Mrs. Moore's Class Blog

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March 10, 2017
by Mrs. Moore

Meet Our Wild Selves!

#17stubc: Week 1 – Activity 1 & 2

We are kicking off the Student Blogging Challenge with individual about me pages and adding our own personal avatars! On the #17stubc website, Mrs. Moore found an interesting website called Digital Tools for Teachers, and we are ecstatic she did! On that website she found Build Your Wildself.

Mrs. Moore shared one Google Slides through Google Classroom for all of us to collaboratively edit. We each added to one slide our about me and our avatar. Check out our results!


Here are our recommendations for the Build Your Wildself website.

Why I Recommend Build Your Wildself

By Destiny

I recommend build your wild self because you can be normal and you can be half animal AND also you can be a whole animal! I put myself as a normal person because I didn’t want to be a half monster or a whole monster. Some of my classmates wanted to be funny, and they made their self funny.

By Leslie

I would recommend it because you can look funny, you can look normal, and you can look like an animal. You can change the color of your shirt, hair, pants, and other things. It was a fun way to express yourself.

By Peyton and Brendon

Our first reason we would recommend it, it is cool because you get to create what you want. Our second, reason we would recommend it is because you can make super heros and normal people. We liked given our characters super powers! The last, reason  we think it is great is because you can send it to your friend!

We think you should give it a try!

Tell us something about you! 

October 5, 2016
by Mrs. Moore

About Us

#16stubc: Activity 2

We have signed up for the Student Blogging Challenge! We have accomplished our first challenge, updating our about us page! Read below to learn a little more about us.


We are a 3rd grade class in Arizona, USA. We spend our day learning new things by working in groups, working with partners, or working on our own. We learn with the teacher, each other, and using our Chromebooks! This year we are one-to-one in our class. We are also very excited to communicate with students from all over the world through our blog.

Our favorites:

  • Sports: Football, cheer, basketball, swimming, wrestling, soccer, softball, volleyball, baseball, and air hockey.
  • Hobbies: Shoot bows and arrows, bowling drawing, horse riding, riding bikes, play soccer with siblings, swimming, coloring, and jumping on a trampoline.
  • Books: Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Hero Brian Goes to School, Humphrey series, Fox and Socks, Black Lagoon series, Minecraft, Flat Stanley series, Dear Dumb Diary, Goosebumps Series, and Pokemon.
  • Food: Pizza, carrots, Subway sandwiches, ice cream, bananas, cookies, cake, donuts, orange chicken, and oranges.
  • Apps: Clash Royal, Angry Birds, Roblox, Minecraft, and Super Heros
  • Games: Sumdog, Prodigy, Shoots and Ladders, Four Squares, Hangman, Mario Brothers, Pokemon, and Heads-up 7-up.
  • Movies/TV Shows: TMNT, Pixels, Nine Lives, Garfield, Goosebumps, Alvin and the Chipmunks, and Home Alone.

Please leave a comment if you’d like to share your favorites! 

March 6, 2015
by Mrs. Moore

Our New Class Blog Voki!

Student Blogging Challenge: Week 1 – Activity 8 (continued)

This week we created avatars using Our plan was to use one of them as our new sidebar voki to help share our blog. We opened up the voting to all kids in 3rd grade using Google Form as a survey, and anyone else who would like to leave a comment. With exactly 60 votes, the results are in, and the winner is…

A tie!! Congratulations Leonardo and Angelina! We will be putting one voki on our sidebar and the other on our permanent ‘About Us’ page.

Our runner up was Christilyn!

Good job to for all participating students. Now, what are some other ways we could use vokis in our class?

March 5, 2015
by Mrs. Moore

Creating Avatars Using Vokis

Student Blogging Challenge: Week 1 Activity 8

The students in our class are creating a new avatar for our blog using Voki. We are going to post 10 of these and let you help choose which one should make the final cut!  Students from our school may visit the ‘Links We Love’ page and take the Google Form survey, if not, leave a comment to let us know. Thanks for your help with this big decision.

By Angelina

By Leonardo

By Daisy

By Isaiah

By Christilyn

By Logan

By Rodrigo

By Aryana

By Tegan

By Oryion

December 3, 2014
by Mrs. Moore

Edublog Awards!

This morning our class got some exciting news. We have been nominated for an Edublog Award for Best Class Blog 2014! We feel very honored to be nominated, and would like to thank all of our fellow bloggers and friends who nominated us. If you would like to continue supporting us, and check out some of the other nominees (one of them being Ms. Myers’ class next door), this can be done two ways.

  1. If you are over the age of 13, vote here at Best Class Blog 2014.
  2. If you are under the age of 13, you can vote as a class here.

There are also several other categories to vote on. A list can be found at Edublog Awards 2014. We think you should check these out, you never know what great blogs you will discover!

Remember you can vote daily! 

Thank you again for your support! 

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