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2020-10-28 15:02:18 | 2020

In Maths class 6C learned how to calculate the area of a circle.

We learned that we can change the shape of a circle into a parallelogram to think about the area of the circle.

We know that the area of a parallelogram is base x height.

If we change the circle into a parallelogram then the height is the radius of the circle, and the base is half the circumference.

From this we can see that the area of a circle is radius x radius x 3.14

We asked different students what they thought about learning the area of a circle.

Here are their answers:

A: I thought it was funny that the number for 3.14 will never end.

A2: It was very interesting, and a little bit difficult.

A3: I want to learn more about circles.

A4: It was too easy!

 

Blog post written and published by Grade 5 and 6 students in Futaba Blog committee.

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The first year of Maths Power Up

2020-10-13 12:17:29 | 2020

From this year we have started doing a 'Maths Power Up' lesson.

The reason we started this is because we want to have fun with Maths, and get better at it.

We studied in our own classrooms.

This year Grade 4, 5 and 6 did this Maths Power Up lesson.

We played a game where we guessed what colour and what shapes we had stcked the blocks.

Earlier we played a code-breaking game about guessing combinations of colours.

^This is a photo of Grade 5 trying to guess what shape blocks are in the box. They are thinking together in a team.

^Grade 4 are working what what the code is.

We asked to a teacher "What was your feeling in Maths Power up?"

He answered "I liked it because it was fun to play games and learn at the same time".

 

We asked a student "Was it good to do this?"

Then she said "Yes! I think I got better at Math and could have a lot of fun".

 

We think that 'Maths Power Up' was fun and very interesting. For us, it was a good idea to start this.

We want to have this class more and get better at Maths.

 

Blog post written and published by Grade 5 and 6 students from Futaba Blog committee.

 

 

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Splash! Splash! Pool Party

2020-08-27 08:26:56 | 2020

On the 31st July Grade 6 and Grade 1 had a pool part together on the playground.

The was done for Life Skills class in Grade 1.

The Grade 6 students learned how to teach things to little kids.

For Grade 1 they learned how to listen to people, and how to play safely during the summer holidays.

^Grade 6 and Grade 1 sitting toegther and learning how to play Drip, Drip, Splash!

Interview with Grade 6:

Q1) Was it fun teaching Grade 1? Why?

A1) Yes, It was fun because we could speak English together.

Q2) Did you make a stronger friendship with you Grade 1 partner?

A2) Yes! I could make our friendship stronger by doing lots of things we wanted to do together.

 

 

We think this was a very fun activity!

We want to do it next year too. We hope that Grade 1 had lots of fun at the pool party.

 

Blog post written and published by Grade 5 and 6 students in Futaba Blog committee.

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Do your best Grade 5 & 6!!

2019-12-10 15:53:23 | 2019

On 7th November we had an English Speech Contest at Futaba.

There were representatives from Grade 5 up to Junior High School Grade 2.

Two students were picked from each class.

First, everybody practiced in English class.

^My friend is doing her speech, and everybody is looking at her!

Students in Grade 5 were excited to make props.

All our classmates tried their best.

Grade 5 Futaba Course did 'The Dinosaur Chant', and Grade 6 Futaba Course did 'Our School Crest'.

The students from the Gc Course read a speech which they made by themselves.

^Grade 6 doing their speech. At the back the Grade 6s are sitting beautifully!

We thought our speech contest was very enjoyable.

 

Blog post written and published by Grade 5 and 6 students in Futaba Blog Committee.

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Christmas is coming! Practice makes perfect.

2019-12-02 09:56:10 | 2019

Grade 4 and 5 are practicing their performance for the Christmas concert in the music room at morning recess and lunch-time.

The Christmas concert is coming soon!

Students auditioned for the special instruments. About 40 people did the audition and just 7 people were chosen.

They are practicing almost every day.

 

^Here are girls playing instruments in the music room.

Even the people who are not playng special instruments are practicing with the music teacher.

Everyone is practicing hard, so please come to see us play!

^These girls are having fun practicing for the concert.

We interviewed a Grade 5 girl about her practice.

Q: How often do you go to the music room for practice?

A: I go every day, at lunchtime and in the morning.

Q: Is it fun practicing? Why?

A: Yes, because this year we are using the big instruments and last year I just used pianica.

 

Blog post written and published by Grade 5 and 6 students in Futaba blog committee.

 

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