Sunday, May 18, 2008

is this site of interest?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ks2bitesize/games/questionaut/

what do you think kidlets?

13 comments:

chickenfeety said...

It a very good site but a bit hard to figgure out how to continue. Some questions I had never heard of or the words in any way but a good though strange website

Snow Girl said...

I really enjoyed the game/website is was really fun. Some of the Questions were a little hard at the start but then i got used to it!!!!!

mojo said...

The site is very good because it's quite educational. One thing that made me get a question wrong was it's a uk site I put a NZ answer.

Roo said...

Mr.Woody, I have found some words with three letters consecutively in them. Also I have a few four lettered ones. All the words appear in at least one English dictionary.

AAADONTA, FLYING JIBBBOOM, PEEENT, FREEER, FREEEST, ISHIII, FRILLLESS, WALLLESS, LAPAROHYSTEROSALPINGOOOPHORECTOMY, BRRR, GODDESSSHIP, COUNTESSSHIP, DUCHESSSHIP, GOVERNESSSHIP, HOSTESSSHIP, VERTUUUS, UUULA, and YAYYY.

EEEEVE, ESSSSE , LLANFAIRPWLLGWYNGYLLGOGERYCHWYRNDROBWLLLLANTYSILIOGOGOGOCH and BRRRR.

I_luv_animals_AKA_ashymashy said...

Mr.woodcock or class does anyone know what a HOOK means for our accordian novels also Revision and reference it would help lots

mudpies02 said...

I just typed up the post, then something happened, and I have to type it up all over again!! Darn!
Anyway, I quite enjoyed going on the website in class (I haven't been on it yet at home - but I will!!)
Wow!! Roo, I never knew there was so many words that had triple letters in them! (You put 'BRRR' twice though.) :D
I put what the 'hook' was on the post with the picture of someone (who could possibly be Sasha...) as well as the reference. :o)

MrWoody said...

darn - sorry mudpies and ashymashy - i deleted the pic of sasha post as that was an error made at the telecom store. :-)
the new phones are cool! i am getting a different one to matua haami to see which one is best for our learning.

the HOOK is the thing i keep talking about - the thing that makes you want to find out more or that gets you emotionally involved. the part of the story which makes you say, "I can't put this book down!"
Get it now? We can discuss it [again] in class. please ask when we are discussing it rather than going away wondering - remember - the bravest students are the ones who ask questions.

mudpies02 said...

Be brave! I just started doing the questionaut thing (and I got to stage 3) but now mum says i have to get off the computer! Bye bye!

olly said...

I've just been on that website and it's AWESOME!! It helps you learn and it's fun at the same time!!

Cheetahlicious said...

I think it's a really cool website that really taught me things about science and english.
I agree though it was a bit hard to work out how to get things running.

kitty milo said...

yes!!! it has all maths topics like telling the time, weight and measuring,addition and subtraction, multiplication, division,number ordering, place value, money, length, organising data, 2d and 3d shapes and all about most topics.
cya=]

Neina-Marie said...

It was crazy! It took me ten minutes to get past the peanuts (I don't like them anymore) but I got through science and English no prob. I feel proud. Muahahaha!
I loved it Mr Woody. No wonder you are a teacher.

mudpies02 said...

It just took a while to figure out what to click, and it took a while to load. The questions and stuff were cool though :c)