The basis of your pick a path story needs to be a narrative story. Inside each narrative there are: plot, character, conflict, theme and setting. Watch the following rap video to give you an idea of examples of each.
Below are a couple more videos that give you examples of what is needed in a narrative for it to be interesting and keep the reader engaged.
Here is a youtube video to watch about how to make a pick a path story - this is an example from another class of year 6 students.
Click on the link below to see examples of different pick a path stories that have been constructed by the students in this class.
This week we are beginning a unit on algebra. Have a look at the following link to explore the algebra concept that your group is focussing on each week. Use your weekly sheet to help you find the right button to click on.
If your groups is working on balancing equations make sure to watch the lesson on the following link first. This will help you to gain an understanding of the concept before you come to the teacher.
If you want to challenge yourself - or challenge your parents have a go at the following algebraic reasoning questions. These will make you think outside of the box to get your answer.