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Friday, 20 April 2018

Problem Solving No.2 - Holiday Homework

This was also very challenging but I made a template to help me out. I have put the link down below including where I think the treasure chest is.

2. The treasure map
Captain Blackheart buries his treasure but loses his treasure map! But all is not lost. His trusty crew remember different bits of the map.
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"I remember drawing it with 5 squares each way", says the Captain.
"There was a row of three trees running due East from the square (1,1)", Peg Leg Pete says. "You put each one of them on a different square."
"Weren’t there four granite boulders going due South from (5,5)?" John asks. "I think you put one of them each in a square too."
"Ah!. Now I remember!" yells the Captain. "I buried the treasure half way between the first rock and the most western tree!"
Where is the treasure?




Problem Solving - Holiday Homework

Problem solving
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5 points for each problem answered correct

Here is my strategy. I found it very challenging in the beginning but I got the hang of it in the end.

Thursday, 19 April 2018

Our Community - Holiday Homework



This is one our holiday homework activities. We had to find out more about these places located in our community. I have added some facts on the areas. (Sorry if it isn't a lot)

Poetry - Holiday Homework


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What is poetry?
Poetry is a type of writing that expresses ideas and thoughts by using certain words in many different ways

Where do you read poems?
Poems can be read anywhere. For example at home or school

List down two famous poets from around the world.
William Wordsworth
Robert Frost

List down two famous poets from New Zealand.
Bill Manhire
Paula Green
Task - Write a poem about the Term 1 2018

Term 1 Poem

This term was filled with enjoyment and excitement
Full of many activities and new teachers
New jobs and monitors
House captain and ambassadors
School filled with many new children
And new friendships have been made
The feeling of a throw up comes as you receive your first certificate this year
New role models and the beginning of the last
Making the most of the most memorable year in life

Wednesday, 18 April 2018

Pool Party Recount - Holiday Homework

Recount on the most exciting time you had in school.

On the 8th week of school, my classroom and I had a fun pool party at the Glenbrae school swimming pool. Along with our pool party we got to devour delicious sausage sizzles. This was all thanks to our teacher, the one and only, Mrs Tofa.

First Mrs Tofa decided to have races on the different swimming styles we learnt. The 2 main swimming styles were freestyle and backstroke. This was to see if had an improvement from the first time we stepped foot into the water. We went 2 at a time while Mrs Tofa timed us. I wasn’t the fastest but I definitely improved. I was very shocked as to what the fastest time was. It was 34 secs!. My jaw dropped to floor when I heard it.

After our ‘improvement races’, we got into our house groups (Kowhai, Kauri, Rata Nikau) and raced. Something very similar to the first activity but it was more fun. We did doggy paddles, backstroke, breaststroke, freestyle and even butterfly stroke. Well at least we tried to swim. Difficult but very fun. Our pool was pretty big so we were all out of breath at the end of our races. My friends and I were full of laughter and had so much during our races.

It was that time of our pool party when we got to have free time for the rest of our swimming time. We had competitions as well as see who can hold their breath the longest underwater. We played tag, ran around the pool and tried to pool each other down. Of course it was fun but I did feel very sick while playing. So I hopped out and changed. I was sad that I missed out on all of the fun activities but I didn’t want to get more sick and make it worse.

It finally came to the end of our pool party. Mrs Tofa had cooked the sausages before the party and set it all up near the pool. We came one by one putting our sausage sizzle together. We sat down enjoying our delicious sausages. To top that off, Mrs Tofa bought us Tim Tams as kind of like a dessert. Later that day we got ice blocks right before our assembly.

Our pool party was filled with joy and excitement. I personally had a joyful time and can’t wait to have more fun with my classmates throughout the year.

Basic Facts - Holiday Homework

This is one of our holiday homework activities

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3 points for basic facts. All answers must be correct


12 X 4 = 48
9 X 8 = 72
8 X 6 = 48
2 X 10 = 20
32 X 9 = 288
32 X 3 = 96
95 X 7 = 665
17 X 7 = 119
61 X 3 = 183
282 = 5
279 = 3
241 = 24
564 = 14
408 = 5
10812 = 9
279 = 3
55 + 9 =64
83 + 7 = 90
33 + 9 = 42
314 + 4 = 318
621 +98 = 719

Speech Rocks - Holiday Homework


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Why should there be a cafeteria in the hall selling food students want?


Glenbrae school should consider having a cafeteria in the hall. Now, the cafeteria would be selling food students want, but sometimes it is worth it for other students are lunch less almost every day. The school will be selling foods the students would want, but it is better to have food than not have any food at all. There are many students that come to school without lunch. Now, this may because your parents are busy and have no time to pack it. If that's the case having a cafeteria would solve all of your lunch problems. Teachers can arrange some kind of agreement so that you are given lunch every day.

Having a cafeteria will reduce the amount of rubbish is thrown when students bring their own lunch. When students have their own lunch I doubt that they’ll hesitate to throw it on the ground. With a cafeteria soon Glenbrae School could be known as a Rubbish Free school. In conclusion, a cafeteria in the hall can solve problems school and students may have.

I have clearly stated my logic and this should be considered.