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Dear parents

on the right hand side of the blog you should find two pictures like the ones above called Maths Wiki Space and Literacy Wiki Space. When clicking on the pictures you will be directed to other links full of educational games which your children can play online. Enjoy 🙂

Ms Claudine

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When clicking on the picture above you will be directed to a Tens and Units online game then click on Level 1. The children have to place the penguins onto the correct numbers on the grid. First they need to drag the first penguin onto the tens row and then the next onto the units row. Enjoy 🙂

 

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Dear parents,

please note that today your children have been given an access code to log-in to the new “Study Ladder” Literacy and Numeracy website. All my class children now have home access to activities on StudyLadder. It is NOT compulsory for your child to log into Study Ladder from home, but any additional access to this site will be beneficial if they enjoy doing the activities (with your guidance). Free home access allows each child to play only 3 new activities each day so I suggest you click on the activies (at the bottom of the site’s page) where there’s written:

Below are activities that your teacher or parent would like you to practice.

as these will be the ones I will be suggesting them to use and we will be using in class. Other activities might be below or above their level. Using the site regularly helps build confidence and their bonus points.

:: Go to  www.studyladder.com.au or click on the study ladder’s picture which you can find on the  right side of the blog

:: Sign with the class username and password given to your child.

:: Access activities from your child’s overview page.
 
:: The warm-up challenges are good interaction activities for parents and their children.
 
If for any reason you are unable to access using the class login, you can open a free home account for parents which allows the same home access to activities.
If you need help logging in or gaining access please email
 support@studyladder.com

Comments are welcome.

 
Ms Claudine 🙂

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Today the children started learning to add using pictures (not numbers). At home you can revise simple addition (to 10 only) using several objects like pegs, pasta, colours etc. Let the children click on the picture above to count the chicks and drag the numbers according to the total.

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