Finally, we have all said good-bye to Stanleys belonging to Mrs. Howlin’s class and shipped them back to New South Wales. We had lots of fun with them. They were kept busy here in Iowa. Here are a few photos of their adventures, plus a special video for Jorja.
Checking out the compost pile, which includes compostable plastic.
On the neighbor's swing set
Grace with Jorja's and Meghan with Angus' Flat Stanleys
Congratulations to these Krebs’ Class Bloggers who were featured on the “Visit These” blog page this week. Molly, Ryan, Allison, Crystal, Abby
If you don’t know how to get on the visit page, ask one of them.
Congratulations to Nicole and Brittany whose blogs were recommended by other students.
Get a blogging challenge badge and add it to your sidebar. Here’s how: Open the badge image and save the URL. Add it to your Playground post as an image URL. Then copy the HTML code and put it in a widget text box.
Check out some of the cool widgets that other bloggers have and get one for your blog.
Leave a comment on Week 3 Challenges telling what you did for Challenge 3 with a link back to your blog.
What do you think? Do you want to take a risk? Do you want to have a great blog? Do you want to have the best student blog of 2011?
If you do, we can take the baby steps needed to make that a possibility! It just takes a commitment to sharing your genius with the world–creating, contributing, connecting, collaborating, and curating.
Think about it, and talk to me if you want to be in the list of the best student blogs.
Hello, geniuses, here are some recent posts to check out. Remember to read through the commenting guidelines and take this assignment serious. It is your chance to contribute and connect, which leads to collaboration with others who are passionate about the same things as you.
Bloggers’ Cafe is from Australia. See the latest posts, always something interactive for you to do.
Eighth graders have been studying the American Revolutionary War. Is it anything like the protests and rebellion in Egypt? Some of us think so. We’ve begun to engage in a discussion with another eighth grade class, and now on our own blogs too. Would you care to give your opinion? Would you have joined in the protests? What do you hope for the people of Egypt?
Hi, Geniuses! You are on a journey to share your brilliance. Here are some active classroom blogs. Please spend some time thoughtfully visiting, reading, and responding to what these students are saying. Have fun and make connections!