Blog Challenge 2012

Blog Challenge

Click the above link to check out all of the classes from around the world in the Blogging Challenge 2012. We would love to hear from as many classrooms as possible. Please leave us comments and we look forward to visiting your blogs as well!

Some questions to answer:
1. What country are you from?
2. What grade are you in?
3. What is your school like?
4. How many students are in your classroom?
5. Tell us something you are learning about right now.

Also, check out our individual student blogs in the margin on the right. We really want to connect to as many classrooms as possible. Here is a little info about our class:

Grade: fourth
State: Missouri
Mrs. Heckstetter teaches us science and reading!
We have 8 green anoles for classroom pets (lizards).
We are working in science on a unit studying food chains and webs.
We are currently reading the book “The Cricket in Times Square”.
We love to learn!

**Students in room 16:
Here is your challenge:
1. See if you can find our blog on the list.

2. Click on another blog on the list, and leave a comment on that blog. Make thoughtful, kind compliments as if the students were in our classroom.

3. Come back here and tell us about the blog you commented on. What country is it in? Which grade are the students in? What did you comment on?

9 thoughts on “Blog Challenge 2012

  1. Dana Wunder // Mar 5, 2012 at 6:28 am (Edit)

    Good morning!
    I am not sure were to post our week 1 blogging challenge activity, so I thought I would post it here:

    This blog is used by students in 19 different schools who need a challenge during the school day! To meet us, you can read some of our bitstrips bio-poems!

    Grade 3 and 4′s: http://www.bitstripsforschools.com/g/X3K

    Grade 5 and 6′s: http://www.bitstripsforschools.com/g/J9QV

    Grade 7 and 8′s: http://www.bitstripsforschools.com/g/79QV

  2. Hello again!
    I thought I would answer the questions above for my students!
    1. What country are you from? Waterloo Region, Ontario Canada. The 19 Schools I work with are in Kitchener, Wellesley, New Hamburg, Baden and New Dundee!
    2. What grade are you in? Students working on the blog are from grade 4 – 8
    3. What is your school like? I will let the students comment on this, since there are so many different schools in different parts of our region!
    4. How many students are in your classroom? Working on the blog there are approximately 120 students:)
    5. Tell us something you are learning about right now. I will let the students let you know about this part!!

  3. 1.We are from Taradale in New Zealand.
    2.We are both year 4’s at Arthur Miller School
    3.We have about 300 students, 2 big fields and 2 cool playgrounds at our school.
    4.We have 27 kids in our class and we are in room 9.
    5.We are learning about Extreme Exploration, Antarctic explorers.

      1. Sorry guys, I have just had a chance to check your reply. My students get a 20 minute break mid-morning and a one hour break for lunch. Some of my students will give you a more detailed reply soon. 🙂
        Mr. Maloney Room 9 Arthur Miller School

    1. Hy im tony from Missouri can I give you a few questions .

      Do you like beeing in Taradale,New Zealand or not ?

      Whats your favrite fruit ?

      Is your class noisey ?

      Whats a cool feature to the cool playgrounds ?

      Does your school have band or orchestra?

      Please visit our blog at mrsheckstettersblog.edublogs.org

      1. Hi Tony, I am Mr. Maloney, the teacher of Room 9 at Arthur Miller School. I will have some of my students reply to your questions as soon as they are back in class, Monday 12th March. 🙂

      2. 1. I do like being in Taradale New Zealand.
        2. My favourite fruit is apples.
        3. My class is noisy sometimes.
        4.My schools playgrounds have a train monkey bars.
        5.Yes our school have singing clubs.

  4. Some questions to answer:
    1. What country are you from?
    Australia
    2. What grade are you in?
    I teach grade 3 and 4
    3. What is your school like?
    We have 8 classes and just under 200 students. The students have specialist subjects in PE, Music, Art and Science.
    4. How many students are in your classroom?
    I have3 23 lovely students in my class.
    5. Tell us something you are learning about right now.
    We have just started learning about Australia! The States, Capital Cities, emblems and flags.

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