Tuesday, 13 February 2018

Practice using variables in expressions by playing "Who Wants to be a Hundredaire"!

Get some advice from Tim and Moby on how to Show, Not Tell, when you write.

See how farmers in Japan are trying to save the red crowned crane from extinction!

Sunday, 11 February 2018

Want to do some reading online? Visit Funbrain! Titles include Timmy Failure, We meet Again and The Brilliant World of Tom Gates. There are lots of other learning games on Funbrain as well! try it today!

Saturday, 10 February 2018

This is a great website for practicing patterns and pattern rules (and lots more as well)!
Here is an input/output machine (to practice pattern rules) from Math Playground!

Wednesday, 7 February 2018

Try the writing strategy, draw-label-caption, to help you generate ideas and details for your writer's notebook! Don't forget that every label can be used to generate more details for your story!
You can find lots of information on endangered species on the Word Wildlife Fund (WWF) website at this link: https://www.worldwildlife.org/species/directory?page=2 and animals a-z: https://a-z-animals.com/animals/endangered/

Saturday, 3 February 2018

Play this classification game to see how much you have learned about the Six Kingdoms of Life!

Explore DK Findout! to learn how organisms are classified and visit Study Jams to review the Kingdoms of Life.

Which organisms make their own food? Which have complex cells? Which organisms are unicellular? Read below to find these answers and more!

Wednesday, 31 January 2018

A couple of more websites to help you improve your understanding of the six kingdoms of life.

Tuesday, 30 January 2018

Don't forget about the Math Quiz tomorrow! You can review Data Management on Study Jams and Math is Fun! You can also review the problems we did in class. Make sure you understand how to organize data into charts. Be sure to know how to make and analyse bar graphs and line graphs. Know how to use scale and intervals on your graphs. Review how to find the mean and median of data sets!

Hey everyone! Let's review mean and median! Watch the StudyJams below! Which picture represents the mean? The median? How do you know?
A little review of mean, median (and mode), from Math is Fun!