Hi Guys!!

Our first task in HWEO was to make a poster. My groups poster was Money Raised Is a Puppy Saved. Our target audience was people who could afford to save a puppy. Our technics were: Very colourful, lots of pictures and our feeling was happy. We thought that the audience would feel happy looking at the poster but they felt sad. I am curious about advertising I wonder what technics do other advertisers use. I have no more questions.                                                        Here is an other groups picture…

## The Math Buzz!!

Sup Guys,

Blogging is getting really fun now!! Last Friday Mr Brown ( My class teacher ) was not in school because he had to go for a meeting, so we had a substitute teacher. Mr Brown had given us a playlist to do… one of them was to share pictures of our math books, so here it is. Countdown from 1000 is a game where you have some cards and you pick one up you write the number in the Hundred’s place, Ten’s place or the One’s place ( Example: If I pick a 6 if I want I can put it in the Ten’s place. ). ( You use 2 dice to play the game ) You pick three numbers and put it under the 1000, ( you will be playing with a partner ) then you subtract the number, you keep doing this from the number you got from the last problem ( Example: 1000 – 513 = 469, 469 – 72 = 397….) . The objective of the game is to try and get the lowest number as you can. If you get a negative number than your partner wins the game ). If you get a lower number than your partner you win, but if your partner gets a lower number you will be pleading them for a rematch ( If you start crying this is what you should do: ” Cry yourself a river build a bridge and get over it!!!”) at the end it’s just a game. Susie the Snake was the P.O.W ( Problem Of the Week ) ( Which I got right ). And last but not least is Faye’s Nine’s is a problem is where you arrange numbers 1-9 to make 3 three digits to make everything add up to 999 and you have to try and find different types of ways to do it. I have gotten 7 answers by now.

Now enough writing my hands are getting tired… Here are the pictures of my Math book….

## Generate – Sort – Connect – Elaborate

Hey Everyone!!

Sometime back we made a ” Scientific Inquiry” chart. We basically wrote down what we thought was Scientific Inquiry is, some of the things we wrote were… Albert Einstein, equations, Collecting  Data, Asking Questions, Forces and Motion, etc… Then we connected the scientific people to what scientific things they do, like Albert Einstein did math, Isac Newton did Science and etc. This is are chart I made with my friends…