Here are two catalogues for the maths investigation. Click on the links and find different items to subtract from your money amount.
http://www.rebelsport.com.au/catalogue#view=catalogue2&saleId=21062&page=1
Here are two catalogues for the maths investigation. Click on the links and find different items to subtract from your money amount.
http://www.rebelsport.com.au/catalogue#view=catalogue2&saleId=21062&page=1
Today 3/4A you will complete the capacity task that 3/4J shared at assembly. You will pretend to be Witches and Wizards and will invent a magic potion. You have strict instructions from the head witch (aka Mrs Smythe), that your potion can only be 600 millilitres. You must think of 6 different ingredients to put into your potion. Unfortunately, if one of those ingredients is 100 millilitres the potion will explode. If you use more than 6 ingredients or if your ingredients don’t add to 600 millilitres the potion will also explode.
Instructions
An adult is expected to drink 8 cups of water every day. We know there are 250mL in one cup.
Your challenge is to try and work out the following…
a) How much water (milliliters or liters) should an adult drink every day?
b) How much water (milliliters or liters) should an adult drink every week?
Today 3/4A we are going to learn about measuring using cm’s. We are going to create a city. You will work with a partner to build your city. You will need to follow the direction carefully and record your information precisely
Today you are going to begin a Maths Investigation about money. You are going to use the images of the catalogue to find Christmas presents for 4 people. You will be buying for a girl aged 10, a boy aged 15, an adult female, an adult male and yourself. You will be allowed to spend up to $200 on each person and must buy at least 3 things for each person.
Success Criteria:
3/4A today you will be given a Maths investigation that you will really love. Here is your scenario:
It is time to go Christmas shopping. You will be:
Here are the websites you must use to go shopping:
We are conducting a maths investigation to find out how much water is wasted when people brush their teeth. To complete this investigation we will need to use multiplication and understand capacity and how to convert mL to litres.
Step 1: Estimate how much water is wasted when:
a) A person brushes their teeth and does not leave the tap running.
b) A person brushes their teeth and does leave the tap running.
Step 2: Conduct the experiment for both a & b and record the results.
Step 3: Using multiplication, work out how much water is wasted in 1 day, 1 week and 1 year both a & b.
Step 4: Record your results in a table.
Step 5: Present your data in a comparative line graph.
Step 6: Publish your work with a results and conclusion about the investigation.