Study Ladder

Study Ladder is an educational website that includes both Mathematics and Literacy activities. All students were given details of how to access and login to the Study Ladder website. Students were asked to stick these details into their diaries. Students are able to access this website at home for free, but are restricted to three activities per day. I am able to set activities for the students that are relevant to the work we are doing in class. Students earn points for successfully completing tasks and can earn certificates for the progress they make. I will celebrate students certificate achievements on the blog and in the classroom. If you have any questions or problems accessing the site please email me.

www.studyladder.com.au There is also a link to ‘Study Ladder’ on the ‘Students’ page.

Congratulations Eloise

Eloise

Studyladder : The educational website that includes both Mathematics and
Literacy
This is a courtesy letter confirming that your child has been given an access
code to log-in to the new “Study Ladder” Literacy and Numeracy website. All
students 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.
Free home access allows each student 3 new activities each day. Using the site
regularly helps build confidence and their bonus points.
:: Go to www.studyladder.com.au
:: 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

Congratulations to Eloise our first certificate recipient. Eloise has achieved her Bronze and Silver certificates. Well Done 🙂

bronzesilver

2 Comments

  1. Well done Eloise!

    From Joel

  2. Mr B, Loving keeping updated with what’s happening in your class! Keep it up!

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