Tuesday, 28 June 2016

Friday, 24 June 2016

jonathan and troy maths

its is cool to count in 10 and 5 and 2  keep counting them because you will
be good at maths

Friday, 10 June 2016


Your or You’re
Complete the following by using the correct word:

  • Please tell ____________your _____________ friends that we will be leaving soon.
  •  Did you tell _____________your ____________ parents where _____________you’re______ going to after dinner?

  • How long will it take for _________your____________ clothes to dry?

  • When I said my speech, __________your __________ friends were smiling at me.

  •  Take the dog for a walk when ___________your _____________ done doing the dishes.

  • When the clothes are dry, it’s ___________your __________ turn to put them away.

  • Why is _______________your ___________ face so red?

  • When ____________you’re _______________ finished running the race, I’ll have cold water waiting for you.

  • Did you brush ____________your _________ teeth today?

  • Did you find out where ________your_________________ brother went?

  • How come ______you’re______________ going to bed so early?

  • Where did you put _________your _____________ back pack?

  • If ______you’re ________________ going to be running late, let me know.

  • How would you like to go to ____your ________________ cousins this weekend?

  • Where are you and _____________your ____________ friends going?

  • I think ________________your ___________ going to need to apologize to her.

  • I know __________________you’re _______ going to enjoy the movie.
  • _______________your _________ going to have to clean _________your_____________ room before we go shopping.

  • If __________________you’re____________ going outside, be sure to dress warmly.

  • Where did you put ________________your___________ books?

  • ______________you’re____________ the best player on the team.

  • Did you finish writing ______your________________ speech?

  • Where did ____________your___________ parents go for their vacation?

  • Aren’t ________your _________________ friends coming over soon?

  • How many days is it until ________your _____________ birthday?

  • Are all of _______your ______

  • Your  friends coming to _____your   ____________ party?

  • Where does __________your ____________ father work?

  • Is chocolate ________your ________________ favorite kind of ice cream?

  • How come ________________you’re_________ not coming with us?

  • Is ____________your______ friend coming over after school?

  • If _____________your _____not feeling well, perhaps you should call ________your____ mom.

  • When you finish _____your__________________ homework, _____________your_______ friends are welcome to come over.

  • Where did you put ______your__________________ phone?

  • ________your _______________________ finished ___________your____________ homework already?

  • How come ________you’re____________________ feeling unhappy?

  • I like the way ______your ________________________ behaving.

  • I think _________your _________________ going to have to wait until the bus comes.

  • We will go out when ______your ___________________ sister gets home

  • How much money is in _____your________________ wallet?

  • ___________________your_______ a great ball player!


we laern about subtaction 

Friday, 3 June 2016

we lern about the soman words  unmber  nin soman

soman words and soman Number

we  learn about soman and it maden by ta'nai and jonathan

Thursday, 2 June 2016

jonatha and Lim and fatongia wrtie

Information Report on Sharks
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Opinion:Have a few predators

Have few predators

Appearance (Looks):
Great white sharks are the largest predatory fish found in the world. They usually reach an average length of 15 feet and are known for their slate-gray upper bodies and white underbellies. Great whites have up to 300 serrated triangular teeth and a torpedo-shaped body.
Tiger sharks can be as long as 16 feet and are characterized by their body's dark stripes
that resemble the pattern found on a tiger. The blue shark has an elongated and slender body and long pectoral fins. Its top is dark blue, its sides are a lighter blue, and its underside is white. Blue sharks reach anywhere from 6 to over 10 feet in length;however, females tend to be larger than males

Diet (Food): Meat, Fish,
  • Most species of shark eat things like fish crustaceans, mollusks, plankton, krill, marine mammals and other sharks. Sharks also have a very acute sense of smell that allows them to detect blood in the water from miles away

Habitat (Live):Sharks are able to live in a wide range of water habitats at different water temperatures.  Some sharks live in shallow waters, close to the coast, others live in deep waters, on the ocean floors and in the open ocean.

Interesting Facts:Baby sharks are born with a full set of teeth.  Baby sharks are called pups.

jonathan and Lim and fatongia

LI - To write an information report that informs the reader about
  • Remember the title of your information report needs to let the reader know your topic
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Opening Statement:
  • What is the information report about?
  • Is your animal known by another name (for example, the scientific name)?
  • What is an interesting fact about your topic?
Have few predators
Paragraph 1
  • 2-3 sentences about what your animal looks like.
Try to include an interesting fact.
Paragraph 2
  • 2-3 sentences about what your animal eats.
  • Try to include brackets () to explain something in greater detail.
  • Most species of shark eat things like fish crustaceans, mollusks, plankton, krill, marine mammals and other sharks. Sharks also have a very acute sense of smell that allows them to detect blood in the water from miles away

  • Great White sharks are carnivorous, preying on nearly any fish in the ocean, though fat rich animals are preferred. Juvenile (before 15 years of age) sharks often hunt and eat small fish, as the cartilage in their jaws has not mineralized enough to withstand the force needed for a stronger bite. Older sharks are able to hunt larger prey, such as elephant seals, sunfish and even whales. Many juvenile Great Whites have been discovered to have inedible materials in their stomachs, including beer cans, license plates and shoes.
Paragraph 3
  • 2-3 sentences about where your animal lives.
  • Try to include a rhetorical question to make your reader think.
The Great White’s distribution is widespread, being found in every ocean and sea across the world. They are most commonly found as far north as the Upper Atlantic and Pacific, just south of Arctic waters and as far south as the southern tip of Australia. The Great White is considered native to the Mediterranean states, United States, sub-Saharan coastal states, South America and the Australian states. Most sharks stay close to coastal shelves, preferring to hunt just off the coastline, though some have been detected to swim in the deep ocean.
Paragraph 4
Other (Your choice)
  • 2-3 sentences that tell some of the interesting facts you have found out about.
  • Beginning one sentence with a hook is your challenge here.
Sharks do not have a single bone in their bodies. Instead they have a skeleton made up of cartilage; the same type of tough, flexible tissue that makes up human ears and noses.

  • A sentence that ends your report with one of your most interesting facts
Shrak are cool and  have long teeth.