Tuesday, 2 August 2016

Geometry

This week for Maths Mrs Jones' groups have been learning about reflection, rotation, and translation, or in simple terms flipping, turning and sliding shapes.
After we did some learning on Monday we were given the challenge to create something to share with others to show our learning. We could choose to create anything - a Google Drawing, a Google Presentation, a dance to be videoed, make a book, etc.  
We then had some time to get busy and "create" over the rest of Monday and Tuesday's Maths sessions.
These are our finished results - we hope you enjoy learning about how shapes can be flipped, slid and turned.




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9 comments:

  1. Te mutunga mai o te pai -Ultimately awesome! What a great example of Learn Create Share in the Middle Learning Community. Very impressive, I hope you share this post with your parents and whanau because it is great to see your learning.

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  2. Turn, Flip and Slide! Wow watching your videos taught me what those words mean. Very creative slides and raps.

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  3. Thank you for this. I loved the way you taught this.

    Mrs Burt
    Manaiakalani

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  4. Tumeke! Thank you for sharing your creativity with math - flip, turn and slide. I really like the way you have all chosen to present your work in different ways and are sharing your learning on your syndicate blog. That means that people like me, who live in Whangarei, can see your work! I this this is an amazing example of Learn, Create, Share in Math and I am going to share your work on our Manaiakalani Outreach blog for other teachers and students to learn from. You have all been very inspiring and had a lot of fun with math!
    Tania

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  5. Very creative learning, we enjoyed all the clips. Well done South Hornby Middle Learning Community. Kerryn

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  6. To Dylan & Jimi
    I liked how you put those cool backgrounds. I liked how you explained how slide goes up and down. You need to work on your capital letters. St Bernadette’s School, Room1

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  7. Hi there, my name is Tom and I am a student in room Wahi ako at Hornby Primary School. I really like the father truck and the zombie truck. It made me think of I was going to explode. Have you thought about the chocolate game. If you would like to see my learning, my blog is https://sites.google.com/a/hornbyprimary.school.nz/hps-room-1-and-2/home

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  8. Hi there, my name is Bailey and I am a student in Room Wahi Ako at Hornby Primary School. I really like that you didn’t forget capital letters and full stops in your sentences. It made me think of how good you are at spelling and writing. Have you thought about making another blog post? If you would like to see my learning, my blog is http://hornbyprimary-wahiako.blogspot.co.nz/blogspot.co.nz.

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  9. Kia ora koutou
    I loved seeing the different ways you have been creative to show and share your learning. I particularly enjoyed the singing and dancing clips. It is great to have opportunities for all of us to learn in different ways.
    Very cool to see. Thanks for sharing.

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