To reduce the amount of time that I need to spend talking in the first few days, please show your children the following routines videos. These are the three critical routines that just help the day go. See you all… Continue Reading
Use the following links to find the information needed for today’s math project. You may have to dig a bit, the information will not appear with flashing lights around it. https://www.census.gov/schools/facts/ https://www.ers.usda.gov/data-products/state-fact-sheets/ http://www.statemaster.com/index.php https://www.allcountries.org/uscensus/411_normal_monthly_and_annual_precipitation_selected.html
I found a TedEd video about genetics. Helped me understand it a bit more.
https://padlet.com/chris_mason1/d8a6fx2scc0n Follow the link above and then wait for directions as to what to do next.
Welcome to Edublogs. Today we start the process of becoming bloggers, online writers of sorts. For today we are covering comments. The reason you post something online is for other people to engage with it and leave comments, thoughts, and… Continue Reading
Below are the links to the routine videos that my class made last year. See if you can come in the first day pretty familiar with them. It will reduce the time I spend talking and explaining in the first… Continue Reading
Follow this link to post your favorite poems from our first day of poetry. https://padlet.com/chris_mason1/g7twql9lqgsj
https://padlet.com/chris_mason1/lyedzjhdkdel Follow the link above to access the Padlet activity.
In the comments section of this post, say what is your favorite part of the I Have a Dream speech and WHY. Your post should not be fewer than 3 complete sentences. You will need to advance the Prezi to… Continue Reading