3/4A CLASSROOM

Class blog for 3/4A from Liddiard Road Primary School in Traralgon

11 thoughts on “Homework-Week 4

  1. starting from my letter box I took 250 steps forward up my drive and then I stop and done a 90 degrees to the left and then I done 41 steps to water fountain 90 degrees right and then 21 steps to the front door.

  2. Starting from my letterbox I took 34 steps foword towords my gate I stopped and turned 90 degreese left and walked 3 steps towards a tree I kept going straight towards my door.

    P.S. You made me say this way harder than it is.

    1. Things in my house that are symetrcal:
      TV, Nail polish, CDs&DvDs, Laptop, TV, drawers, fridge, clock, jeans, singlet, clothes, bag, books, Mirror, bath, door, window, couch almost everything.

  3. How many sets of parallel lines can you find in and around your home? Describe where they are? About 185 in every room of our house.

    How many ‘normal’ steps does it take you to get from your letterbox to your bedroom? You need to give directions as you do it. For example – 1) Starting from my letterbox I take 15 steps forward the stop.

    Starting from my letterbox I take 40 steps to the end of my driveway and I rotate left 7 steps and stop at my front door. I then take 10 steps towards the hallway. I then rotate right 6 steps rotate left and 2 steps to my bedroom. 😀

  4. How many sets of parallel lines can you find in and around your home? Describe where they are?

    About 30 sets of parallel lines in each room in my house= Lounge room, bedroom × 4, back room, bath room and laundry.

    Step 1) from my mail box to the bottom of the steps is 14 life-size steps. Step 2) Then you turn to your left. Step 3) from the bottom of the steps to the front door takes 15 steps. Step 4) from the front door to my bedroom is 12 steps. Step 5) from bedroom door to my bed is 8 steps. Altogether it takes 49 steps from my letter box to my bed.

  5. 1.How many parallel lines are there in my house

    46 In the 4 bedrooms, kitchen, toilet, bathroom and lounge room.

    2.How many steps do you need to take to the letter box to my room- Take 17 steps. Then turn left. Then open the door. Then take 8 steps and turn 90 degrees. Then open my door.

  6. I had my door had 2 sets of paralal lines. Before I did my home work I looked at my iPad lines. On my ps3 games the shapes it was a rectangle. My TV had parallel lines. 23 steps away from my room a computer is there I have paralal lines. My dad old laptop has paralal lines.

  7. most things in m,y house are parlle

    Im walking from my letterbox to my living room, I talk 113 steps towords the door i turn 90 degreese left and walk 2 steps towords my door, i turn left and walk 2 steps to my lounge room door.

  8. From my letter box i turn 90 degrees to my right take 2 steps then turn 90 degrees to my left then take 21 steps to the stairs then turn 90 degrees to my left then take 3 steps then turn 90 degrees to my left then take 3 steps then turn 90 degrees to my right then take two steps now you’re in my bedroom.

  9. TASK 1- Starting at the letter box I took 18 steps down the path to the front steps. Then I took 2 steps up the stairs onto the veranda. Then I took another 2 across the veranda to the front door step. Next I took one step up through the front door. Next I turned 90 degrees to the right. I walked 6 steps through the hallway then turned 90 degrees to the left into my bedroom.

    TASK 2-
    The square tiles in the kitchen have lines between them.
    The kitchen blinds have lines going up and down.
    The grill on our stove has lines going across.
    The racks in our oven.
    The floorboards are parallel lines.
    The frames on the windows.
    The loom for our bands have parallel lines.
    Our staircase has lots of parallel lines.
    Our laundry basket and clothes horse are made up of parallel lines.
    My brothers bed has parallel lines on the front and back.
    The cupboard doors have panels that are parallel.
    Our walls have wooden panelling that are straight lines..

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