Well you noticed that there was a --- ----, this means that there was INVENTED the ---- ---, maybe it isn't SOOO interesting foryou, but think of something, how would you ---, every time you will need to ---- -- 2 -----, isn't it interesting,we all know it is...??
Have you ever seen an optical illusion? If you didn't see one you have the chance of seeing one.There are milions of optical illusions but maybe you thought of the ones inyoutube that a horrible face appears.
If you want and you like it, post
This one is: Are this lines STRAIGHT or IN BAD ORDER?
(This idea was taken from Andres G. from 6B or bumbelbees).
What are you doing today????? Today is rugby and hockey time!!!!!!!! I hope you scored a lot of goals and tries, and I also hope you are having a nice time. Now I am going to ask you some questions... What do you like about rugby/hockey? Why do you like playing rugby/hockey? What do you like more playing a match or training?
Hello everybody!! I´m Jessica As we have been talking about ghost stories, I would like to share this one with you, I found it in a magazine and I hope you like it! Creepy Caretaker Ireland´s Malahide Castle belonged to the Tabot family for about 800 years, except for a ten-year period after a politician evicted the family. The castle was later retured to them, then sold in 1975. Perhaps the family´s eviction brought about the castle´s most famous ghost. Puck, the spirit of a castle caretaker, it said to show up whenever he doesn´t like something that´s happening at Malahide. One man claims he saw Puck shaking his head disapprovingly just before an auction of the castle´s furnishings. Maybe Puck was still looking out for the Talbot´s welfare.... Do you believe in this story? Or do you think it's just imaginary, or has somebody just invented it? Please comment!! BYE!!!
Hi everyone, yesterday I was thinking what I will post on the Blog so I saw a book that talked about animals and I chose to post about an animal that is the Elephant.
Has ever anyone told you that you have a memory like an Elephant , but do Elephants really have memory?
Yes they REALLY HAVE MEMORY . People who work with them can tell us this because when they teach them a type of signs they learn them and don't forget them. Elephants remember the people they like and the people they don't like, they also remember good and bad experiences.
Did you know this ? If you didn't know or you knew please comment on this post. Thank you.
As we were away from school these past days but with work to do, I want you to tell me the things you did. I went to the football match last week and spent a wonderful time. You could have also gone on a trip,to the farm or even to someone's house and spent a very good time there.
I wait for comments on your wonderful time you spent during these last days. nico.P
I hope you enjoy reading this poem full of similes:
As wet as a fish,as dry as a bone, As live as a bird,as dead as a stone, As plump as a partrige,as poor as a rat, As as strong as a horse, as weak as a cat, As hard as a flint, as soft as a mole, As white as a lily, as black as a coal, As red as a rose, as square as a box, As bold as a thief, as sly as a fox.
Hello everyone.I told you that I was going to post the answers to the maths problem.
Here it is:
As we can only use one weigh, we gather up the coins in the following way: 1 of the bag nº 1 2 of the bag nº2 3 of the bag nº 3 4 of the bag nº4 5 of the bag nº5 6 of the bag nº 6 7 of the bag nº 7 8 of the bag nº8 9 of the bag nº9 10 of the bag nº10 11 of the bag nº11 12 of the bag nº12 When you finished making these procedure, you will have 55 coins .Then ,place the coins in the one-pan balance. If every coin would weigh 10 grams, the result on the balance would be 550 grams. But, as we gathered up the coins in that way, if the result is 551, the bag that has the 11 gram coins would be bag one because we placed only one coin of the bag one. In the same way, if the result is 562, the bag that has the 11 gram coins would be bag twelve because we placed 12 coins of bag 12. This is one of the answers, but in the book there are more. If you find another answer to the problem, just comment. Tell me if you liked it or not, so if you do, I will post more problems. I hope you liked the problem.
Hello 6th ! This is a Maths problem I got from a book from a very famous author of mathematical problems called Adrian Paenza. I hope you like it. I will start posting only one problem and if you want more, comment so I can add more problems. I recommend you to read it very carefully so you get the right answer. It is not so difficult if you think it twice.For the ones who don`t like maths problems, I tell you that this is more a challenge because it is very fun. Remember read it carefully!!! Post the answer in the comments if you want, or tell me the answer at school. Here it goes: You have 10 bags each has one number:1 ,2 ,3 ,4 etc. Each bag has 10 coins each. Every coin weights 10 grams , except for one bag that has 10 coins that weigh 11 grams, (one more gram than the rest.)You also have, a one-pan scales, BUT you can use it only onetime. The problem consists in finding out, which is the bag that has the coins of 11 grams using the scales only one time. You can`t find out without using the scales , you can`t grab one bag with your hand and decide that this one or that one weighs more! (That is not valid and it is difficult to use your senses) Try to sort it out!! Quite difficult no? I hope you can understand it and you like it. I will post the answers tomorrow.
Read these riddles! They are very good. Tomorow I''ll give you the answers!
What part of the body has the most rhythm?
Why was Karl Marx buried at Highgate Cemetery in London?
Why is the letter E like London?
What lives on its own substance and dies when it devours itself?
At night they come without being fetched, And by day they are lost without being stolen
I never was, am always to be; No one ever saw me, nor ever will. And yet I am the confidence of all. To live and breathe on this terrestrial ball (please don't enter the site) http://www.world-english.org/riddles.htm