Sunday, November 6, 2016

STEPS Program

This year the Senior Hub have been trailing the STEPS Web program to try and improve our spelling. There are different levels and you can achieve bronze, silver or gold medals in each activity. Once you have achieved gold in a level, it gets locked and you can not go back and repeat it. The activity page looks like this:
Lots of the student in the class find Word Grid really tricky! That is because you have to remember a number of words that it says in the correct order. Miss Morgan has told us that because we find it tricky, we need to make sure we are getting gold on it before we move on!

If you wanted to try out this program there is a 10 day trail here: 


  1. Kia Ora Rata Hub. My name is Reagan and I am from Mamaku Hub. That looks like it is a really cool website. It is quite cool how you have to get a gold medal to lock it! How long have you been doing the website for? Round about how many medals have you got? From Reagan

  2. kia ora rata hub My name is Summer for grey main school in mamku hub. Woow that look like a cool spelling activate I really like how you gave as a link to go see the website you use Byb

  3. Kia Ora Rata Hub.
    I'm Sam from Mamaku 2 at Grey Main School.
    I really like how some of your senior students have been stepping outside the box and trying something new. Did it help improve their spelling levels? This reminds me of a program we use called Studyladder.
    Nou hoki faka'apa'apa(Yours Sincerely)

  4. Kia Ora, Alex here from Grey Main School I like how you have showed us an image of the program. Next time you could put an image of you doing the Program. Miharo (Amazing). Can you do this whole program?
    Heoi ano taku mo naianei (That's all for now)
    From Alex Co

  5. Kia Ora Rata Hub it's James from Mamaku Hub.
    I Have never Seen this program before but it looks Fun and it looks like it helps you with your spelling mahi pai (Good Work).
    Your serenely


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