I am In Room 11 and my teacher is Mrs Ramkolowan

Thursday, 26 June 2014

I want to be a millionaire

Walt: Write in paragraphs.

If I win the lotto I might get one million dollars. I would do a lot of things with a million dollars. First I will pay for all the bills and then I would want to buy two big cars for my family too. I would also like to buy food for my family so that they won’t be hungry. I would like to take them to a restaurant in the weekends and to take them somewhere special when its their birthday.

I wanted to be a millionaire because I can travel around the world with my family and to buy a big house for my family to live in. The kind of house I would want will be made out of wood and will be as big as a mansion. I want to live in a America and to be neighbours with my uncle, Auntie and cousins. The state I would like to live in would be Anaheim, California.

I would also want to be a millionaire because I want to go to Disney land and to go to a good school and get good education. When I get older I will want to go to college and then when I finish from college I will go to university. When I finish from university I will look for a good work to work for.

I want to be a millionaire because I would like to be is to be a house painter like my dad. I would want to be a painter because every time my dad comes home he gets two thousand dollars. MY dad get two thousand dollars because he paints and builds.     

Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Do you have enough money


This game was about money. You had to count how much of money you had and to see if you had the right amount. This game was very easy for me to play because I knew how to count money. The score I got was 16. The next thing I like to learn is prime numbers.

Tuesday, 24 June 2014

Decimals and Fractions


This game was about decimals and fractions. When I first started playing this game I didn't understand it and then when I was playing it for a while I knew how to play it. I got up to level 5. The next thing I like to learn is prime numbers.

Monday, 23 June 2014

Nouns, Verbs and Adjectives

For this game you had to choose a noun, verb and a adjective. It was very fun. First you have to choose a noun. The noun I chose was the boy. The next thing you choose is a adjective. The adjective I chose was an angry boy. After you choose a adjective you choose a verb. The verb I chose was running. Noun means a thing or a place. An adjective is when you name something

and lastly a verb is a doing thing.

Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Round Off To The Nearest Ten Cents


This game was very easy for me because I knew how to round off numbers. The score I got was 106. I got a gold metal. I mastered all the examples that this game gave me. I think that this game should of game me hard examples to do. The next thing I like to learn is, what is prime numbers?

Monday, 16 June 2014

Jump Rope For Heart 2

This is our group performing for jump rope for heart. This is a picture of us doing our last performance. In my group is Wesley, Viliami and I. When we finished skipping we walked back to school.

Friday, 13 June 2014

Jump Rope For Heart

This is some of the children in our class dancing to I'm a believer. That was the last performance for our class. The children that were dancing were Wesley, Robin, Mele, Camille and Shanelle.

Monday, 9 June 2014

Dental Presentations

The new thing I learned when Mrs Walbridge came was when you smoke our teeth turns blackish brown and it also causes cancer. I also didn't know that when you still have baby teeth and the permanent teeth grows it becomes crooked. It was amazing when Mrs Walbridge said when your tooth comes out you can put it back in, but before you put it in you run it under water. I also didn't know that if you run out of floss you can use a nylon bag that holds the oranges.

All the questions that our class and room 12 came up were interesting.
I am going to tell my parents to buy healthy food and to also tell my parents to use the bag that holds the orange as a floss instead of buying it.

Friday, 6 June 2014

Division Game

This game was about testing our division. It was very easy for me to play because I knew my times tables very well. The score I got was 5 out of 5. You had to choose easy, hard or very hard. I started from easy and then got to very hard. The next thing I like to learn is prime numbers.

Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Tooth Traditions From Around The World

Many people around the world do different stuff with their teeth. Like Japanese throw it on the roof and Argentina’s put it into a glass so a rat can come and get it. I am going to tell what these countries do with their teeth.

In Afghanistan when a child’s tooth comes out they throw it into a mouse hole or rat hole. The Afghanistan's throw their teeth  into the hole because they want their other tooth to grow strong and healthy and white so when they eat stuff it won’t hurt.

In Argentina they put their teeth into a glass of water at night time while they are sleeping. Then a little mouse will go and drink the water and take the tooth. After that the mouse will leave candy or coins inside the cup.

Sometimes children in Brazil throw their teeth out onto the streets. Then they ask the birds to come take it and when they take the tooth they will bring a new one. The birds will only take the tooth if it has no cavities.

Egyptian children wrap their teeth in a tissue and take it outside. Then they throw it at the sun and asking them to take their buffalo tooth and bring them back a nice tooth. So when they smile it will look white and will be strong .

At my house we put it under our pillow when we go to sleep. When we wake up in the morning we find a bucket of lollies or $20. Sometimes my brothers think it was the tooth fairy. When I tell them it wasn’t the tooth fairy then they say it was our mum.

I think people should still do what they do with their teeth in their country because it is amazing. I didn’t know that when Indonesia's throw their teeth straight on their roof it will be straight and if they throw it crooked the their teeth will be crooked.

Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Comprehension Test

For this game we had to choose an answer. This game was very easy for me because I got 5 out of 5 right. If you wanted to get it all right then you had to read the paragraph that is on top the five answers. This game was testing my comprehension. I finished this game in 41 seconds and the score I got was 50. The next thing I would like to learn is where to put my commas.