Numbers! Spring 2011
Numbers in Space! • How much do you weigh on other   planets? •   http://www.exploratorium.edu/ronh/weight/ •Your turn! (#...
weigh                 weightYour turn! (#4-6)#4 I __________ sixty kilograms on Earth.#5 We use a scale to measure _______...
Numbers in Space•   How much would an African elephant calf (baby) weigh on other    planets? (approximately)    http://en...
Our Planet       http://ecology.com/features/earthataglance/youarehere.html       #10 What percent (%) of the Earth is cov...
Fractions     Learn                            these                           please!• Fraction=• 1/2 one half           ...
Our Planethttp://ecology.com/features/earthataglance/youarehere.html#12 So,we know the Earth is about 2/3 water. Are you a...
Our Bodies: Water    http://www.boston.com/globe/search/stories/health/how_and_why/011298.htm#14 What percent of an adult ...
Our Bodies: Water    http://www.boston.com/globe/search/stories/health/how_and_why/011298.htm#14 What fraction of an adult...
WWWJDIC    http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~jwb/cgi-bin/wwwjdic.cgi?9T•   Jim Breen is one of my heroes. He made this word g...
Google Translator    http://translate.google.co.jp/#•   #18 Japanese:         English: ___________   : Oo•   #19 Japanese:...
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  1. 1. Numbers! Spring 2011
  2. 2. Numbers in Space! • How much do you weigh on other planets? • http://www.exploratorium.edu/ronh/weight/ •Your turn! (#1-3) Choose three planets andwrite your weight (or your pet’s weight, etc...)
  3. 3. weigh weightYour turn! (#4-6)#4 I __________ sixty kilograms on Earth.#5 We use a scale to measure __________.#6 The ________ of objects is less on the moon.
  4. 4. Numbers in Space• How much would an African elephant calf (baby) weigh on other planets? (approximately) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elephant http://www.exploratorium.edu/ronh/weight/ *HINT- press CTRL and F together. Then search “weigh” to find the elephant’s weight. Your turn! (#7-9) Choose three planets and write the baby elephant’s weight.
  5. 5. Our Planet http://ecology.com/features/earthataglance/youarehere.html #10 What percent (%) of the Earth is covered by water? #11 What percent (%) of the Earth is covered by land?*Don’t forget the CTRL F trick!
  6. 6. Fractions Learn these please!• Fraction=• 1/2 one half • 2/3 two thirds• 1/3 one third • 3/4 three fourths• 1/4 one fourth • 5/8 five eighths• 1/5 one fifth
  7. 7. Our Planethttp://ecology.com/features/earthataglance/youarehere.html#12 So,we know the Earth is about 2/3 water. Are you able to write2/3 in words? (Please do.)#13 If 2/3 of our Earth is water, how much of our Earth is land?(Please write in words.)
  8. 8. Our Bodies: Water http://www.boston.com/globe/search/stories/health/how_and_why/011298.htm#14 What percent of an adult manʼs body is water?#15 What percent of an adult womanʼs body is water?#16 What percent of an infantʼs (new babyʼs) body is water?
  9. 9. Our Bodies: Water http://www.boston.com/globe/search/stories/health/how_and_why/011298.htm#14 What fraction of an adult manʼs body is water?#15 What fraction of an adult womanʼs body is water?#16 What fraction of an infantʼs (new babyʼs) body is water?
  10. 10. WWWJDIC http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~jwb/cgi-bin/wwwjdic.cgi?9T• Jim Breen is one of my heroes. He made this word gloss dictionary. I hope you like it too!• Copy and paste all of the words below into the box on the website. #16 #17• What are these in English?
  11. 11. Google Translator http://translate.google.co.jp/#• #18 Japanese: English: ___________ : Oo• #19 Japanese: English: ________ : _____• #20 Japanese: English: ________ : _____
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