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Shirley's 6th Grade

Welcome to our 6th grade blog. It is exciting to take part in many global adventures and challenges and we hope you will connect and share with us during this journey. We will be learning  about places, religions and people around the world (the past and the present) and would love to know what you are studying. We love to communicate with students from all different places and look forward to hearing from you.

Mrs Baldwin's Class Blog! (Year 4 students in Australia)

In Room 10 our class participate in the Daily 3 every Tuesday – Friday where we focus on different reading and writing choices for each group to complete. To complement this program we will now be looking closer at different reading strategies using a program called the Daily CAFE. Daily CAFE will help us understand… Read More The Daily Cafe – Reading Strategies

Middle School

By Catherine and Emma If you need an app to make a personal digital magazine, Adobe Slate is your best bet. This utility allows you to mak...

Ms. Cassidy's Classroom Blog - 6 yr olds

This week we were busy showing off our developing reading skills to others–the kindergarten class and our principal, Mr. Orescanin.

Top 25 High School Teacher Blogs of 2012

Share! We’ve put together a list of our favorite high school teacher blogs of 2012. All of the blogs listed below are maintained by high school teachers who post meaningful or entertaining content related to teaching on a regular basis. […]

Continuous Everywhere but Differentiable Nowhere

High school math teacher blog.

Blog Away

Second Grade Class Website

The Avery Bunch

A Grades 3-6 Tech Blog

Miss Jordan's Class @ Barwon Heads Primary School

Posted by Miss Kelly Jordan on Monday, December 1st 2014 During the past couple of weeks, we have been doing a feature article study in our writing lessons. Feature articles are written pieces we find in magazines, newspapers and online, where the writer provides information about a topic in an interesting and engaging manner and makes us care about the topic.

Mrs Baldwin's Class Blog!

For the ceiling we chose our own lighting however we had to be careful that we used the right technique. If we decided to use single lights we had to make sure that they were large and then became smaller as they went into the distance down the corridor.

Mrs. Moore's Class Blog | Adventures in Education

Then, we knew we were ready to go! Next, everyone was given a job. The jobs included inquirers and greeters (these kids were in front of the camera), logical reasoners, clue keepers, researchers, runner and problem solver, photographer and videographer. The inquirers asked the other class 'yes or no' questions.

Ms. Myers' 3rd Graders Reach for the Sky

Dear Readers, Every year, Ms. Myers' class participates in a global project, hosted by Jen Wagner of "Projects By Jen". Teachers from all over the world sign up to take part in a good will exchange between students. Every class is instructed to create 30 cards which are mailed out to the other schools, and to one community service organization.

Mrs. Yollis' Classroom Blog

Nic's mom and grandmother came in to class to teach our monthly art lesson. This dynamic duo taught the class how to weave! First, we made a paper loom and then the weaving began. Over. Under. Over. Under. What was the most difficult part?

Hey, Kids! Student Challenge Winner

Do you watch awards shows on t.v.? The entertainment industry has tons of awards they pass out every year to outstanding performers in many fields. I can think of the Oscars, the Emmys, the Grammys, the Tonys, the Golden Globes, the CMAs, the People's Choice, and the Kids' Choice Awards right off the top of my head.

School is Cool - 3rd Grade with Links to student Blogs

On Friday we took a nature walk behind our school, and the kids were very excited to find this caterpillar! Camden and the caterpillar were captured by the camera! How is that for alliteration? I wonder how long it will be before it turns into a butterfly...

Overthinking my teaching

Math Teacher's blog

To Accumulate a Rate - Integrate!

A Mathematical WordPress.com site

Writing to Learn to Teach

Some thoughts from a middle school math teacher. (by ray_emily)

THe CoNCH | 8th Grade Civics and US History

For the CYOA, all students watch the BrainPop video American Revolution as an Overview. All students complete the Timeline of the Revolution. The following...

English Beat - 7th/8th Grade

Posted by Ms. Wood on Thursday, May 9th 2013 Sophia updates on the eighth graders adventures in D.C.: This morning we woke up at 7:20am. This gave us only ten minutes to get dressed brush our teeth, and pack what we needed for the rest of the day before breakfast.

Everything Pre-Algebra 7th Grade

Here a few videos to help you create the data displays with your own survey data.

Earth Science with Mrs. Wilson - 6th Grade

Whew! This year flew by! Thank you so much for sharing it with me! I am so proud of each and every one of you! You have made extraordinary gains in your science knowledge, and you ended the year strong. Thanks for bringing your best each day. What next?