# Year: 2022

## BMF / Building Maths Fitness

This morning, Room 4 and I did some Maths fitness.

Here is the task!

## Pourquoi tale

Once upon a time, all kinds of roses grew all over the land. Such as pink, red, white, yellow and many more roses grew all over. The roses were so beautiful that the humans wouldn’t take their eyes off them. But there was one rose that no one is allowed to lay their hands on, it was the purest rose of them all.

It was called the golden touch. It was called the golden touch because whoever touched the golden rose would turn to gold. The golden touch was made as a symbol of peace and love. Humans were greedy for the roses. They’d either pick it for their love or pick it for fun.

One day a new couple came into the land, their names were Lily and Niko. The couple were explorers. They were searching for something rare to add to their collection. One of the villagers bribed Niko in for money. Once he gave the villager money, she started blurting out to him that there was a golden rose that symbolises peace and love.

Once the couple laid their eyes on the golden touch, they shoved people out of their way until the golden rose was glimmering in their eyes. The golden glimmer tempted the couple to pick it. As soon as they touched the rose they transformed into golden statues. Not only did the couple turn to gold but all roses grew thorns because of the village’s greed. Rumour has it that the golden statues are deep in thorn vines.

## Solubility

Today, room 4 learnt about solubility. Solubility is the ability to dissolve. First, room 4 got split into 6 groups.I was grouped with Aaron, Amira, and Rylan. My group was pretty helpful. Our objective was to see how many spoons of sugar could dissolve. We mixed water with sugar, which is called solution.

Here is the task! Hope you enjoy!

## Introduction to Probability 22

Today we learnt about probability and possible outcomes.

Here is the task!

## Conclusions – Statistical Investigations

Today I had to give a conclusion for every graph.

Here is the task!

## Lions – Statistical Inquiry

From the past 2 weeks me, Aye, and Lili-may have collected data from Room 4 to see if there is a difference between the hours of sleep of the older ones (13 year olds) – the younger ones (11 year olds). It was quite interesting how the older ones get less sleep than the younger ones.

Here is the task!

## Measurement Practice

Today, for the maths task we had to practise our measurement skills.

Here is the task!

## Lions – Statistical Inquiry

This week, me, Aye, and Lili-may had to collect information/data and researched as we had to research how age has to do with hours of sleep.

Here are some photos of the research!

## Why we need Rainy day monitors

Why we need Rainy day Monitors

Today I will be writing about why we need rainy day monitors, so that there will be a reason for having a rainy day monitor. Rainy day monitors are year 7 & 8 children who look after classrooms while it is a rainy day. I will be writing three paragraphs about why we need rainy day monitors.

We need rainy day monitors because rainy day monitors take care of classrooms when it’s raining and so that teachers can go on their  break. It’s important for teachers to have breaks so that they can teach their students more important things that could be useful in their life.

It’s important to have rainy day monitors because some year 8s who have not been chosen as a prefect or a house captain can be a great role model and show that they’re capable of leading the younger ones. It’s also important to have a rainy day monitor so that there is someone who is monitoring the classes when it is raining and some who is supervising the children while it is raining.

We need rainy day monitors because if the teachers were on break and no one is monitoring the childrens in their  classes, the children won’t have anyone to listen to, so they will create chaos in the classrooms. For example if a class was left alone with no adults, teachers or any supervision, the children would go wild, running around the classrooms, going on their chromebooks and playing games and messing up the class.

So therefore we need rainy day monitors in our classrooms to keep safe. I conclude that we need rainy day monitors to keep things under control in the classrooms and supervise the children. Would you like to be a Rainy day monitor?