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 Robert's Rock'n Blog 0809 We are a fourth grade class on Long Island, New York. We are using this blog as a resource for online expression and communication of topics that we are exploring inside and outside of our classroom.

Assignments
 08/16 06/22 06/02 05/28 05/19 05/11 05/07 04/27 03/30 03/23 03/17 03/03 02/23 02/09 02/02 01/26 01/20 01/14 01/05 12/15 12/08

Blog Entries
 6/23 Our Final Blog Assignment 6/2 The Art of Imagination 5/27 Our Best Assignment Yet 5/20 The Blog of Independence 5/12 The War Blog 5/5 From Goals To Acomplishments 4/30 Some Student 4/1 My Answers 3/24 Just Like The Old Days 3/19 The Musical Trip 3/5 Vacation (maybe not) 2/23 A Good Idea 2/11 Report Cards Mean NOTHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 2/2 Eletricity, EEEEEEEEEEElectricity 1/26 The Eletricity Blog 1/22 The Blog That May Someday Change The World 1/15 Tips for taking the ELA 1/5 Happy New Blog 12/17 The Biggest Movie Blog Ever! 12/9 My #1 Role Model 11/20 My First Trip Blog 11/4 A Shirt Blog 10/28 The Blog of Halloween 10/20 The Character Trait Blog 10/15 A Question Blog 10/9 Blogs Are the Best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! List 25, 50, all

The Eletricity Blog Ouch! You may hear this if someone gets shocked. Today, this blog’s topic is electricity. Today my class got to see a presentation from a man who works for LIPA (Long Island Power Authority). He told us how electricity is DANGEROUS, safety tips, and how to avoid getting shocked. My class leaned that electricity is always looking for a path to the ground, and if it has to go through you, it will and you will get shocked. We also learned that if something is touching a wire, and you’re touching it and the ground, electricity found a path to the ground and you will get shocked. Also, we learned that if a socket is meant for two plugs don’t put more than two plugs in it. I think that his presentation was very informative and cool to learn facts about electricity that I did not know. I would get the information out to the students who were not at the presentation by doing a writing piece on it. So now you know some information about electricity, and remember if you hear someone say ouch, they might have gotten an electrical shock, and how to be safe from getting an electrical shock. So what do I usually say now, oh right, bye.

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