Statistics – Tally marks
I am learning to record and analyse a tally graph of minibeasts.
I know I can do it when I have drawn and answered questions about my tally graph.
Yesterday you went on a mini-beast hunt for Integrated Studies. You explored outdoors to see if you could spot the following types of mini-beasts; bees, butterflies, snails, spiders and other.
You recorded your findings in a tally graph.
Using the tally graph that you created yesterday answer the following questions and record them underneath your graph.
- What was the most popular mini beast you found?
- Were there any mini beasts that you didn’t see and record, if so, what?
- How many bees did you find?
- How many mini beasts did you find altogether?
Informative Texts – Creating a Poster
I am learning to find facts and information about something that I’d like to know more about.
I know I can do it when I have identified some facts about a topic of my choice.
This week we have been talking about informative texts. Informative texts are used to share information about particular topics.
Now that we know the difference between FACTS and OPINIONS, we can create our own informative texts.
Today you are going to use the knowledge you have learnt about facts to make a factual poster.
Above is a poster with facts about dogs.
Today you are going to make your own poster with facts about a topic of your choice.
Use a computer, iPad or books that you have at home to research a topic of your choice. Remember to only use FACTS on your poster, not OPINIONS.
Create a poster in your scrapbook or on a piece of poster paper like the one above.
Include at least 3-5 interesting facts.
Choose one of the topics below OR choose one of your own!