Day Maths Extension Maths 
Monday Tally Charts and Simple pictographs Line Graphs-with posing questions on bottom Dot Plots  
Tuesday Column/Bar Graphs Posing Questions Pictographs with more than 1 value 
Wednesday Line Graphs-Posing questions Side by side graphs-Nic Screencast 
Thursday Pictographs with more than 1 value Double line graphs 
Friday Dot Plots Stem and leaf plot 
  Challenge: Mean, Median and Mode 

Step 1: Watch the screencast (in a link now) 

Step 2: Complete the 2 tally tasks 

Step 3: Look at the example of a pictograph and then complete the task. 

EXAMPLE: 

How many apples did Jimmy pick on Tuesday?  3 

How many apples did he pick on Friday?  6 

On which day did he pick the most apples? Friday  

How many more did he pick on Monday than on Thursday? 2 more 

On which day did Jimmy pick 2 apples more than on Tuesday? Wednesday 

1. How many students come to school walking? _________________ 

2. How many students come to school by bus? _________________ 

3. How many more students come by car than by bike? _____________ 

4. How many students are there in the class altogether? _______________ 

5. How many students did not come to school by car? _______________ 

1. How many students chose hamburgers? ____________ 

2. How many students wanted the pizza? _____________  

3. How many students did not want the french fries? __________ 

4. How many more students chose for the french fries than for the pizza? __________ 

5. What was the most popular lunch set? _____________ 

6. How many students had lunch? ___________ 

Extension Line Graphs

  1. What was the temperature in November? 
  2. In which two months was the average temperature 11oC? 
  3. During how many months was the average temperature less than 10oC? 
  4. In which month was there no change in temperature from the previous month? 
  5. If I wanted to visit this location when it’s at its warmest, in what months should I visit? 

Extension Dot Plot

The following dot plot shows the height of each toddler at Ms. Cabrera's daycare. 
different toddler. 
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Height (centimeters) 
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  1. What is the most common height of a toddler at the daycare? 
  2. How many children are 83cm tall? 
  3. How tall is the tallest child? 
  4. How many more children are 85cm tall in comparison to 82cm? 
  5. How many children go to the daycare centre? 
Family Size 
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Number of Children in Family
  1. Which amount of children in a family is most common? 
  2. Which is the least common amount of children for a family to have? 
  3. How many more families have 2 children in comparison to 5 children? 
  4. How many more families have 3 children in comparison to 1? 
  5. How many families took part in the survey? 
  6. How many families have between 2 and 4 children? 

Inquiry Reading

Learning Intentions: To learn about the changes in state when exposed to heating or cooling.    

Success Criteria: I can name some of the ways to change the state of a substance.  

         I can use some common terms for changes, such as condensation, melting and freezing.  

         I can explain how heating or cooling can affect the state of a substances.  

Task Instructions:  

Step 1: Watch this video to see how changes in states of matter can happen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYU7RSoOZ0U 

Step 2: Read the information below. 

Step 3: Fill in the missing words to complete each of the sentences.  

Step 4: EXTENSION – Complete the second page. 

Writing

TASK 1: Use the pictures above to help you brainstorm arguments for and against the issue “Should Primary School Students Have to Wear School Uniform?”. Use the table below to list your arguments in your own OneNote (Remote Learning-Writing-Week 4-Monday)  

FOR  AGAINST 
  
  
  
  
  

STATISTICS:  

Statistics  - statistics are facts that include numbers. Use a statistic in your example and supporting details.  

Firstly, everyone should own a dog because they need exercise.  For instance, if you have a dog you will have to walk your dog every day, which means that you will be even healthier. Dog owners walk an average of  300 minutes per week, while non-dog owners walk an average of 168 minutes.  

Task 2: Find at least one of the statistics below that matches one of your arguments from last week’s persuasive and add it in. (Feel free to change the wording) 

  • 61% of Australian households own pets.  
  • Dog owners walk an average of 300 minutes per week, while non-dog owners walk an average of 168 minutes. 
  •  Pet owners are 34% more likely to fit in exercise than non-pet owners. 
  • Australian households spend over $13billion dollars on pets. 
  • The average pet costs $13,000 over the course of its lifetime. 
  • 98% of pet owners consider their pet to be a member of the family. 
  • 74% of pet owners reported mental health improvements from owning a pet. 
  • Pet owners are 60% more likely than non-pet owners to get to know new people in their neighbourhoods. 
  • 72% of pet owners believe that their pets can understand them like no human could. 
  • Only 50% of pet owners admit they regularly walk their dogs 
  • 78% of people that don’t have pets say that is because they do not have the time to look after them 
  • The RSPCA cares for 135,000 animals a year 

Inquiry Investigation

Learning Intentions: To learn about the changes in state when exposed to heating or cooling.    

Success Criteria: I can name some of the ways to change the state of a substance.  

         I can use some common terms for changes, such as condensation, melting and freezing.  

         I can explain how heating or cooling can affect the state of a substances.  

Task instructions:  

Step 1: Play each of the interactive activities by clicking on the links. 

Step 2: Answer the questions below. (You can re-watch this video to help if necessary – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYU7RSoOZ0U

  1. https://education.jlab.org/sciencecrossword/matter_01.html 
  2. https://www.sciencekids.co.nz/gamesactivities/statematerials.html 
  3. https://www.turtlediary.com/game/changes-in-states-of-matter.html 
  4. https://www.learninggamesforkids.com/changes-in-matter-games.html 
  5. http://phet.colorado.edu/sims/html/states-of-matter/latest/states-of-matter_en.html 

Questions: 

  1. How does heating affect the atoms/particles in matter? 
  2. How does cooling affect the atoms/particles in matter?