Maths bank statement

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This is a photo of my bank statement that I did. We had to write down all the bills, interests rates and wages. We had to work out how much you would have at the end. You also had to do the credit, debit and balance. Credit is where you get money from the bank that goes into your account. Debit is where you have to pay money from your account. Balance is how much money you have in your  account.

Synonyms and Antonyms

imageThe word that is not a synonym is sad. Here is some synonyms big, humongous, giant, gianormus, massive, gigantic and biggest.

Here is a list of Antonyms big, small, tall, short, happy, sad, good, bad, compoulsary, optional, long, short, helpful, unhelpful, hard working, unenthusiastic and sporty, lazy.

Antonyms for colourful. Dull, plain, pale, simple, weak, dark, boring, colourless, drab and faded.

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Homophones

These are my homophones homophones are words that sound the same but have different meanings.

https://www.blendspace.com/lessons/Ou6h0h5c8G8w_Q/homophones
Caret and carrot

Fair and fare

Pear and pair

Rose and rose

Train and train

Pane and pain

There and their

No and know

Pet and pet

Ace and ace

To and too

Hole and whole

Higher and hire

Eye and I

Be and bee

Berry and bury

Buy and bye

Cell and sell

Scent and cent

Cheap and cheep

Chews and choose

Cellar and seller

Choir and quire

Forth and fourth

For and four

Flower and flour

Sea and see

Caret and carrot

Fair and fare

Pear and pair

Rose and rose

Train and train

Pane and pain

There and their

No and know

Pet and pet

Ace and ace

To and too

Hole and whole

Higher and hire

Eye and I

Be and bee

Berry and bury

Buy and bye

Cell and sell

Scent and cent

Cheap and cheep

Chews and choose

Cellar and seller

Choir and quire

Forth and fourth

For and four

Flower and flour

Cinquain poem

Lion
Furious, bulky
Swift, lurking, gnawing
Dozing in the sun
Cat

This is my cinquain poem that I did in Mr Richardsons grade for poetry rotations. In the first line of a cinquain poem you write two words to describe your title. In the second line you write three verbs to describe how your lion for example moves. In the third line you write a factual statements with four words. In the last line you write a synonym of the title.