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Date: 15th Apr 2016 @ 2:17pm

This blog is here to help you share your research and answers to questions so other people in your team or class can benefit from your work. Please share your work about Europe here. Make sure everyone knows the question you are answering and then describe what you have found out. Please ask people questions or add to their answers if you can.

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Tamara Brackley wrote:

Europe is the second smallest continent across the world.

Toby wrote:

Whats the first smallest continent across the world tamara

Eve Clark wrote:

Do you know anything else, Tamara?

Jim Baldwin wrote:

that is very interesting

Hattie Broughton wrote:

That is interesting Tamara.

Tamara Brackley wrote:

Capital letters and full stops, Jim.

Tamara Brackley wrote:

I do not know the first smallest continent across the world.
Greece is the hottest country in Europe.

Tamara Brackley wrote:

Eve, I do know the coldest country is Sweden.

Hattie Broughton wrote:

I have learnt that the hottest country in Europe is ... Greece.

Tamara Brackley wrote:

Is there anything else you want to say?

Catherine wrote:

What is the coldest?

Hattie Broughton wrote:

Yes and yes the coldest country is ... Sweden.

Catherine wrote:

There is over 50 countries in Europe.

Tamara Brackley wrote:

Don't you mean roughly 50 countries?

Jim Baldwin wrote:

olivia wrote there is rufley 50

Tamara Brackley wrote:

Jim I mean't she spell't roughly wrong.

Hattie Broughton wrote:

You do spell roughly like that.

Olivia diamond wrote:

Europe has ruffly 50 countries in europe.

Tamara Brackley wrote:

Olivia, it is roughly not ruffly.

Jim Baldwin wrote:

do you mean there are 50 countries

Brooke wrote:

spelling mistake

Tamara Brackley wrote:

Jim capital letters and full stops also we do not know if there are exactly 50 countries.

Toby wrote:

I have learnt that the UK is part of Europe

Jim Baldwin wrote:

I already knew that

Catherine wrote:

What others are there?

Hattie Broughton wrote:

It is true that everybody knew that. Hee hee.

Ellis wrote:

We already knew that

Tamara Brackley wrote:

Ellis you know what I'm going to say punctuation!!!
Toby is there any places that are part of Europe?

Hattie Broughton wrote:

That s eeeeeasy toby.

Tamara Brackley wrote:

Hattie, you need an apostrophe after that like this that's.

Jim Baldwin wrote:

Europe s top ten famous landscapes...

Olivia diamond wrote:

Europe 's top ten famous landscapes ... what?

Toby wrote:

What are the top ten famous landscapes Jim

Ellis wrote:

weldone Jim

Jim Baldwin wrote:

Eiffel tower, big ben

Tamara Brackley wrote:

Ellis it is well done not weldone and capital letters and full stops.

Eve Clark wrote:

I have learnt that in Europe some of the habitats are chalk grassland, the ocean, the broad leaf forest and even hedgerows. Pets need a special EU pet passport to get into Europe. Europe is the second smallest continent.

Catherine wrote:

WOW!!!

Toby wrote:

Already knew that

Tamara Brackley wrote:

That is a lot of information Eve, WELL DONE!

Hattie Broughton wrote:

That is amazing Eve. ;}

Eve wrote:

Thank you so much!!!😄

Ellis wrote:

cost lines are all ways near sandy beach st and mountains

Jim Baldwin wrote:

cool buddy

Catherine wrote:

Punctuation!!!

Ellis wrote:

sorry Catherine

Tamara Brackley wrote:

Jim was there any need for cool buddy

Evan wrote:

I has learnt that there was 44 countries in Europe.

Eve Clark wrote:

How many countries NOW Evan? It is I HAVE not I HAS!

Hattie Broughton wrote:

I researched it ,and there are 50 countries in Europe.Because 44+6 other countries =50. ;) Smiley face.

Hattie Broughton wrote:

What is the population of it then.

Tamara Brackley wrote:

Hattie do you need a question mark after a question?

Hattie Broughton wrote:

OOPS I forgot . So do you know the population of it.

Tamara Brackley wrote:

So do you know the population of it . Is a question so it needs a question mark.

Tamara Brackley wrote:

Oh Hattie I almost forgot I do not know the population of it.

dillon wrote:

Europe has rocky and sandy coastline.

Tamara Brackley wrote:

Dillon please can you tell me a bit more and does Europe has rocky and sandy coastline make sense? Apart from that you are ok.

Ellis wrote:

the coldest country in EUROPE is Sweden

sam wrote:

what

Ellis wrote:

Yes Sam 😀

Hattie Broughton wrote:

Do you know what the hottest country is in Europe Ellis?

Tamara Brackley wrote:

Ellis you know what I'm going to write, CAPITAL letters and FULL STOPS.

Tom h Tom c wrote:

Tom h\ Iearnt that Norway has over 50.000 irelalands surrounding it. Tom c\ I learnt denmarks biggest is 7'314 km.

Tamara Brackley wrote:

Well done, boys.

Brooke Matthews wrote:

Norway has 50,000 islands around its coastline.

Tamara Brackley wrote:

Is there anything else you want to tell me.

Samuel James Bebbington wrote:

Europe is the second most smallest continents in the world.In Europe people eat all kinds of stuff lice ice ream.

Hattie Broughton wrote:

I love ice cream Sam.

Hattie Broughton wrote:

I lovvve ice cream.;]

Eve wrote:

Sam you spelt something wrong! You spelt it lice 😮 it is spelt like ☺

Tamara Brackley wrote:

Samuel James Bebbington you missed the C of ice cream so it is spelt like this ice ream.

OLIVIA diamond wrote:

Europe is the second smallest continent in the world.

Hattie Broughton wrote:

Do you know what the population is then Olivia.

Hattie Broughton wrote:

Do you know what the population is then Olivia.

Mr Mason wrote:

Use the links off of our class page found here:
http://www.offley.cheshire.sch.uk/page/topic-links/20462

Adam wrote:

The size of Europe 3,997,929 square miles and has a population of 740 million.

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