Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 4 Question 23

Question: Fill in the magic square (Hint: Every row, column and diagonal has the same sum.)

Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 4 empty

Predict: I thought this would be about addition

Clarify: I had nothing to clarify.

Find the big picture: What goes in the magic square?

Solve:

First I worked out that 16+15+14 was 45, so everything had to add up to 45.

Next I worked out that 12+16+17 was 45, so I put the 17 next to the 16.

Then I worked out 12+15+18 was 45, so I put the 18 diagonally below the 15.

Next I worked out that 17+18+10 was 45, so I put the 10 below the 17.

Next I worked out that 10+15+20 was 45, so I put 20 next to the 15.

Finally I worked out that 12+20+13 was 45, so I put the 13 below the 20.

Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 4 Solved

Summary: I used the guess, check and improve method.

Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 3 Question 22

Question: Fill in the missing number.

8x_=56

Predict: I thought this question would be about multiplication.

Clarify: I had nothing to clarify.

Find the big picture: What is the missing number?

Solve:

First I worked out what  8 can be multiplied by to get to 56, so I went through my 8 times tables.

Then I worked out it was 7, so 7 is the missing number.

8×7=56

Summary: I used my prior knowledge.

 

Spelling Term 4 Week 2

Activity One:

Sustainability: (Noun) An ability to be sustained supported or confirmed.

Particular: (Adjective) Used to single out an individual thing.

Generator: (Noun) A thing or a person that generates something, like electricity.

Renewable: (Adjective) Capable of being renewed.

Environmental: (Adjective) The natural world and how human activity impacts on its condition.

Harnessing: (Verb) to be taking control of something.

Historically: (Adverb) With reference to past events.

Culturally: (Adverb) With regard to a culture.

Interrogating: (Verb) to be asking questions about someone.

Ethical: (Adjective) Dealing with morals or the principles of morality.

 

Activity Two:

Environmental:

Environment, iron, on, mental, meant, love, no, men, male, mail, vomit, mentor, rat, mat, tan, van, ran, nerve, eel, lemon, melon, eon, meat, merino, marine, roam, rent, rental, team, tea, tone, toe, tie, tire, lame, lane, lair, lion, later, mate, rain, main, train, vein, tail, tale tent, ten, rove, trove, tame, name, veil, lent, liver, live, alive, vile, vine, mint mine, vial, leave, not, note, lot, rot, rant, rave, rate. 70 words total.

Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 2 Question 23

Question: Fill in the magic square (Hint: Every row, column and diagonal has the same sum.)

Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 2 empty

Predict: I thought this would be about addition.

Clarify: I had nothing to clarify.

Find the big picture: What are the missing numbers?

Solve:

Firstly I worked out that 8+6+4 was 18, so everything needed to add up to 18.

Then I worked out that 6+7+5 was 18 so I put five above 6 and 7.

Next I worked out that 5+4+9 was 18 so I put the 9 next to the 5.

Then I worked out that 9+8+1 is 18 so I put the 1 in between the 8 and 9.

Next I worked out that 8+7+3 was 18 so I put the 3 next to the 7.

Finally I worked out that 4+3+11 is 18 so I put the 11 in between the 4 and 3.

Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 2 done

 

Summary: I used my prior knowledge.

Spelling Term 4 Week 1

Activity One:

Endeavour: (Noun) Try hard to do or achieve something.

Microbiologist: (Noun) A person who studies microscopic organisms, either unicellular (single cell), multicellular (cell colony), or acellular (lacking cells).

Meteorologist: (Noun) An expert in or student of meteorology; a weather forecaster.

Metallurgist: (Noun) A person who studies metals and their properties in bulk and at the atomic level.

Geophysics: (Noun) The physics of the earth.

Physicist: (Noun) An expert in or student of physics.

Geologist: (Noun) A specialist in geology.

Seismology: (Noun) The branch of science concerned with earthquakes and related phenomena.

Climatologist: (Noun) A person who studies climate and weather patterns.

Laboratory: (Noun) A room or building equipped for scientific experiments, research, or teaching, or for the manufacture of drugs or chemicals.

 

Activity Two:

Microbiologist: Someone that studies microscopic organisms. A famous person was Ferdinand J Cohn for publishing an early classification of bacteria for the first time in 1875.

Meteorologist: Someone that studies the weather and make predictions. Meteorologists can get predictions wrong.

Metallurgist: Someone that studies different types of metal and their properties. He wanted to be a metallurgist because he was interested in the topic.

Physicist: Someone who studies physics. A famous physicist was Albert Einstein 

Geologist: Someone who studies geology (the earth and rocks). A famous geologist was A. M. Miller.

 

Activity Three:

Laboratory: Text to self- I know what a laboratory is like because I’ve been in one. Text to word- there are lots of different laboratories in the world.

Meteorologist: Text to self- it reminds me of when I did a debate on the topic that “meteorologists are important for our safety”. Text to world- meteorologists predict the weather for everybody.

Metallurgist: Text to self- it reminds me of when I met a metallurgist at our family science night. Text to world- there are lots of metallurgists in the world.

Maths Mate Term 4 Sheet 1 Question 22

Question: Fill in the missing number.

12 x _ = 36

Predict: I thought this question would be about multiplication.

Clarify: I had nothing to clarify.

Find the big picture: What is the missing number.

Solve:

First I worked out what 12 needs to be multiplied by to get to 36.

Next, I worked out that that was 3.

So 12 x 3 =36, and that means that 3 is the missing number.

Summary: I used my prior knowledge.

Maths Mate Term 3 Sheet 8 Question 22

Question: Fill in the missing digits in the sum.

Maths Mate Term 3 Sheet 8 Empty

Predict: I thought this would be about addition.

Clarify: I had nothing to clarify.

Find the big picture: What are the missing numbers?

Solve:

First I worked out that 7+6 is 13, and 13+2 is 15, so I put a 2 in the box and carried the one.

Next I worked out that 1+3+1 is 5, and 5+4 is 9, so I put the 4 in the next box.

Maths Mate Term 3 Sheet 8 Solved (New)

Summary: I used my prior knowledge.

Maths Mate Term 3 Sheet 7 Question 23

Question: I think of a number, multiplying it by 3 and then divide by 2. If the result is 18, what was the original number?

Predict: I thought this question would be about multiplication and division.

Clarify: I had nothing to clarify.

Find the big picture: What is the original number?

Solve:

First I figured out that i would have to work backwards and use inverse operations.

Next I worked out what 18×2 was and that was 36.

Lastly, I divided 36 by three and that was 12, so 12 is the answer.

Summary: I used the work backwards method.

Spelling Term 3 Week 5

Words:

Abysmal

Bureau

Altitude

Anticyclones

Barometer

Blustery

Climatic

Cumulus

Electrocution

Deciduous

 

Activity Four:

He was gaining altitude.

There are different climatic conditions.

Oceans go into abysmal depths.

No one suffered electrocution when the power lines fell over.

 

Activity Six:

Cyclone Cyclonic
Cylinder Cylindrical
Cycle Cyclical
Hero Heroic
History Historical
Magic Magical
Music Musical
Poetry Poetic