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In Mrs Llewellyn’s maths group today we learned how to use conversion graphs. We converted our Mario Kart data from km to m. We then looked at other measurements to convert and one was kilograms to pounds. This lead to us wondering why the symbol for pounds is lbs. This doesn’t seem to make any [...]
In Mrs Llewellyn’s Numeracy group we have been revising key data handling skills. First of all we collected data (playing Mario Kart) then decided how to present it. Most people chose a bar graph, but some experimented by having the bars going horizontal. Today we revised the meaning of: RANGE MODE MEDIAN MEAN We kept [...]
Today we were set to a challange to create a HOL company book box from IKEA. We didn’t have the instructions so we didnt know what we were building. We eventually found out what to do but it still took hard work to find out what to do. We used 6 squares, 8 screws, 4 [...]
We found it hard at first because we didn’t understand the instructions, because we prefer written instructions instead of pictures. We didn’t even use the instructions because we are brainier than we thought and they were a bit hard to follow. Angel did most of the building, she was great in leadership and we all had lots of fun building the storage box. We created a cube.
On Wednesday, you will be scouring the school grounds on the hunt for 3D shapes (some of you will be looking for 2D shapes too). Use the ipods to ‘tag’ the structure that you believe is a 3D shape. Be prepared to explain your ideas about the shapes. Here are some places that you should [...]
We created weather reports telling the cities across the world what the weather was going to be like on February 9th 2012. Were our reports accurate? Wellington, New Zealand Berlin, Germany Buenos Aires, Argentina