spelling week 5 term 3

 

Abysmal

Bureau

Altitude

Anticyclones

Barometer

Blustery

Climatic

Cumulus

Electrocution

Deciduous

Activity 1: suffixes the suffixes “–ic” and ical change nouns to adjectives. Rewrite each word below, adding “-ic” or “-ical”  change or drop letters where necessary

 Cyclone Cyclonical
Cylinder Cylindrical
Cycle Cyclical
Hero Heroic
History historical
Magic Magical
Music Musical
poetry Poetic

spelling week5 term 3

 

Visualize

Verify

Phenomenon

Geographical

Authorities

Interconnected

Collides

Precipitation

Conglomeration

transformation

 

Activities:

1. Please copy your list words three times into your homework book.

1. Choose four list words. Write each word in a sentence to indicate you have a

good understanding of the word.

  • Visualize- if you visualize while reading you get a better understanding.
  • When two cars collide it can cause injuries
  • The authorities are people like the police and fire brigade
  • A geographical landmark is the pyramids and the grand canyon.

 

7. Suffixes: Write the definition of a suffix.

Suffix- a syllable that comes at the end of a word.

Complete the table below with as many suffixes as possible.

able ation ible
Persuadable, comftable, formidable, portable, flamable Excavation, cooperation, hydration, frustration, observation Destructible, impossible, invisible.

maths mate term 3 week 2

question: Carl looked at the page numbers on the open book in front of him. the left and right page numbers added to 333 what were the page numbers?

predict: i think this would be addition

clarify: i had nothing to clarify

the big question: what 2 consecutive numbers equal 333

Solve:

  • first i tried to half 333 but it is a odd number so you couldn’t  so the closest thing you can get is 166 or 167.

so if you add these two numbers you get a total of 333 so that gives you you’re answer.

Summary: i got my prediction correct and i used the find the pattern or a rule technique.

maths mate term 3 week 1

question: the sum of two consecutive numbers is 97 what are the two numbers.

Predict: I thought this would be about addition.

clarify: I had nothing to clarify

the big question: what two consecutive numbers equal 97.

Solve:

  • first  tried to half 97 but you cant do that because it is a odd number.
  • then i got the closest thing to half which was 48 or 49
  • so i decided that one of the numbers had to be those.
  • so i chose 48 and 49  and added that which had the answer of 97.

Summary: I got my prediction correct and i used the can you find a pattern or a rule.

spelling week 3 term 3

 

Spelling words:

Tsunamis

Tornadoes

Monsoons

Volcanoes

Literature

Appreciation

Prejudice

Connotations

Prescriptive

Annotations

Activities:

1. Please copy your list words three times into your homework book.

4. Choose four list words. Write each word in a sentence to indicate you have a

good understanding of the word.

  • Volcanoes can happen all over the world
  • Tsunamis can be caused by earthquakes
  • There were small tornadoes when cyclone Tracy hit
  • Monsoons can be called cyclone

6. Prefixes : Write the definition of a prefix.

Prefix: a syllable placed before a word to change its meaning.

Complete the table below with as many prefixes as possible.

 

 pre hyper trans
 Preheat, predict, precook, precaution,  Hyperactive Transform, transfer, transformation,