Tuesday, 31st March
Well done to Alex who camposed 3 questions closest to my own regarding yesterday's information on 1016 Rising.
Take your pick from today's work.....Some will stay up for the week. Few competitions thrown in too.
Remember- Eat healthy, take your breaks outside, have some fun, limit screen time,
WARM UP- Problem of the day...Click on Yellow Button
Who will be first today!!!!?????
You must post your process today in order for answer to be accepted ! ! !
Please post the following on the blog today
1. Your Acc. Reader Article
2. Your main book title and the page you started on
Accelerated Reader- Sit back and relax with your book today- Do two 30 minute sessions
Accelerated Reader Article- 1 per day and take a quiz. Check any new words
New Wave Mental Maths
No New Wave Mental Maths today ! ! !
Mangahigh Assignments- Try to improve your medal rating
LOGIN to your Mangahigh and complete one Assignment....You should start with simplifying fractions.
Information about Ratio **********
A ratio is a way to show a relationship or compare two numbers of the same kind.
We use ratios to compare things of the same type. For example, we may use a ratio to compare the number of boys to the number of girls in your class room. Another example would be to compare the number of peanuts to the number of total nuts in a jar of mixed nuts.
There are different ways we use to write ratios, and they all mean the same thing. Here are some of the ways you can write the ratios for the numbers of B (Boys) and G (Girls):
the ratio of B to G
B is to G
Note that when writing the ratio you place the first term first. This seems obvious, but when you see the question or ratio written as "the ratio of B to G" then you write the ratio B:G. If the ratio was written "the ratio of G to B" then you would write it as G:B
Also, you could compare a mixed bag of 20 fruit as follows:
If it contained 10 apples, 5 oranges, 3 bananas and 2 kiwis then the ratio is.....
Spellwell- UNIT 27
Box 94 and ACTIVITY C for today
Gaeilge- Click on the button
THIS IS FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK. Take your time
It is a competition which will run until friday. See who can translate as close to my solution. Use a foclóir.
TOMORROW IS ART AND HISTORY WITH 30 MINUTES READING!!!!
You can continue with your Art if you wish today.
JUST CLICK IN THE ARCHIVES