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

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

## Extension Dot Plot

- What is the most common height of a toddler at the daycare?
- How many children are 83cm tall?
- How tall is the tallest child?
- How many more children are 85cm tall in comparison to 82cm?
- How many children go to the daycare centre?

- Which amount of children in a family is most common?
- Which is the least common amount of children for a family to have?
- How many more families have 2 children in comparison to 5 children?
- How many more families have 3 children in comparison to 1?
- How many families took part in the survey?
- 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)

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

Questions:

- How does heating affect the atoms/particles in matter?
- How does cooling affect the atoms/particles in matter?