Lamiya was driving to Pickering when she spotted a big green gorilla on the side of the road. She screeched to a stop, jumped out of her car. She saw the outline of a number on the gorilla. She couldn’t quite see the number, but she knew it was a 4 digit number. And:
1) She remembered seeing a number 1.
2) In the hundred’s place she remembers the number is 3 times the number in the thousand’s place.
3) She said the number in the one’s place is 4 times the number in the ten’s place.
4) Finally she said the number 2 is sitting in the thousand’s place.
Combine these simple sentence into complex ones (reply in the comment section to inspire your classmates) – there is an example posted below.
- I have my own phone.
- It’s a cell-phone.
- I take it almost everywhere.
- I can’t take it to school.
1. The teacher taught English.
2. The teacher was nice.
3. The teacher assigned a lot of homework.
4. The homework was hard.
5. The teacher always did that.
- I watched T.V. all day Saturday.
- I watched T.V. all Saturday night.
- I watched anything that was on.
- I did that every Saturday.
- The T.V. was in my room.
- I watched T.V. instead of doing my homework.
1. I was walking to the mall.
2. I was walking slowly.
3. I just had a fight with my brother.
4. I felt sad.
Combine the 7 simple sentence below into one sentence.
1 The gym was filled with students.
2 They were in the gym for an assembly.
3 They were laughing.
4 They were yelling.
5 They were hot.
6 They were tired.
7 The assembly was late starting.
A) The gym was filled with hot and tired students who began laughing and yelling when the assembly was late starting.
B) Hot and tired, the students filling the gym began to laugh and yell when the assembly was late starting.
C) Since the assembly was late starting and they were hot and tired, the students filling the gym were laughing and yelling.
Here are 10 super easy acts of kindness you can do to continue to spread the love and make the world a kinder place:
1. Thank someone who’s supported you in the past, like a teacher, friend, or mentor, by giving them a hand-written letter.
2. Spend a couple hours volunteering at a local nonprofit organization.
3. Donate goods to a local shelter.
4. Buy lemonade at a child’s lemonade stand.
5. Call a friend and tell them how much they mean to you.
6. Send kind words to someone getting a lot of hate on social media.
7. Send groceries to a friend who is busy and/or going through a difficult time.
8. Put a quarter in an expired parking meter to help a stranger avoid getting a ticket.
9. Send flowers anonymously to a receptionist or security guard.
10. Leave an encouraging note somewhere on a store shelf or in a popular library book.