Audio Links, Video Links and Writing
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Just Published! Ms. Kott's Class - Miriam School, Webster Groves, MO
Click to Read the PDF Booklet
Ms. Stoolman's Class - Korea International School - Bundang, South Korea
Mrs. Cody's and Ms. Coplan's 6th Grade - St. Paul School, Macomb, Illinois
Mr. Ferguson's incredible 4th graders and their 3D Work from New Hampshire! (skype lafayette41)
Go to Mr. Ferguson's Blog and see the whole Slideshow.
|Mrs. O'Neal's 4th Grade Poetry
More Kid poems - Follow the Link
Mrs. Berkman's 5th Grade Flying Purple People Eaters - Voyager Academy - Durham, NC
Mrs. Hechler's Monster Workers!
Western Elementary in Barry, Illinois
We were able to track down a long lost birth
certificate at Frankenstein University Medical Center. It seems the birth
records were located in the Morgue. This makes sense since the Monsters
are rebuilt from body parts of the dead. Anyway our Monsterís name is Mrs.
Frisby. It turns out that she was actually born at the National Institute of
Mental Health (NIMH). We just finished reading Mrs. Frisby and the
Rats of NIMH. It's Newbery Award winner.
"The novel relates the plight of a
widowed field mouse, Mrs. Frisby, who seeks the aid of a group of former
laboratory rats in rescuing her home from destruction by a farmer's plow, and of
the history of the rats' escape from the laboratory and development of a
literate and technological society.The work was inspired by the research of Dr.
John B. Calhoun on mice and rat population dynamics at the National
Institute of Mental Health." (Source: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mrs._Frisby_and_the_Rats_of_NIMH)
Jack Millers Pre-K Class - Paramus, New Jersey Bergen Community College Child Development Center
In a creepy forest, you will find Mr. Ostrich; Muddy-eye, to his friends, walking his 3 dogs and 4 cats, all of which are named Hello Kitty. Muddy-eye may look scary, but he's a friendly monster who lives in a spooky, drippy cave under a big willow tree. Mr. Ostrich likes to fly airplanes with his monster friends from place to place and help little children wash their hands. At naptime, Muddy-eye and his friends like to sing children to sleep. When he is hungry he eats marshmallows and socks; he likes juice boxes.