remembered many words. On Wednesday I wrote definitions for all of the words that I know. I wrote it down on paper and now that paper has disappeared. Writing that down had to be the highlight of this presentation. One more thing I remembered was the stem and leaf graph. When I was doing it, I really wanted to do it again. Next week I hope to do another stem and leaf graph (probably won't). 

Sunday, 14 May 2017

Home Learning Week 2

This week's task: Maths focus (as this was the most popular choice from our recent survey!)

This week I really wanted to do my home learning. I kept forgetting about it so I just posted it on a Sunday. One thing I thought I really need to work on is maths whizz. Its not looking very well. I guess this week I can boost my minutes up. My goal for this week is to have more than 50 minutes of maths whizz.

Friday, 12 May 2017

Diagram of Heat Transfer Process

WALT: Make a diagram based on what your learning.

Here is a diagram on heat transfer process. I focused on huskies. Obliviously they live in the snow so they would have transferred. One interesting thing that I learnt is that huskies has air pockets in between their two layers of fur. 

Staying Warm, Keeping Cool

WALT: Evaluating - I gather, and synthesise to evaluate information across a range of texts.

SUCCESS CRITERIA:  I can clearly outline what the texts have in common and how they differ.

This week in reading we learnt about our bodies and how stay warm and keep cool. One main information I learnt is that blood keeps us cool and warm. Not cool as in you have the style but as in not hot. When we feel hot, our brain cells send signals to the blood to rise to the surface of our skin. It's amazing!

Thursday, 11 May 2017

Statistical Literacy

WALT: Interpret information from a pie graph and bar graph.

This week in maths, we learnt about reading information through pie and bar graphs. I learnt that bar graph tells you the number and pie graph the percentage. A bar graph has a lines with the options at the bottom and amount of numbers on the side. Bar graph can also be shown a different way to what I shown. Pie graphs are in the shape of a circle and show shaded shapes in the pie graph. These 'shaded shapes' are the percentages. It kind of looks like a pie cut in pieces. I guess that's where it gets it name.

Monday, 8 May 2017

12 x 12 Grid

WALT: Practise our 12 x 12.

Today we did our daily 12 x 12 grid. Everyone had ten minutes to do it. I really proud of myself because I finished at 7 minutes and 7 seconds. That's my record. It may not be as fast as others, but I think its a good time. Can't wait to try and beat tomorrow.

Friday, 5 May 2017

Home Learning Week 1

WALT: Practise your Maths at home.

At our school, we have home learning instead of homework. That is because we don't work... we learn! This presentation is just a little thing we can finished by the end of the week.