Archive for the Student Bloggers 2011-2012 Category



Science Night 2011

Posted in Melissa, Rudy, Science | 9 Comments »

The following article and Animoto was created by Sarah, Melissa, Rudy, Bailey, and Heath. Enjoy! On December 12, 2011, our school had a “Science Night”. These are some of the awesome activities we did that night. The Phoenix Zoo came to the school and brought 4 desert animals.  The first animal they showed us was […]

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Couponing for our Community

Posted in Community, Edublogs Student Challenge, Nicolas, Rudy, Soledad | 4 Comments »

by student bloggers Nicolas and Soledad, and photographer Rudy, written for Edublogs Student Challenge #6: Global Issues  How do coupons benefit the consumer? How much money can you save on one shopping trip? These are the questions we are asked to explore in our coupon project. Our coupon project can help Project Help by getting household items […]

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Family Participation

Posted in Edublogs Student Challenge, Rudy, Soledad | 11 Comments »

by student bloggers Rudy and Soledad for Blogging Challenge #8: Are you connecting? We are in different fourth grade classes and this our first year involved in blogging. “I like that we get to meet a lot of new friends on the Internet,” says Soledad. Rudy added, “I like that you get to see a […]

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Reasoning on Resources

Posted in Edublogs Student Challenge, Melissa, Richard G., Science | 8 Comments »

by Izabell, Melissa, and Richard G. Our class wrote a post last week about Arizona’s Natural Resources. Our challenge this week, is to be creative with our blog post. So, we used the ShowMe App on the iPad to create our post. Turn up your volume and listen to our discussion on the 5C’s: What […]

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Pueblo in the Southwest

Posted in Edublogs Student Challenge, Kimberly, Social Studies & Culture, Student Bloggers 2011-2012, Will | 25 Comments »

by Kimberly and Will Our Edublogs Student Challenge #4 is to share what we want to learn more about and why. We chose to learn more about the Pueblo culture because we might learn about our own culture, and who inhabited our country before we became the United States. The Pueblo lived in the “four […]

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