Maths Mate Term 1 Sheet5 Question23

Read: What is the weight of seven bricks if three and a half bricks weigh seven kilograms?

Predict: I predicted this was going to be about numbers and kilograms.

Clarify: Nothing

Whats the big question? The big question is what is the weight of seven bricks if three and a half bricks weigh seven kilograms?

Mathematitions Toolbox: Write a number sentence.

Solve: The way i solved it was that i doubled 7 because it said that three and a half bricks weigh 7 kilograms. Three and a half bricks is half of 7 bricks and it said what is the weight of seven bricks.

Answer: 14

Summary: At the start when i saw the picture on the sheet i thought it would be hard but when i read the question again and again i really understand what it was asking me!

Maths Mate term 2 Sheet 3 Question24

Read: At our camp we were told to make sandwiches with Ham, Cheese, Tomato and lettuce. How many combinations can you make with your ingredients.

Predict: I predict hat this was going to be about sandwiches.

Clarify: None

Mathematitions  toolbox: The stratie i used to work out this sum was draw a diagram.

Whats the Big Question?  How many combinations can you make with the ingredients.

Solve! The way i solved this problem was that i wrote Ham, Cheese, tomato and lettuce. Then i matched them together. Ham Cheese, Tomato lettuce, Lettuce Ham, lettuce Cheese, tomato cheese and tomato ham.


Summary: At the start of this problem i thought it was hard but when i read the question it sounded very easy. My prediction was half  right.

Grammar-mania!Exercise 4: Pronouns

1. Who told us that no one would be at the mall?

2. This belongs to her.
3. She never gave them any of it.
4. Phillip called to tell them about that.
5. What did you give him and his wife for Christmas?
6. We always welcome suggestions.
7. Mine was destroyed by the flood, but the insurance covered it.
8. Give me some!
9. They told about the hardships we survived.
10. Many told about the kindness of strangers.

Grammar-mania!Exercise 3: Pronouns

1. Many of them came, but few stayed long.

2. Give everybody something to eat before they leave.
3. What did you bring with you?
4. Did they teach themselves how to speak German?
5. After she cut herself, she went for a tetanus shot.
6. All of those are expensive.
7. Who likes chocolate?
8. The stones on the beach were green, but these are pink.
9. None of us was frightened by that.
10. He gave her several bottles of this.

100word challenge week#29

BANG! There was bullets flying everywhere in the battle field. I was part of the war, then ouch! My arm was shot. A few seconds later a rescue helicopter came and flew me away. I was in the helicopter when suddenly my arm didn’t hurt any more. So I parachuted back to the battle fields. When my team saw me parachuting back they were so happy. When I landed my partner got shot from above. I was freaked when I saw that so I quickly got back my sniper and I was part of one of the world’s greatest wars.

Maths Mate Term2 Sheet2 Q.23

Read: How many numbers between 1 and 60 are divisible by 9.

Prediction: I predicted that this was going to be about division.

What’s the big question? The big question is how many time’s 60 is divisible by 9.


Mathematicians Toolbox: The strategy I used was priornolage.

Solve: The way I solved it was that I used my priornolage. There was really just one step in this and that’s to divide 60 by 9.


Summary: At the start I thought it was hard but then when I got in to it, it was very easy and I got my prediction right!