Kou: I can put this here. Throw the ball and 60 plus 10 equals 70 and if you say 70 then you get something. Boy is this one and the girl is this one. Wait, where is the ball?
Stand here. 10.
Ben: 10, 10.
Ben: Well it’s in between the 10 and 160.
Andy: Go here?
Andy: 120 and 150.
Kou: Okay, Anri.
Andy: Here Anri.
Kou: And you can go again.
Kou: 10 and 10 equals 20.
Kou: 170 plus 10.
Andy: That’s 180.
Kou: Write here plus. Plus these two numbers.
Charlie: 120. 90.
Ben: So 210.
Charlie: Hyuga’s turn.
Kou: Stand here.
Yuuki: First row?
Ben: Yes first row.
Kou: 150. Equals?
Kou: 90, and…
Kou: 40 and 90
Justin: 100 and 100.
Ben: No 150.
Kou: and 10
Kou: 50 and … 10, equals 60
Kou: Here, here.
Kou: 70 and 150…
Kou: 160 and 190
Kou: 190 and…
Kou: 180, equals 370
Charlie: Cooking uses math. Ingredients are measured for the correct volume. Ingredients are added together. Sometimes ingredients are subtracted from the recipe if you don’t like it.
Everyone please sit in a circle. So I'm going to pass this around. And the yellow rectangle is the box that you need.So I’m going to go this way.
Olivia: Read it?
Charlie: No, just have a look.
Does anyone know what that is?
Irfan: My mom made that.
Charlie: When everyone is done looking I’m going to give everyone a a cookie, but you need to each go to a table.
Amelia: Do you want everyone who has looked to go to a table?
Charlie: Ah, yes. Anyone who has already looked, can you please go to a table now.
Yuuki: Do we need a tissue?
Charlie: Everyone can you please take a tissue so the tables do not get dirty during math time?
Hershey’s Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookies
2 1/4 cups all purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup butter, softened
3/4 cups granulated light brown sugar
Andy: This game is called Ten & a Half. Two players or. More can play. 1-10 points, JQK .5 points, joker any points from 1-10. Add the points on the cards you draw to make the sum closes to 10.5 but do not explode (more than 10.5).
The player whose points are most close to 10.5 win the round and get all the cards.
At last, count the number of cards of each player. The winner is the one with the most cards.
Andy: Ben and Ray will show you how to play. So everyone move back.
Ben, draw a card.
Ben: Can I look at the card.
Andy: If it’s close to 10 and a half, you can say stop.
Andy: Then you can draw.
Andy: Oh, now you guys all exploded. Okay, let me see. It should be as close to 10 and a half as you can.
Ben: Why is it all puppy dogs?
Olivia: That’s a character in a movie.
Andy: Because these are the only cards we have. But we have another one that is a bit old that’s Hello Kitty. Someone gave it to us.
Irfan: I have that game too.
Ben: Yes, there are lots of different games you can play with cards.
Charlie: I don’t understand. How does somebody win?Andy: The person with the most cards win.
Amelia: I like the way you spoke.
Ben: This is my Star War’s workbook. This is one of them. There is all of these. It’s my brother’s grade. Add or subtract. Colour the two cards on this page that have matching answers. Oh, I like this page. Read each word problem. Decide if you need to add or subtract. Mace Windu wants to give a lightsaber to every Pandawan. If he has 30 lightsabers and there are 46 Padawans, how many light sabers does he need?
Ben: Han Solo read 25 pages of his book yesterday. He read 18 pages today. How many pages did he read in all?Ray: 43
Hyuga: Get on the scale. Tell me your weight in kg, kilograms.
Ben: Do you want them to make a line?
Andy: So we have to estimate? Okay. I think the rabbit is 3kg.
Olivia: Or maybe 4.
Charlie: I think 5.
Ben: I think the elephant is about 40kg.
Ray: Maybe 36kg.
Charlie: I think it would be much, much more. Like maybe 1 billion kg.
Andy: Oh. Everybody was way off with their estimates for the elephant.
Anri: There are 6 cookies in a jar and three people so 2 cookies each.
Yuuki: Did you make the cookies?
Anri: I just bought them.
Amelia: Good afternoon everyone. Today I would like to show you weighing and measuring. Sometimes when we have to do weighing, we use this scale. When we put something in it, it moves to a number. And we need the recipe books so we know what we need to bake. In this recipe, we have to put butter in here and measure it to the correct number. And sometimes when we need to measure milk and stuff we can measure it in this jug. It has numbers on the inside and the outside. And sometimes we need to measure with teaspoons or tablespoons. And it says how much in here. And when we look on the spoons, the spoons have different numbers and whether it is a tablespoon or a teaspoon. In this recipe, one tablespoon of gold syrup and this one is 1 tablespoon so you would have to use this one. All of the different recipes have different things that we need to put in. Any questions?
We watched a video today on plastic in the ocean. We were sad to see all of the plastic in the ocean and the effect it is having on fish, marine animals, birds and even us.
We wanted to help. One way we will be helping is by collecting 500ml plastic bottles with lids for the Ground Up Initiative. If you have any at home, please send them in!
We brought in baby photos from home and have been trying to guess who they belong to this week. We tried to use our detective skills and carefully observe the photos to determine who they might be of.