Wednesday, October 21, 2009

#Comments4Kids Wednesday 10/21


Today we will be visiting some interesting new sites:

Room 25 Online's post on Substitute Teachers is great. Here some of the students left reflections of a substitute's visit to their classroom. Leave a comment giving an experience you had with a sub. Be honest, but don't use the substitute's name if it is a negative comment.

On the blog Fellow Shadow Spider Incy Wincy Theatre there is a video to watch. "This project aims to introduce traditional "Turkish Shadow Puppet Theatre" and teach traditional nursery rhyme "Incy Wincy Spider" to five and six-year-old students at kindergarten." This is a very interesting way to create a movie. You might want to keep this in mind if you are planning on creating a movie for our movie festival this Spring! As usual, leave a positive comment.

You may want to check out At the Fireplace's Do You Know Russian Folk Tales? as well. They used puppets to make a movie. Another good idea for you future movie makers!

On Valley Wood Tech's Welcome to Technology 2.0 post, leave a comment on about one of your favorite on line tools such as a blog, photo site, or even Google documents.

Moturoa's Blog
has lots of great posts. Pick one and leave a comment.

Mr. Lamshed's boys finally performed their Haka. Check out how big the stage is and leave a comment.

After you have finished commenting on the posts, go to the class Ning and write a post of your own. Tell us which post you liked best and why. Include a link to that post.

6 comments:

Melville Intermediate, New Zealand said...

Mr C - I want to salute you again for your fantastic effort with this networking. I have left a comment on all the listed blogs and worked through them with my kids - who loved them! Wonderful stuff as always. I may be possibly your biggest fan.
Mr Webb, Melville Intermediate School, Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand.

AGUSTIN FROM MR. MILLERS CLASS said...

Hi Mr. C. One of youre students that his name is justin posted a comment to our blog. So I thought it would be cool sending you guys a comment back. I saw youre camera in the computer lab it looks like it. Last night all of the ones that are in Mr. Millers class saw in the morning and the lights were on but we didn't see anyone. Later we went to youre blog again and the lights were off and we figured out that nabody was there and that school was over.

BUH BYE

Kayla,Tuscon Arizona said...

Hi Mr.C's class im Kayla from
Mr.Millers class thanks for going to our blog just so you know
our blog is Room25online we are tring to get 2,500 hits on our cluster map and if we do than we donot get no more homework for the rest of the year but thats only if
we get 2,500! BYE

braelynn said...

hi im braelynn im from mr millers class i have my own blog mabye you guys can come cheack it out some time our class is trying to get as many dots as you guys on the clustr maps and when you go on my blog will you tell some of your friends so i can get more dots and thank you for goin on my classes blog

shyanne said...

thank u this morning we watched your class ttttttttttthhhhhhhhhhhhaaaaaaaaaaaannnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu have a good night mr millers class love shyanne

Larisa Tarasevich said...

Dear students,
Thank you for your comments in our blog. They are very important for my students.
In the first term I taught my students to create their blogs.Next month we are going to leave comments in our parters' blogs. They study English only for the second year and there are two problems to solve for them First - foreign language, second - technological one.
My students visit IT classroom once a week.
You do so much interesting projects. I like the video of your trip. The tradition of ribbons is great. I don't know about it earlier.
Best regards,
Ms.Tarasevich