**Today, students learned how to make a perfect circle using only a pencil, scissors, and a ruler. Students created scale cut outs of planets using this scale chart. Jagger created this 'SUN' using his scale measurements. If the Earth was 1cm in diameter, the sun would be about 109 cm in diamter. They learned that they had to divide the scale diameters in half in order to get the radius they needed to measure out their lines for their circle cut outs. Our science projects turned into a math lesson on drawing and creating circles.**

1.) MATH:Complete all integer multiplication questions for tomorrow.

1.) MATH:

**2.) SCIENCE:**

- Continue working on your 'SCALE OF LARGE' projects.
- Remember, you need to have all your objects drawn/made/cut out for tomorrow. You must spend some time tonight doing this.
- You need your scale chart. Click here to see it in case you forgot it.
- You also need your criteria sheet. Be sure to follow the rubric if you want to do well. Otherwise, you may be asked to complete it again.

3.)

**POST A RESPONSE**:

- In your own words, explain step-by-step how to make a circle cut out using only a ruler, pencil, and a pair of scissors.
- How do you get a circle with a specific diameter (distance across the centre of a circle) ? How do you use radius (distance from the centre of your circle to the outer edge)
- How do you fold the paper?
- Where do you measure your lines from?
- Where do you cut?
- Ask your classmates questions here if you can't remember or if you are unsure.
- Give 2 students suggestions on other things they have missed in their explanations.
- Edit/revise.

**VIDEO LINKS:**

6 Ways to Draw a Circle Without a Compass