Friday, December 3, 2010
Summary for C4K #8,#9,#10,#11
C4K #9 We are a class of 29 Year 6/7 students in the beautiful Adelaide Hills, South Australia. Our school is an International Baccalaureate school and we are part of the Middle Years Program Hello Bethany, My name is Malissa and I am a student at The University of South Alabama in the U.S. and my instructor Dr. Strange assigned your blog for me to comment on and I so glad he did because I read of your recent flight to Queensland and think it sounded like so much fun. As a matter of fact I just got back from a flight I took to Milwaukee, WI it is way north of me about 1,087 miles or so. It was not as nice as your getaway because it sounds like you really had an adventure going to all those different attractions and amusement parks. Where I went it was just plain cold in the 30's and I am not used to that. Well I hope you have more fabulous adventures in the future and remember to try and take pictures for your memories in the future. Have fun on your next adventure and stay safe and well.
Mrs. Huebner's Class C4K #10 was to comment on another recent post done by a student and her name is Sydney and her post was about the snow that was heading to New Zealand. She seemed very excited about it. So my response was: Hello, I am a student at the University of South Alabama and I do not live where it snows. I used to live in Toledo, OH and it definitely snows there I like the snow but when it melts it gets messy, but when it is falling it is beautiful.
C4K #11 I was assigned to comment on a particular blog post and it happened to be a student named Bennett. His class was participating in a hands-on learning experiment that sounds memorable. Ms. Naugle's 5th grade class in New Orleans, LA Hello there Bennett, I am a student at the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama. I bet your project helped you learn a little more about pumpkins since you were able to make predictions and then use the actual pumpkin to get your answers. I never knew a pumpkin had that many seeds. I think putting them into groups of 10 would have definitely helped me keep track of all those pumpkin seeds. I see you were able to take the seeds home and I was wondering if you planted them or baked any of them to eat?