February 1 - 6. 2009
1) Make a loaf of bread
2) 2 pages in work book (comprehension one)
3) Work with tutor
4) Percentages with dear mother
5) 3 and 4 times tables PROPERLY
1) Reading every night
2) Comprehension pages in book
3) Spelling words (at the bottom of the page)
4) Put them in alphabetical order
5) Write a sentence for each word in the spelling list below
Look them up in the dictionary
6) FIND THE PIRATE PRINCESS BOOK - we will start reading it together.
1) What is an eco system? Draw an example of one and write a paragraph about it.
2) Are insects or frogs part of eco systems? Give 5 examples of the part they play.
1) UPDATE YOUR BLOG
2) UPLOAD PHOTOS TO JOYOUS CHILDREN and post every day
3) JOIN RAT FORUM - Get Beth to join too
History and art
1) Use the museum pamphlets to create a cool collage in your art book
2) Visit the Australian Museum and detail the four stages of human evolution in your book.
25% is the same as ¼
50% is the same as ½
75% is the same as ¾
100% is the same as 1
10% is the same as 1/10
20% is the same as 1/5
Maths sheet created by brilliant mother and presented to brilliant child for completion before the end of the week.
Lets have fun while we do it?????
The pet shop is having a sale. How much will these items cost when they are reduced?
1)Rat food- normally $10 now 50% off
2)Rats - normally $12 now 25% off
3)Rat houses - $100 now 10% off
4)Cats - normally $400 now 20% off
What percentage are customers saving?
1)Dog food is 1/10 of it’s normal price. What percentage are customers saving?
2)Worming solution for rodents is ¼ of the normal price, what percentage are customers saving?
3)Animal bedding is half the usual price, what percentage are customers saving?
4)Ferrets are 1/5 of the normal price, what percentage are customers saving?
General questions for brilliant home schoolers!!! (who are allowed to use calculators)
1)If I eat 10% of a pie that was cut into 10 pieces, how many pieces are left? What percentage is that?
2)What is 50% of $5.00, $500, $5,000
3)Use a calculator to work out what 30% of 100 is.
4)Use a calculator to work out what 10% of 1050 is
5)What is 50% of 220
6)What is 50% of 440
7)Use a calculator to work out what 30% of $15 is.
8)Draw the calculator buttons you pressed for each of the above questions.
I also generously provided a graph for the daily work to be ticked off as it's completed.