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New Year's Resolutions
Hi students of roomtwelve.com,
(if you want to see your name, click on "Room Twelve" over on the right - your blogs are all there!)
It's New Year's Day, and many people are busy making New Year's Resolutions: like watching less TV, losing weight, learning something new, and so on. They are usually about making yourself better in some way.
I have a couple of resolutions. In 2008 I'm going to spend more time writing on my blog (this one, too), and I'm going to spend more time outside every day - rain or shine. I'm not going to say exactly how many articles I'm going to write, or how many minutes I'll be outside, but I AM going to do more of both.
So... do you have a resolution or two for 2008? If you do, and would like to share, please send in an article from home before school starts up on January 7th. It will count as EC (extra credit)! You'll see a "Teacher Assignment" for it over on the left side of this blog.
So, to get started on the outside thing, I'm headed off to the Washington Coast for a few days with my wife. There's no phone or Internet, so I'll be checking your articles on Sat. or Sun. Happy New Year! - Mr. A.
Article posted January 1, 2008 at 05:10 PM •
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Happy New Year Room 12! I'd like to thank you for the comments on behalf of the students at PT Coe in Phoenix, AZ. I know they truly appreciate them. My New Year's resolution is to find more time to have the students blog and comment more. Some have asked about NetSmartz and why my students want to do it on the computer. NetSmartz is free and teaches mainly about online safety. It can be an online activity or it can be downloaded to the computer by your teacher. This link if for teachers. http://www.netsmartz.org/education/
Students can go to http://www.netsmartzkids.org/indexFL.htm for the online games and activities. I think everyone should have NetSmartz! Mrs. Scott
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