About Our Class

We are a class of students from Arizona, U.S.A. This blog was started in 2011. It started as a fifth grade class blog, then it was a third grade blog, and for the 2014-15 school year it will be a fifth grade blog again!

 

2013-14 Classroom Norms

On our first day of school this year, we discussed what we’d like our classroom to look, sound, and feel like. After our discussion, we decided that we wanted our class to be a place where we could have challenges, explore new ideas, be creative, use technology, and make connections with other people.

With these goals in mind, we decided on a set of classroom norms.  Norms are statements of how everyone, both the teacher and the students, should act in our class.

This year, our norms were inspired by a post on great blog called Venspired Learning.  These are the norms which we have posted in our classroom, and which we have all agreed to follow this year:

In Our Classroom

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  1. G’day Mrs Hamman and students,
    Thanks for registering for the March 2012 student blogging challenge. Make sure you visit the blog every week beginning early March, when the first challenge will be published. If you want a reminder sent to your email each week, use the “Subscribe by email” on the right sidebar of the blog. Also make sure you visit blogs from other classes around the world with similar ages.

    Miss W or tasteach – challenge organizer

  2. I think your blog is really nice !

  3. I really like the blog I wish I would have been here in the beginning of the year so I could have made one too.

  4. G’day Mrs Hamman and students,
    Thanks for registering early for the September 2012 blogging challenge. Make sure you visit the blog every week starting 9th September, when the first challenge will be published. If you want a reminder sent to your email each week, use the “Subscribe by email” on the right sidebar of the blog. Also make sure you visit blogs from other classes around the world with similar ages.

    If you have any great ideas for activities in the challenge, please leave a comment at this link. Many of the challenges will relate specifically to certain subject areas.

    Miss W or tasteach – challenge organizer

  5. Hi i like your clips they are fantastic.What is the weather like?
    Have you got class pets?We have chickins.Do you do karate?
    What clubs do you have?When do you start school and when do you finish?Do you like your school?Do you have a big
    play ground?Have you got a libraray?Do you go swimming with school?What is your topic?Do you colect anything?Do you like football?Do you have a school motow?Are your techers funny?
    from summer at Norbridge bye.:-)

  6. Hi Mrs Hamman and students.
    My name is Charlee and I live in Tasmania, Australia. Its pretty cold here, is it hot where you lot are? I’ve heard it is, well read it is. Is it? My friend and I were wondering if you have TimTams over there? I really want to travel when I get older, would you recommend Arizona? Thanks :)

    • Hi Charlee! Thank you for your comment. We’ve had a nice mild winter here but now that it’s almost spring the weather will be heating up soon. Arizona is a great place to visit! It’s hot in the desert parts where we live in the summer but there are lots of places in the north that are cool all year—the Grand Canyon, for one example. Where would you suggest we visit if we came to Tasmania?

      Yes, we’ve seen TimTams in some stores here. Not many of us have tried them, though. The most popular cookie where we live is the Orea. Do you have those in Australia?

      Sincerely,
      Mrs. Hamman’s Class

  7. G’day Mrs Hamman and kids,

    Thanks for registering for the September 2013 blogging challenge. Make sure you visit the blog every week starting 8th September, when the first challenge is published.

    If you want a reminder sent to your email each week, use the “Subscribe by email” on the right sidebar of the challenge blog.

    Also make sure you visit blogs from other classes around the world with similar ages – see list in blog header.

    Feel free to add the 2013 badge to your blog.

    Miss W or tasteach – challenge organizer

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  10. Hello Mrs Hamman and all in your third grade!

    My name is Mr Brown and I teach a mixed grade three and four class in a small school just outside of Exeter, in England.

    I came across your blog and wanted to let you know how fantastic it is (particularly your venspired post!).

    Willow Class (that’s the name of our class) will certainly be looking at your work over the coming year.

    Please feel free to have a look at us too – we have quite a new site but hope you may enjoy it.

    Thank you!

    Mr Brown
    http://mrbrownwhimple.wordpress.com/

    • Hello Mr. Brown! Thank you for your comment. We have added your blog to our blogroll and we are looking forward to following your class this year. Some of us looked at your curriculum page and it led to a discussion in our class about what a “Victorian” is! That was a new word for most of our class.

      Regards,
      Mrs. Hamman’s Class

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  13. What a great blog you have! So filled with learning and wonder. We are just starting to blog in 2014 at Tipperary Station School and have added your class to our blogroll!

    http://jasmineshannon.edublogs.org/about-us/

    • Thank you for your comment! We’ve added you to our blogroll and look forward to following you on your blogging journey!

  14. Dear Mrs. Hamman
    I really like how you describe your class.
    I think your class is really cool.
    I wonder what kind of stuff you do in your class.

    from Miranda
    from ms seitz class
    digitalvoices.edublogsorg

  15. G’day Mrs Hamman and students,

    Thanks for registering for the March 2014 blogging challenge. Make sure you visit the blog every week starting 9th March, when the first challenge is published.

    If you want a reminder sent to your email each week, use the “Subscribe by email” on the right sidebar of the challenge blog.

    Also make sure you visit blogs from other classes around the world with similar ages – see list in blog header.

    Feel free to add the 2014 badge to your blog.

    Miss W or tasteach – challenge organizer

    PS If using blogger platform, please have Name/URL as an option when leaving comments. If using kidblog, make sure readers can view posts and comments.

  16. Dear Mrs Hamman and students,

    Both myself and my Year 5 students look forward to hearing, reading and seeing all that you are up to in your class.

    Miss Smith and the students of 5W, Sydney Australia

    http://misssmithclassroom.edublogs.org/

  17. Hello Mrs Hamman and class
    I am a teacher in Melbourne Australia and many of our students are doing the blogging challenge this year. Mrs Hamman is the mentor for some of them has has left lovely comments.
    We are busy with the first challenge.
    Thanks for connecting to us

    Mrs C

  18. Hi Mrs Hammons class. I am a student at Selwyn House Christchurch New Zealand.
    I was wondering if you would like to do quad blogging? Your blog’s class looks amazing :)
    Check out our blog at: 8cshs@blogspot.com

    Thanks,
    Anna

  19. It is a cool book to read. It is fun book to read. It will be fun to be in the ball.

  20. Dear Mrs.Hamman

    I want to do earth day more and more.Why do we have earth week instead of earth day?Oh,and I’ve been studying my division and now I know ones and I’m learning sevens with my dad,we’ll I am going to learn sevens in one week.

    • Hi Jordyn! We do Earth Week because there’s too much to learn in just one day. I think we could probably learn about how to help the earth all year, don’t you? I’m glad you’re working on division! What is 35 divided by 7? Tell me at school. :)

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