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Thursday, 3 June 2021

Maths Task Wk5 Term 2

Statue Of Liberty

 The Statue of Liberty

Highlight the correct answers or write down the correct answer.


1. What is the official name for the Statue of Liberty?


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2. In what year was the statue finally completed and dedicated?


a) 1875 b) 1878

c) 1885 d) 1886


3. Who came up with the idea of the statue?


a) Frederic Bartholdi b) Edouard de Laboulaye

c) Leonardi DaVinci d) Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni


4. Where does the Statue of Liberty reside?


a) New Orleans b) New York

c) France d) Italy


5. Edouard de Laboulaye was an...


a) Activity Director b) Architect

c) Activist d) Avid protector


6. How many years was the statue closed because of attacks?


a) 1 year b) 4 years

c) 2 years d) 3 years


7. How can tourists see the Statue of Liberty?


→by a ferry or a boat


8. What did the Statue of Liberty represent?


→it was a friend ship sign for french and america


The Statue Of Liberty

 The Statue of Liberty

Highlight the correct answers or write down the correct answer.


1. What is the official name for the Statue of Liberty?


→ 


2. In what year was the statue finally completed and dedicated?


a) 1875 b) 1878

c) 1885 d) 1886


3. Who came up with the idea of the statue?


a) Frederic Bartholdi b) Edouard de Laboulaye

c) Leonardi DaVinci d) Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni


4. Where does the Statue of Liberty reside?


a) New Orleans b) New York

c) France d) Italy


5. Edouard de Laboulaye was an...


a) Activity Director b) Architect

c) Activist d) Avid protector


6. How many years was the statue closed because of attacks?


a) 1 year b) 4 years

c) 2 years d) 3 years


7. How can tourists see the Statue of Liberty?


→by a ferry or a boat


8. What did the Statue of Liberty represent?


→it was a friend ship sign for french and america


Kate Sheppard Response Text

Kate Sheppard




- A Woman On A Mission


Kate Sheppard was a New Zealand activist, and one of the most 

important figures in our history. 

She was a leader in the struggle to make New Zealand the first country in the world to grant women the right to vote.


  1. When and where was Kate Sheppard born?

Kate sheppard was born in 10 of march 1847 and she was born in liverpool uk

  1. How old was Sheppard when she moved to New Zealand?


  1. What was something that Sheppard believed women should actively be able to do?


  1. What does NCW stand for?


  1. What were 3 actions that Sheppard took as leader of the NCW to get women their right to vote? 

    1.  

    2.  

    3.  


  1.  What do you think was her greatest achievement?


  1. Why do you think this was so important?




Life Wasting Potion Response to text

 The Life-Wasting PotionPotion for Dreamless Sleep | Harry Potter Wiki | Fandom

Instructions: 

Highlight the correct answer for each question.


Questions:


1. At first, the dark witches were furious because they:

a) wanted to create a potion                                       b) were witches

 c) knew everyone was strong and healthy              d) loved to exercise


2. What is another name for potion?

a) elixir                b) mixture

c) concoction     d) all of the above.


3.The worst of all the witches was 

  1. Doughface b) Cruella

      c)   Sour Lolly                     d) Sourface

 

4. What happened to the witches when their spell was cast wrong? 

Answer:  


5. What does the word ‘microscopic’ mean?

  1. a Microwave          b) a very small object that can only be seen with a microscope

      c)  a small animal                d) a microphone

6.. What were the effects of the potion? 

  1. Kids had more energy   b) kids liked to eat more vegetables

      c) Kids ate more junk food and stayed home d) Nothing happened


7. What does the word ‘contagious’ mean? 

  1. Having lots of germs                           b) can spread from one person to another

      c)   a large container                                    d) a type of vegetable


8. What was the best cure for the disease? 

  1.  To get vaccinated           b) To eat chocolate

      c)     To exercise less                           d) to live a healthy, joyful, happy life


9. What was the name of the Doctor? 

a) Dr Goodwin                                       b) Dr Fritton H

c) Dr Fitton-Healthy                                 d) Dr Fitton - Heart



The Asia Facts


Toa Response to Text

 

Māui and the Sun

Instructions: 

Highlight the correct answer for each question.

Write an answer if required


Questions:


1. What was the reason Māui’s brothers gave about the sunlight?

Answer: Because they didn’t have enough time in the day to hunt or gather food


2. When Māui said he could tame the sun what did his brothers do at his announcement?

      a) They applauded him b) They patted him on the back 

      c) They gave him a cake d) They laughed at him 


3.What did Māui instruct his brothers whanau to collect?

  1. Kina b) Hay

      c)  Harakeke d) Ropes

 

4. Describe what Māui did with the harakeke:

Answer:  He taught them to weave harakeke into ropes


5. Where did Māui and his brothers hide waiting for the sun to awaken?

  1. In caves and behind trees b) Under trees

      c)  In the lake d) In caves

6. What is the Māori name for the sun?

Answer: Tamanuitera


7. What did Māui use to attack the sun?

  1. His hook b) His magical jaw bone

      c) His brothers d) Harakeke


8) Describe the argument between Tamanuiterā and Māui:

Answer: He argued that Tamanuitera was travelling across the sky too quickly so they couldn’t hunt


9) How did Māui’s brothers smile?

       a) with pride b) with jealousy 

       c) with love d) with kindness


10) Describe what happened with the sun after that day:

Answer: The sun started to move slower across the sky.