Thursday, October 15, 2009

Past, Present and Future Tense

We played a really fun game today called Treasure Hunt that was so much fun that Mr A had to come in see what we were up to- we were making such loud, happy noises. We were playing the game to support our grammar learning about past, present and future tenses. You have to answer tense questions in sentences and then find where the treasure is on the map.

9 comments:

Room 1's Journey Into Learning said...

Thank you for the comment on our blog. We hope you have fun learning about Rona and the Moon. We appreciate your comments about how our voices are getting better. (Jaxon just asked me if I am using full stops - great to see the children in Room 1 know what they should be doing during writing!!).
We are going to keep on looking at your blog and post comments every now and then.

Thanks heaps!

Miss Sharland and Room 1

Mrs C said...

Hi My name is Steph and I am a teacher at Normandale School in Lower Hutt. I have been following your blog since I saw it in the Interface Magazine (good luck with the blog competition) I have looked at the " Past, Present and Future Tense" game and wondered if you found level 3 rather tricky?? Any tips?

mbthree said...

I love reading your blog and I have my class check on what you are up to from time to time. What a neat game to help get tense work right. Mrs G St Patrick's School Paraparaumu

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Moturoa said...

Mrs C

Yes Level Three of the Treasure Hunt Game was a bit hard- even for me. We were playing the Level Two part and that seemed just right for us.

Allanah K

Anonymous said...

It was the funst game ever.

Anonymous said...

It was a fun game. Amy

EMILY said...

I like playing the game and it is a great way to learn how to make our sentences make sence.

Yazmin said...

That sounds awesome.