Estimating Height

How high is this Hurlers Stone? Can you think of a way to find the height of this stone as we do not have a tape measure?Think about how we could solve this problem and we will investigate in class. You can add any ideas below.

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13 Responses
  1. James l says:

    NO!! Rowan dont touch the rock!!! 🙂

  2. Hannah says:

    I liked everything .

  3. Bertie,Oscar and Dylan says:

    My favourite part was the storyteller because he was good.
    I liked sketching the Hurlers.
    My favourite part was exploring the Hurlers

  4. Hannah D and Solomon says:

    My favourite bit of the trip was sketching ,Solomon,s favourite bit was listening to the story .

  5. Bertie,Oscar and Dylan says:

    My favourite part was the storyteller because he was great

  6. Kanye,jasmineand Emma says:

    We are gowing to merger Rown to compare how toll he is.

  7. Bertie,Oscar and Dylan says:

    Measure Rowan with a measure tape.

  8. Marley&kathy says:

    We could measure roman.

  9. Jude Hannah Ethan says:

    We could use building blocks.

  10. Tia and Ruby says:

    If somebody knew how tall they were. They could stand next to the stone and we can see how big it is.

  11. Tyler ,Hannah and Solomon says:

    We need to measure Rowan and the rock then you have the answer.

  12. Floss,Alex and Jorja says:

    We think ask Rowan how tall he is and he said he is 1m 58cm.

  13. Natasha Alfie Mina says:

    Measure Rowan.

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