World Spelling Day
A few months ago Grade 5 took part online in World Spelling day. This was done in conjunction with Mathletics. Two of our students beat thousands of students to score in the top 50 in their age range! Lucia was the 46th best and Jocelyn was 13th. Today they received special certificates sent all the way to the school from Australia and Jocelyn received a medal for her high placement. Well done to both of them!
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Q1. How many Earth's would it take to fill Jupiter?
Q2. What do spaceships usually use Jupiter gravity for?
Q3. How many moons does Jupiter's gravity well hold in orbit?
Q4. What moon orbits a little more that half a million miles from Jupiter?
Jocelyn
5/27/2011

Hi Andy,

I watched the space video on Jupiter and here are the answers to the questions:
1. It would take more than 1,000 Earths.
2. Spaceships use Jupiter's gravity as a slingshot for journeys elsewhere.
3. Jupiter holds more than 63 moons in orbit.
4. Ganymede orbits a little more than half a million miles from Jupiter.

See you on Monday,
Jocelyn

Tanvi
5/27/2011

1. It would take more than a thousand earths to fill Jupiter.
2. Space ships use Jupiter intense gravity as a slig-shot
3. Jupiter has more than 63 moons
4. The moon Ganymede is more than half a million miles from Jupiter.

Once again congrats to Jocelyn and Lucia!!!!

Regards,
Tanvi :) ;) <3

Andrea
5/27/2011

It would take at least 1000 earths to fill Jupiter
Space ships use Jupiters gravity for a sling shot to go some where else
Jupiter has 63 moons
Ganibeed orbits a little more than half a million miles from jupiter

Lucia
5/29/2011

1. over one thousand earths
2. slingshot for journeys elsewhere
3. 63
4.Ganymede

Cooper
5/30/2011

1=More than 1000 Earths.

2=As a slingshot.

3=More than 63 moons in orbit.

4=Ganibeed.

king Julian
5/30/2011

1 it would take more than a thousand earths to fill Jupeiter
2 they use it like a sling shot to farther missions
3 juiperiter has 63 moons on is eroupa
4 Ganydede

Sydney
5/30/2011

Dear Andy,
The answers are
1: 1000 earths
2: Sling shot for journeys other places.
3: 63 moons
4: The moon Ganymade
Regards,
Sydney

David
5/30/2011

1.) 1,000 earths or more

2.) They use the gravity as a slingshot

3.) Jupiter has 63 or more moons

4.) Ganymede is a bit more than half a million miles from jupiter

By the way, On Lucia's certificate it says 48th and you wrote 46th.

- David

Thaddeus
5/30/2011

1.1000 earths
2. spaceships use jupiters gravity like a sling shot to go somewhere else.
3.63 moons
4. Ganimede

Kaiya
5/30/2011

Hi Andy,
Here are the answers to the questions:
Q1. How many Earth's would it take to fill Jupiter?
more than 1,000 earths to fill jupiter.
Q2. What do spaceships usually use Jupiter gravity for?
it's used as a sling shot to journeys elsewhere
Q3. How many moons does Jupiter's gravity well hold in orbit?
63 moons are held in orbit by jupiter gravity.
Q4. What moon orbits a little more that half a million miles from Jupiter?
they moon Ganymede orbits a little more then half a million miles.


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