3. Mary from Pt England School was instructed to pick three small cards, an adjective, a verb and an adverb to write three made up sentences. Each time using the same set of cards and keeping the same essential meaning. The sentences she wrote, she highlighted the different words in a different color showing where the same word was used in each sentence. I thought the three sentences was a very creative use of the words meanings.
4. Tyler's post was an interesting one about the three footprints we have: the physical footprint, the digital footprint and the ecological footprint.
5. Shayne had created a toondoo about compromising when solving a problem. This was pretty cool because at the time I wasn't aware we could do that kind of thing on our blog.
6. Michael posted about a lego fort that sounded really cool so I gave him a link or two that would show him more cool lego combinations for the collection.
7. Anthony blogged about a group project him and a few of his classmates did in his math class. He guessed there were 20 seeds in his pumpkin, but there was really 430. They also weighed the pumpkin, not sure if it was before or after the seeds were removed but it sounded like a fun project.