We had to make a grid of nine squares, and then fill them with numbers, to reach a total of 999. There were 180 solutions and we had to find all of them. Then we had to write them on the board. I noticed the nine could not go in the hundreds column. We could carry the one to another column but if the hundreds had a one we couldn’t carry that.
my passion project is drawing my sister a nice picture.
my passion project will be how to make a lego robot.
This is my RVE blog post about japan.
• All people in japan are human beings
• People in japan play video games
• People in japan eat seafood
• The Japanese flag has red in it like ours
There are a lot more similarities that I can think of but then the list would be waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay to long.
• The school hours are longer
• Employed people in Japan work an average of 1735 hours each year while people in Australia work an average of 1675 hours
Kerin was a fictional character who becomes addicted to video games. all his friends soon abandon him because they were simply too bored. then he drops out of school and doesn’t wash or brush his teeth. later he goes to an addiction clinic and his problem is solved.
we are meant to write a blog post about obsession with electronic devices.
I like this comic because it’s funny.
it means that she is frustrated with him because he is paying attention to his phone instead of her.
in project maths we did project called “win at the fair” we played our boards 1000 times and had to profit $300 or more.
netiquette = nice on the internet