100wc … as it shivered, they…

While sightseeing on holiday in America, two ugly looking zoo keepers ran past, almost knocking me off the Exactor, a famous bridge in Oklahoma. I stopped the keeper to ask what was the problem and why he almost knocked me into the river. Just as he was about to reply the sound of thunder roared, and lightning bolts shone across the sky as far as the eye could see. The keepers picked up a frightened squirrel . As it shivered, they wrapped him up in a soft green blanket. They took him back to the zoo and put him in his enclosure.

100WC Broken Green Swimming Cat Lifted

It was the first day of summer and I wanted to go swimming but the water was all green and murky. I went to the garage to find the cleaner and lifted a cage while doing so, I found a cat with a broken paw. I took the cat inside and asked mum if I could keep it, she said yes. I put it in the water,The most unusual thing happened it came out looking like an  alien and it could only get bigger by eating broken tiles, tiles with fish on them to be exact. and at the worst time ever it turned my pool into a skateboard track.

 

100wc

I was strolling in the park and I found an iron cloak. I looked into the hood and saw a swirling dark mist. A chill ran down my spine. The mist blew out and swarmed over me. It wasn’t long before I realised that I was turning into a dark spirit. I have to tell you I seriously looked so ugly and almost fainted. there was a random family eating Spanish doughnuts A.K.A churros I went over and asked if I could have one because I was starving. one look and one photo got me a threat to human and famous.

spelling term4 week1

EndeavourMicrobiologist

Meteorologist

Metallurgist

Geophysics

Physicist

Geologist

Seismology

Climatologist

Laboratory

 

 

Endeavour: verb      To make an effort or strive for wins.                     I endeavour to win my basketball games. ,people can endeavour while doing work.

Microbiologist: noun

Meteorologist: noun weather and climate conditions. , we have weather reporters.

Metallurgist: noun       The scientific way to heat metals and get  them to the size you want.

Physicist: noun

Geophysics: noun

Seismology: noun      The study of earthquakes and there occurrence.

Climatologist: noun   A Climatologist is someone that study’s climate conditions.

Laboratory: noun      The place were scientists do there work and study.              we have been to the GTAC laboratory.  ,scientists work in laboratorys.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spelling – Week 5

Altitude ~   Altitude is the height above sea level.

Abysmal ~ Sometimes my dad says my behaviour is abysmal

Climatic ~ Global warming is a big reason for the change in our climatic environment.

electrocution  ~ Some people die as a result of electrocution.

Anticyclones

Bureau

Barometer

Blustery

Cumulus

deciduous

 

 

 

 

Suffix – ic and ical

Cyclone  ~  Cyclonic

Cylinder ~Cylindrical

Cycle~ Cyclical

Hero~ Heroic

History ~Historical~Historic

Magic ~ Magical

Music~ Musical

Poetry~ Poetic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spelling 15/8/14

Visualize

verify

phenomenon

geographical

authorities

interconnected.

collides

Precipitation

Conglomeration

transformation

Choose four list words. Write each word in a sentence to indicate you have a good understanding of the word.

visualize- A picture that you create in your mind.

verify- to check that something is true

collides- When something or some one hits into something else.

transformation- When something changes from 1 thing to another.

6. Suffixes: Write the definition of a suffix.

Complete the table below with as many suffixes as possible.

able

disable

miserable

tolerable

acceptable

changeable

predictable

breakable

likable

lovable

excitable

ation

 activation

 starvation

condensation

collaboration

determination

orientation

preparation

abbreviation

aviation

implication

ible 

admissible

convertible

compatible

accessible

credible

collapsible

pliable

incredible

invincible

possible

responsible

 

sensible

 

 

 

Maths Mate Term 3 Sheet 4

Problem: Q23

Predict: I will need to make sure the correct values come together.

Clarify: I will need to find the correct number spots.

Find the big question: How do these numbers fit into the grid?

Solve: I started with the 4 digit numbers as there were less of this type. Then I began trying to fit the 3 digit numbers into there places on the grid connected to the 4 digit numbers.

Summary: I used the trial and error strategy.

Maths Mate

Problem: Q24

Predict: I will need to work out the value of each different bead.

Clarify: I will then need to add the beads to confirm my answer.

Find the big question: what is the value of the last string?

Solve: I thought of some number combinations that add together to equal 16. I worked out that the dark shaded beads equal 2 and the light shaded beads equal 5 then I worked out those for my answer then I worked out the blank beads for 6 so then the answer was 23.

Summary: I used the guess check and  improve strategy.

spelling – week 3 term 3

Tsunamis

Tornadoes

Monsoons

Volcanoes

literature

Appreciation

Prejudice

Connotations

Annotated

 

 

A Tornado is a very strong column of air.  It is an uncontrollable natural occurrence.

A Tsunami is the Japanese word for tidal wave.  A tidal wave is huge and comes onto land and breaks buildings.

Appreciation is a feeling we have when someone dose something for you.

volcanoes are big mountains that shoot out coal and lava.

 

 

A prefix is a letter or a group of letters that go at the start of a word to influence or change the meaning of the word.

Pre                                         hyper                                               Trans

prearrange                         hyperactive                                     transportation

preschool                           hyperventilate                                  transport

prefix                                 hyperthermia                                   transparent

preview                                 hyperbole                                       translucent

precautions                         hypersensitive                                 transplant

preliminary                        hypertension                                  transformation

transition

translate

spelling

opponents

offensive

persuasive

democracy

impromptu

conciliatory

inspirational

participatory

affirmative

adjudicator

In the basketball game the opponents were winning.
The impromptu speech was about sport he didn’t know what it was going to be but he still did it well.
The democracy of people was a great force.
A   persuasive text is when you try to ge some one to by something from you.