Mrs. G -- Blogmeister
 Teachers We are a group of 7th graders from Colorado who want to practice our writing and communication skills. We are excited to expand the walls of our classroom and collaborate with other classes! Please leave us comments and your blog URL, so we can respond back to you!
 by Mrs. G teacher: Mrs. Lubich
Class Assignments
 • Review of Vocab 05/20 • International Townne 01/27 • Mystery Story Move Radio Ad 12/17 • Thanks & Giving! 11/18 • It's a Mystery 11/04 • Your Take on a Current Event 10/28 • Books? 10/21 • Dain Blanton & Goals 10/09 • Your Choice! 09/23 • Can You Do The Math? 09/18 • Funniest Thing! 09/10 • 7 Random Facts 08/27
Blog Entries
2013-2014 7 Random Facts 09/23/13
7 Random Facts 2012-13 08/29/12
7 Random Facts 2011 09/01/11
What I remember 02/08/11
Fox Run Field trip 09/21/10
Funniest and somewhat embarassing... 09/07/10
7 Random Facts 2010 09/07/10
Mahalo (thank you) 12/01/09
7 Random Facts 10/05/09
Trust in today's culture 03/11/09
Show All
 Three things I am thankful for... 12/04/08 What do you really see? 11/10/08 Hooked on Blogging 10/06/08 Books 10/02/08 Brochure information 10/02/08 7 Things 10/02/08 I'm on Board! 09/13/08 Expectations 09/13/08

Math? Huh?
Once I saw the videos about math, I understood exactly what he was doing wrong. He had twenty-eight donuts and he thought that seven times thirteen is twenty-eight. Therefore, when he showed the other people on the chalk board, He divided seven into twenty-eight and he got one for the first step. Then, he “re-used” the two from before. That gave him twenty-one. After that he stated that seven goes into twenty-one, three times. That’s how he got thirteen. In math you just can’t “re-use” numbers. If it can’t go in to one number, you move on and continue the equation. He messed up, so the officers will get less donuts than what they were expecting.
Article posted September 22, 2011 at 08:37 PM • comment • Reads 54 • Return to Blog List