Friday, 31 March 2017

Ratios

Ratios are when you compare one thing to another thing.   For example 121.2 boys are born for every 100 girls in china. In the future this will make it very hard for men to find wives but oh well. We commonly see ratios in baking ( 1 quarter cup flour to 1 half cup  milk) or in sports ( the Ottawa senators beat the Montreal Canadiens  10 to 0 )  if you are from Canada and like hockey you will know the reference in that last one. Go Sens Go!🥅🏒.  That is all i can explain for ratios.

Monday, 23 January 2017

rotational symmetry

rotational symmetry is when a shape can be rotated and fit into itself.  For example this shape has two sets of rotational symmetry.Image result for rotational symmetryhere is what i did  as you can see trapezoids and  parallelograms have 0 orders of rotational symmetry whereas equilateral triangles (it says 0 but we learned later on that  it has 3) has 3 orders of rotational symmetry, pentagon has 5 orders of  rotational symmetry. Squares have 4 orders of rotational symmetry and so on  that is all  and don't forget that this blog post is sponsored by stupid gamer guys. go subscribe to them on youtube or not. Now go out and have a good day! :)
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Thursday, 19 January 2017

why you should not send your children on busses when roads are icy.

when road conditions are not good and not suitable for buses but they run anyway should you let your children on to that bus or will you save there lives by driving them to school. if you let them on that bus be aware of the risks. If the bus rolls over you will fall two feet and if that isn't bad enough they will fall there are no seatbelts to stop you from falling. So if the bus crashes they will be hurtled forward with incredible force. why the school board doesnt close busses  these days surprises me.my bus has trouble turning and gripping the road is difficult even with all of the bus crashes that ocure they leave the busses open. If you realize that this is a issue you should think twice before letting them go on the bus in bad conditions because that ride may be their last. I hope this article has helped you to realize safety in a different way.

Wednesday, 21 December 2016

2D graffiti

Math is generally fun especially if it  involves taping walls with painters tape to make a shape but with learning comes tests or more work but this was one of my favorite math lessons yet. (Mostly because i like taping stuff to walls)

This is a kite

Digging for gold!

Digging for gold is a eqao text of a kid named Brandon who went to his grandpas house and weeded their garden because for every 25 dandelions he picks he gets a dollar. So when his sister finds out about his "golden" industry she wants in. But all the dandelions are gone just as she starts helping. She then gets the bright idea to replant every single dandelion. After we read the text we had to answer two questions about the text. The first was  "how was Jessica (Brandon's sister) inspired  by Brandon's action. And the second was " was the title Digging  for gold an appropriate title for this text''. That is all for this blog post

Friday, 2 December 2016

Making connections

In language we are working on making connections but unfortunately I have 2 books that are not the best for making connections one is a goosebumps book about a doll that comes alive and the other book is about the Stanley cup. will try to find a new book so i can make connections. well i suppose the stanley cup book is ok for connections but I will find a way to get my work done no matter what it takes. Even if it takes me a long long time I will get it done with the books I have