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 - [Glitterfy.com - *Glitter Words*] Welcome to our Bright Whetu blog. We are a class of Year 3 children at Westbrook School, Rotorua, New Zealand. We hope you enjoy having a look at what we have been up to.
 by Louise Jones

 • Maths Games • The Pigeon's website • Maths Games.2. • Mr Silversides Cyberkidz Blog • Add To Tten • Wordle • Games • Keyboard Climber • Spelling • Ordering Numbers • Counting in 2's • Counting in 5's • Counting in 10's • Telling Time • 0-100 Splat • Just For Fun • I Spy Shapes • 3D Shapes Memory Game • Shape Lab Game • Pizza Fractions • Fraction Flags • Balloon pop • Matching fractions • Franks fractions • Word mosaic site • Rosie the cow activities • Butterfly Fractions • Sight Words • First Letter Sounds • Phonic sound match • Meet the Gang Rhyming • Division Mine • Story Maker • Snappywords • Fish Lenghts • Smiley Clock • Statistics • counting caterpillar • Circus Counting • Counting games • B4BrightSparks • Korero Maori • Make Big Numbers • Shark Numbers Counting in Tens • Make Numbers • Fruit Shoot • Balloon Pop Number order • Mrs Stubbing • Lady Bird Geometry • Cyber Chase geometry • 3D shapes • Scaredy Squirrel • Christmas Tree • Christmas game • Happy Santa Game • Run Santa Run • Drop the presents • Christmas Tree Symmetry • Tidepool Game • sunshine online

Last week the Bright Stars extended their tile making skills by making three tiles that told a story about one of the servants from the Hatupatu legend. They had to make the three tiles stand up on a base. The first tile had to have some letters from the servants name, The second tile had the marks the servant makes as it moves through the forest. The last tile had the servant which is either a bird or a lizard. Once assembled anything else could be added that was in the servants environment. The sides of the container are like a book with pictures and words.
Article posted August 7, 2010 at 05:50 AM • comment • Reads 205 • Return to Blog List