Morena Tū tira mai ngā iwi Tā tou tā tou e Ti hia mauri ora Tū tira mai ngā iwi Whakataka te hau ki te Tā tou tā tou e uru, Whai-a te marama- Whakataka te hau ki te tanga tonga. me te aroha - e Kia mākinakina ki uta, ngā iwi! Kia mātaratara ki tai. Ki-a ktapa-tahi, Ki-a ko-tahi rā . E hī ake ana te atākura he tio, Tā tou tā tou e. he huka, Tā - tou, tā - tou he hauhunga. E!! Tahi, rua, toru, Ameni wha Hi aue hei !!!
School Costs InvestigationYour challenge is to find the total cost by calculating in your book: To spend $5, $10 & $15 at the canteen A full boy & girl uniform 15 Yearbooks A class of 32 students Technology fees A class of 32 students school donations How much to buy everything on the canteen menu? How much to buy everything on the uniform list? How much does it cost your family if you buy a full uniform, pay your fees & buy a yearbook? How much does school get paid when 308 students pay their donation, technology fee & buy a yearbook each?
21.5.12 Quick 10 What is the number after 789999? What is the number after 523999? What is the number before 670000? What is the number before 923000? How many 10s in 452? How many 10s in 789? How many 100s in 2534? How many 100s in 9345? How many tenths are in 3.5? How many hundredths in 78.6?
Monday 21st May 2012 21.5.12Rāhina 21st Haratua 2012R.U.NMaths –Finish up Costs InvestigationWeekend WritingMORNING TEAAVAILLL Activity 8 An Azamnig tinhg redanigTe Reo – E hia te utu?LUNCHLanguageINQUIRY
Rāhina 21st Haratua 2012E hia te utu? Tara HenetiTitiro ki tēnei!He aha tēnei?He aha ēnei?E hia te utu?Pēhea tēnei?
Language Work Group 2Copy out the paragraph and put in capital letters, full stops and commas. There are 5 sentences in B.B. the elephant strolled slowly up the hill with a tourist on his back the tourist was excitedly taking photos of all the new sights around her while waving its trunk the elephant noticed a small banana on the ground the elephants eyes sparkled with excitement if only his trainer would let him get the banana he would be happy
WALT: Use the multiplication boxstrategy 22.5.12 15 yearbooks at $15 each 32 students pay $66 each 32 students pay $75 each 32 x15 = 48 x 23 = eg: 32x48 40 8 76 x 45 = 30 1200 240 1440 85 x 39 = 2 80 16 96 97 x 64 = 1536 86 x 56 = 92 x 47 = Early Finisher: MM2 Pg 35 Calc Act & pg 51 Ex 28
Uniform ArgumentMoore Intermediate believes that uniforms are an important aspect of any school in New Zealand. Uniforms create an environment of family and belonging.We at Moore Intermediate believe that uniforms are a great way for families to saved time in the morning. Students don’t have to spend time thinking about what they want to wear to school each day. They are able to quickly grab their uniform and slip it on without even thinking. Since uniforms are worn five days a week families don’t have to spend heaps of money on having lots of different outfits to wear to school each day. Uniforms are an easy way to save time and money for families.Another reason uniforms are required at Moore Intermediate is to limit bullying and our students being judged by others. Often at adolescent age students tend to show more of an interest in what people are wearing and this can cause conflict. Some students might be judged for not wearing the right shoes, jeans or tops and this is not fair. To avoid issues like this happening Moore Intermediate is a uniform school.The final reason for Moore Intermediate being a uniform school is for our students safety in public. When students are out of school in uniform they are able to be identified if anything happens to them or they are seen doing the wrong thing. A school that has uniform looks tidy and respectable because they all look smart when they are all wearing the same colour or styled clothes. Everyone wearing the same uniform creates unity and family.So if you if want to go to a school that has unity and a positive environment because of it uniform then Moore Intermediate is the place for you!
WALT: Use the doubling andhalving strategy. 23.5.12 14 x 8=11228, 56, 112 17 x 6 =13234, 68, 132 19 x 8 =15238, 76, 152
Timetable Argument At Moore Intermediate we believe that physical education and sports are essential to the development for our students. The first reason for sports being a major part of the timetable at Moore Intermediate is …… Another reason why sports are important to Moore Intermediate is…. The final reason we believe so strongly about sports is…… So if you also think that sports are important in your child education then Moore Intermediate is the school for you.
Thursday 24th May 2012 24.5.12Rāpare 24th Haratua 2012R.U.NFitnessMaths – Split strategy(Early Finishers to complete and mark corrections from yesterday)MORNING TEAAVAILLL ACT 11 At a GlanceHall TimeLUNCHDEAR 15The Arts for 15minMusic Room
24.5.12 Quick 10Answer these questions by using the Halving and Doubling Strategy – Show what you would change the sum into!!3. 16 x 6 =4. 14 x 5 =5. 15 x 4 =6. 22 x 4 =7. 26 x 3 =8. 24 x 6 =9. 30 x 5 =10. 34 x 5 =11. 42 x 5 =12. 32 x 2 =
WALT: Use the Split Strategy24.5.1214 x 8 =11210x8=80 4x8=3280+32=11215x9=
Friday 25th May 2012 25.5.12Rāmere 25th Haratua 2012R.U.NJingles ASSEMBLY 9.30MORNING TEAInquiryLUNCHTeam AssemblyTeam Game
25.5.12 QUICK 10 12m 1. 2. 3. 4m 15m 4 12 4. 10cm 11 5. 13cm 7Remember you can try any of the multiplication strategieswe have learnt this week.