Friday, 1 June 2018

Candle Observations

Candle Observations!!

Today In science my Partner Rhonda & I Experienced a lot
of things but I discovered a greater task I understand and that was the
candles. In this task the keywords that we used were Transparent,
Opaque, Translucent. These following words meant: for example
transparent is a  window you can see straight through. Opaque is s
omething that you can not see through it is completely unseeable.
Translucent is not quite transparent so looking through something it
would be blurry. First the safety instructions were given and then we
could begin the task. In this observation we compared  the burner to the
original candle and raised our hands above both candles to see which
may be hotter from experiencing that the burner was a lot more hotter
than the normal candle.
1800 degrees celsius
1400 degrees celsius
50 degrees celsius

60 degrees celsius   


This story that I read was about a incident that had causing stuck taiwan
1. Who is the main person or group of people in this news article?
Earthquake reporters

2. What was the key event from the news article?
The earthquake struck Taiwan

3. Where did this event take place?

4. When did this event take place?
6th February 2018

Candle observation - Rhonda

In our science class, my partner Faith and I did an experience that included heat energy. Each table were given a candle, matches and a wet table cloth. First we wiped the table with the wet table cloth so that there won’t be any stains on the table if the candle tips over. Then we lit the candle away from our body so that we won’t burn ourselves. We had to observe the colours and the heat that came out from the flame that was lit.

Mathematical problem solving

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We are learning to solve problems involving fractions and whole numbers

Real Life Crossing The Road - By Marc

Kiwi kids news

As part of our independent reading programme we use Kiwikidsnews to learn
about news in New Zealand (national news) and around the world (international news).
WALHT: Read closely to analyse an article and to think critically about the messages within them.

Video games in real life-Crossing the road Questions
1. “Find a quote from the main person in this news article?”:
The Blello team said that Video games should be real life because they could play for everyday activity
“2. In your own words describe what happened in this news article?”
The Article is telling us how good video games in real life is good.
“3. Find out where this event took place and include some information about this place?”
This event took place on the road and on  a river it took place in the road and the river because it was based
on a game called:Crossy Road
“4. Tell us when this event happened and explain what might happen in the future?”:
This event took place in 20 of May.In the future people might imagine video games in real life
“5. Explain in your own words why this event took place?”
The people who showed this video and Article because they wanted to show us how fun Videogames in real life would be.
“6. Use the Dictionary in the bottom right hand corner to find the meaning of 3 words from the article?”
I already now what these words mean  but I will write what it means anyway
Video games:A game that is played on a electronic device
Activities:Something to do or a game.

Version:Something a little different from others of the same type

Problem solving

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We are learning to use critical thinking to solve mathematical problems involving algebra

Legs in the Barn! By Eti

Legs In The Barn!

Learning Intention: We are learning to solve fractions of whole numbers.

Problem Solving

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We are learning to use critical thinking to solve problems involving finding the fractions of whole number.