This was a imaths project. In this you had won a all expense trip around the world except the accommodation and everything else wasn’t payed. You had to calculate the expenses of accommodation, food, trips, and everything else on a itinerary and on pages. My challenge was getting all the cafes and food and calculating the costs. I learnt that it can be pretty tricky planning a holiday.
This task was about the aborigines and their dreamtime dances. In this task we had to get 7 sections of a poem, put them into words then draw the scene the poem described. My challenge was finding the space to get the 7 parts in the one page and also putting the grammar in. I learnt that poems can be decrypted easily but not writ.
In this task we got 100 sprout seeds, 4 cups and put 25 in each cup and made different conditions for each cup. This task was about recording which conditions plants would grow in best and which conditions would make the plants die. This task helped our recording skills and gave an example of there can always be more conditions. It was best grown in 2 times a day and they didn’t grow in never.
This task was a science task. In this task we put 4 chunks of steel wool in 4 cups then put oil water and salt water and see which one rusts the most. My challenge was trying to even out the amounts in each cup. I learnt that steel doesn’t rust in oil because water can’t get to the steel.
This task was a science experiment. In this task we got string tied it onto a stick poured copper sulfate in it and waited for a week when we came back the copper sulfate had turned into crystals because the water as the solvent couldn’t hold enough copper sulfate so the solid in the solution came out as crystals.
This task was a imaths investigation. In this task we had to get a Pascal’s triangle and eliminate the composite numbers the square and triangular numbers and the numbers divisible by seven and five and make a reflection and a key. My challenge was doing all the extra work added onto this investigation in time. I learnt that the Pascal’s triangle is a smart method of figuring out triangular and square numbers.
This was a home room homework task. This task was all about creating a map of Australia out of dough with heaps of detail. My favourite parts were cutting out the map from the dough chunk and creating the hills it was so quick and doing it with dough was fun and quick to do. My least favourite parts were making the rivers and drawing the colour, it was so fiddly and hard to make look good and draw in all the cracks. The hardest part was pouring out the salt for the map, I couldn’t take the lid off the salt container so I had to pour. With the other three maps I loved the detail and effort put into it with the hills and colours in specific spots making them look like real proper maps.
This task was a unit task about longitude and latitude. In this task we watched two videos about longitude and latitude and writing them down as questions. My challenge was putting them into questions quickly. I learnt that longitude and latitude is how gps works.
This task was a literacy task about ways we could read. In this task we wrote down ways we could read in pic collage. My challenge was writing them all down in time. I learnt that there are many different ways to read.
This task was a english poetry task in this task we had to get the corroboree poem and write down what It meant and what it would look like and after that we had to draw it. My challenge was finding the space to write everything about the poem in detail. I learnt that poems can be very descriptive.