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After 2 days with Mathletics, our class are currently 16th in the UK - a brilliant achievement. Don't believe me? Here's the proof!
Keep practising; remember the gold bars mean you have mastered a topic. If it gets tricky, just ask and we will go through it in class.
We'll profile some of our high scorers in the coming days too!
Click on the link to complete the survey!
Year 5 and 6 are about to start a new blogging experience: Quadblogging.
We are partnered with Miss Chapman's class (who we know well) and a school in America (I think), called Ms Kari's class.
We will take it in turns to comment on each other's blogs, beginning with Miss Chapman's this week, then Ms Kari's next week. Finally, in the third week it will be our turn!
In case, you've forgotten, here are some great tips on leaving positive comments.
Finally, here is a video about Quadblogging by some children:
Next week, we will be reviewing the words we use to describe numbers:
Odd and Even
Multiples and Factors
Square and Prime Numbers
Here are some games to help you with these terms.
This week, you can write a non-chronological report about a topic of your choosing, which will be included in your website.
It could be a favourite football team, a games console or a hobby! You are the expert sharing your enthusiasm and knowledge.....
Below is a game about some of the features of Reports.
We will also be looking at some of these terms: phrase, clause, statement, command and question.
Here is something to read about:
If you've read it, try this game and the quiz!
Also, our spelling rule will look at the 'ture' suffix - there are lots of games using this spelling pattern here.
What a fantastic week!
Internet Safety, lots of tests (not always fun, but we can see the progress we're making!), emails to America and that Netball competition!
Our star of the week this week was Kristen, who wrote a great email to our classpals and always gets on with her activities!
Meanwhile, in other news, our blog now has had 33,000 visitors from 96 countries (see the bottom of the page). I wonder if we can get to 100 different countries by the end of the year? Where will they be from? Success card for children who can work out which countries haven't been on our blog yet and find something out about that country!