MATHS PATTERNS – Click and drag to finish these patterns
Then finish the patterns in your Space and Algebra Book – page 16 (Algebra page 1). 🙂
When you have finished that page, hand in your work and on a blank A4 piece of paper, draw your own bead necklace pattern. MUST DO: your pattern must have at least 3 – 4 beads in the pattern. Choose your own shapes and colours. After you have shown it to the teacher, get a partner to solve your pattern. 😎
HARMONY DAY WEBSITE – Have a look here
WHAT IS IT? A day when all Australians celebrate our different cultural backgrounds. EVERYBODY BELONGS!
WHEN IS IT CELEBRATED? On 21st March
HOW IS IT CELEBRATED? In lots of different ways. Often people wear orange or dress in national clothes of different countries.
This year’s writing for NAPLAN is an exposition or persuasive argument. We have been learning how to write an exposition. The things we need to do are: 1. Introduction where we state our position on the topic; 2. separate paragraphs giving a point of view plus an example or evidence to back it up (1 – 3; Firstly, Secondly, Finally); 3. A conclusion where we sum up our argument. (Therefore, In conclusion…). We also have to remember to use strong words to convince our reader like: strongly agree, definitely, will, must, always…
Be careful parents – I’m sure you will find your child becoming more skillful at persuading you to allow them to do certain things… 🙂