Think about your time here at Bancroft (or your time in elementary school if you’ve recently joined us. Think about this year in Room 11. What are some memories that you have that you’d like to share? What things have you done and learned? What people have you met, and what friendships have you made? How has this prepared you for what’s ahead? What hopes do you have about the future? What concerns do you have?

Please write a paragraph of 5 sentences answering some or all of the questions above in the comment box below.

Week 35: Open House

Hello parents, and welcome to our classroom! Here are some of the things we do online that students wanted to share with you:

  1. We sometimes write on our blogs. You can find them in first column to the right under “Our Blogs”;
  2. We do activities related to what we’re studying. You can find those in the first column to the right organized by subject;
  3. We answer questions here on this blog. Here are some suggestions we made about what we should share with you;
  4. We go to this blog most Thursdays. Please leave a comment here on the blog about what you saw (remember, do not use any student names your child will tell you what their screen name is);

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  • A note about the writing on our blog…

    This blog includes writing from elementary students, and shows work at all stages from first to final drafts.

    Work with this logo:

    has been edited once.

    Work with this logo:

    is in a final form.

    We do this to show the whole writing process, and hope you enjoy seeing how we learn.

  • Rules for the Computers and Blog

    1. Treat them right, and they will treat you right. Be gentle and take care of them.
    2. Do not share personal information online. Don't share passwords with others online.
    3. Work on building a community, try to help and support others. If you don't have something nice to say, you shouldn't say it.
    4. Use language, spelling, and grammar appropriate (correct) for school.
    5. Go only to online sites you are sent to. Always check before going somewhere that is not on a list of links from your teacher.
    6. If you change someone else's work (like on a wiki) make sure it's to improve the work, not to be mean or take revenge.
    7. Get educated, get learning, but have fun while you're doing it.
  • License

    All student work is copyright protected ©. Please help me reinforce to my students that they should respect the law, by honoring that license.

    Ms. Mercer's text, lessons, graphics, etc., are licensed under a
    Creative Commons License Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

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