October 6

What I’ve learn’t about 3D shapes…

Throughout term 3, the 5/6s started to learn more about three dimensional shapes. Three dimensional shapes (3D shapes or polyhedron) are shapes the have three dimensions, these dimensions are called: width, height and length. An example of a 3D shape would be a cube which is the most common one, or a square. Any shape can be turned into a 3d, all you have to do is add width because 2D shapes have length and height. There are different types of 3D shapes, some of them are: prism and pyramid. A prism is a shape that has parallel sides which rectangles are and the same face at the start and the end, the edges on them are called vertices  and example of one is a triangular prism, this is what they look like.

PrisimA pyramid is one of the the two 3D versions of a triangle, the other version is a triangular prism. A pyramid is a four sided 3D shape with triangles for faces. There are different types of pyramids, like a square based pyramid or a triangular based pyramid. The name of the pyramid is determined on its base, with a prism it’s determined on its face. The point where the triangles meet is called the apex. Here is what a hexagonal based pyramid looks like.

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May 13

MM Term 2 Sheet 3

Question:23

No Clarifcation

Prediction: I’ll use addition

Steps:

1. How much more do I need to get to 18 from 3+8? 7

2. How much more do I need to get to 18 from 7? 5+6

3.How much more do I need to get to 18 from 8? 6+4

4.How much more do I need to get to 18 from 8+1? 9

5.How much more do I need to get to 18 from 7? 2+9

Summary: I used find a pattern

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May 6

MM Sheet 2 Term 2

Question:24

Prediction: I’ll use multiplication

Steps:

1.B and G=1

2.B and Y=2

3.B and W=3

4.G and Y=4

5.G and W=5

6. Y and W= 6 so the answer is 6

I used make a table

 

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March 24

MM Sheet 6 Term 1

Question: 23

Clarify: No clarification

Prediction: I predict i’ll need to use subtraction and addition

Steps:

1. 200 minus 100? 100 1 hour

2.100 plus 200? 300 two hours

3.300 minus 100? 200 three hours

4. 200 plus 200? 400 four hours

5.400 minus 100? 300 five hours

6. 300 plus 200? 500 six hours

7. 500 minus 100? 400 seven hours

8.400 plus 200? 600 eight hours

9.600 minus 100? 500 nine hours

10.500 plus 200? 700 ten hours

11.700 minus 100? 600 11 hours

12. 600 plus 200? 800 12 hours

Summary:

I used find a pattarn

 

March 11

Maths Mate Sheet 5 Term 1

Question 23

3_8                                                                                                                                                        -_4_

Prediction: I predict this will be about subtraction

Clarify: Do I need clarification? no

1. What minus three equals two? one

2.How do you get to two from four? Get rid of six

3.What  minus eight equals three? five

Summary: I used break the problem into smaller parts

February 18

Maths Mate Term 1 Sheet 1 Problem 24

Question 24: Fill in the missing number. 13+_+35=80

Predict: I think this is a number problem and I predict it will about addition and subtraction

Clarify: The Blank box means that you need to write the answer in it.

Solution:

1. Add 13 and 35 together. The answer is 48.

2. Subtract 48 from 80. The answer is 32.

3. Fill in the empty box with the answer of 32.

Summary:  The strategy I used was make a number sentance