Tuesday, 13 February 2018


This is a sheet of paper filled with different patterns. Each colour represents a pattern/multiples of some sort. Red = Multiples of 1 (Prime Numbers), Pink = Multiples of 2 and so on. We have decided to pick these colours because of the specified patterns that have been chosen. For example - Green represent 3 (Triangle) The next group of 3 is another sort of triangle but it is made up of 9 dots. 3 x 3 = 9. That is how we got our patterns, multiples and colours. 


This is showing you what is a square and a square root maths is.

Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Considering someone else's view point

Here you will see a video of me. The video is about me talking about one of the statements and if i agree or disagree. It's also about if I agreed then whats someone else's point view.

WALT: Consider someone else’s viewpoint

Tuesday, 24 October 2017

How to be a good role model

       How to be a good role model.

Role Models are all around us, even though you may think that they are not or you're not, everyone can be role a model. There are many ways to be a role model.

One way to be a good role model is to set an example for the younger kids. By setting an example you should always be respectful of the people around you. If they see you doing things that you should be doing then they will follow you.

Another way to be a role model is to not be afraid to be yourself. What I mean by this is to not change just because other people are around you just got to be yourself. When you be yourself people will see the real you.

Lastly you should always communicate with everyone. When you communicate with everyone they won’t be scared to communicate with you or other people. When you communicate with people everyone can get along.

These are my three ideas of how to be a good role model. If you have forgotten them here they are, Set an example for the younger kids, don’t be afraid to be yourself and lastly communicate with everyone.

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

3D Shapes

WALT  identify and describe 3D shapes
For the pas 2 weeks or so we have been learning about 3D shapes. We also have been learning about how many edges faces and vertices they have. If you look through my presentation you will see my 3d shapes and you will also see how many vertices faces and edges they have I also have made a screencastify about it. Enjoy!

Thursday, 31 August 2017

Quality Blog Comments

This is a quality blog comment because I have started with a greeting, Made A Connection and Ended with a question. You should write a comment yourself. Try it out