Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Pāngarau - Ngā Hautau! Fractions!

Tēnā koutou katoa. Welcome to our Blogpost and Rūma 4s fractions. 

We did a wero (challenge) about ngā haurau (fractions). We had to work out what 1/2 was. We had to figure out the meaning of a 1/2 and 1/4. We had to fold pieces of paper, pour some water, and figure out halves of porowhita (circle), block towers, and shapes. We had to fill up half of a box, count fake money, and cut play-dough in half. We had to be problem solvers and critical thinkers while we were doing the wero. 

Here are some photos down below of us doing our wero. Thank you for coming to look at Rūma 4s fractions. Please give us some whakaaro (ideas). Ka Kite.











10 comments:

  1. i can see Roy Jack Mikaere Yazmin Carez Te taonga savahnhma you bid fangt ae it is ol rat faya

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    1. Kia ora April. What did yo think of this mahi? :-)

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  2. tetaonga and savannahAugust 3, 2018 at 2:21 PM

    It was fun doing the challenge we had so much fun from tetaonga and savannah :-)

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    1. Ngā mihi Te Taonga kōrua ko Savannah, he pai te mahi ki ahau hoki! I am glad you had fun. :-)

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  3. Kia ora ruma wha he pai ki ahau the way use were focus on your halves that was for your pangarua. He tino pai that you guys were working to gether. But I hope you guys could do some quarters.

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    1. Ngā mihi mō ōu whakaaro Shaun! I hope you are enjoying learning about 1/3s, 1/4s and 1/5s. :-)

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  4. He pai ki ahau how almost everyone worked together kia kaha to all the people who did'nt ka kite From Marino raua ko nartieau

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    1. Kia ora kōrua! Kei te tika koe, I think people did work really well together. :-)

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  5. Hi Marino and Nateiou he pai ki ahau that you guys know what to do. From Arabella

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    1. Kia ora Arabella, ngā mihi mō tō arotakenga. :-)

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