Monday, 24 August 2015

Thursday, 20 August 2015

Grass to Glass - the last 4 steps.

WALT: Add detail to the beginning of sentences.

As soon as the warm milk comes from the cows it goes straight into a fridge. Before the milk goes into the milk silo it has to be cold so the milk is cooled so the tanker can collect the milk.

There is a machine which separates the cream from the milk because so people don’t like cream in their milk. When the milk goes into a mince the milk and cream are separated.

The milk is heated up to 72 degrees celsius so that bacteria is killed by pasteurisation the milk. After that they put it down to 3 degrees celsius so the milk is still fresh to drink.

 Finally the milk is bottled, ready for you to drink. That completes the journey from grass to glass.   

Wednesday, 19 August 2015

3 dimensional shapes.

This week we have be making 3 Dimensional shapes like the tetrahedrons, cubes and pyramids. We have be learning how mean faces, Vertices and Edges the 3 Dimensional shapes.    

Curriculum Vitae.

WALT: applied for a job and write our own Curriculum Vitae.

The Ants and The Grasshopper - The Sequel.

WALT:Infer and interpret the main ideas in the story.

Tuesday, 18 August 2015

Friday, 14 August 2015

Check out mu number.

WALT: use strategies we already know to solve decimal problems.

Thursday, 13 August 2015

Grass to Glass - the first 4 steps.

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Cows eat 70 kilograms of grass a day, to make milk and to keep them healthy. 70 kilograms is twice as heavy as me.In the winter time the cows eat silage because the grass wanton be growing.

Cows have four stomachs,so it can be turned the grass into blood and milk.grass is hard to digest.

WALT: Add detail to the end of sentences.

Monday, 10 August 2015

Mum for Sale.

WALT: Infer and interpret the hidden message in the play.

Tuesday, 4 August 2015

Missing the bus.

WALT: Find the hidden messages in the text.

There was a girl who missed the, she was always 2 minutes early to get on the bus but today was an unusual day for her she missed the bus and chased after it. When it came up to the traffic light’s it normally stops but it keep on going and they kept on running and running but sometimes they would beat the bus and the bus would beat they arrived to school they were thinking about walking to school ever day.

Problem solving practice Week 3 Term 2.

WALT: use strategies we already know to solve decimal problems.

So first I add 2 + 1 = which 3, 
then I add 0.5 + 0.2 which =0.7,
next I added 3 + 0.7 which = 3.7. 

Check out mu number..

Walt: use strategies we already know to solve decimal problems.

Monday, 3 August 2015

Living on a Farm.

Growing up on a farm in the country may be fun but it can also be hard work. We have been looking at dairy farms in New Zealand, how  farmers and machines have roles in producing milk.
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If I was growing up on a farm I milking the cows would be fun because you get to use the cups to produce the milk. Did you know that your hands have to be warm before you milk or else you will be kicked by them.
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Feeding the calves would be hard work because you have to mix up a lot of milk. But Playing with them would be fun because it would be like having lots of pets.
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It has been interesting to learn about what it would be like to live on a dairy farm, all the jobs you get to help with and animals you care for. But living there full time? No thank you! I think I’ll stick to where I belong.
Image result for a car driving away from a farmWALT: Write paragraphs with a variety of sentence lengths and complexities.