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We are a 6th grade class that is piloting a 1:1 laptop program using MacBook computers. We blog, Skype, make Wiki pages, produce digital videos, podcasts and vidcasts.

by Karla

teacher: Brian Crosby

Blog Entries
The Moon Facts!!!!! 04/01/09
Pluto Fact Pharagragh 03/31/09
Skyping New Zealand! 03/25/09
03/23/09
Spiders! 03/06/09
02/27/09
02/13/09
02/12/09
02/12/09
02/12/09
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02/04/09
02/04/09
01/23/09
01/23/09
01/16/09
01/16/09
01/16/09
12/19/08
12/03/08
My Mom The Frog Summary 10/24/08
My Trip To Scheels! 10/24/08
Skypeing With Maryland!! 10/22/08
DEAR, SENATOR OBAMA AND McCain! 10/13/08
INTERNET SAFTEY!! =) 10/08/08
Seven Random Facts About Me!!! 10/02/08
09/24/08
My Favorite Holidays! 04/18/08
Skyping With Our Partners 03/27/08
03/27/08
03/27/08
02/28/08
02/26/08
02/15/08
02/08/08
02/05/08
01/17/08
01/16/08
12/19/07
12/06/07
The Day Our Class Got Broken Into 12/04/07
Our Thanksgiving Feast 11/21/07
Christmas 11/16/07
11/08/07
When The Camera Crew Came 10/25/07
09/27/07
05/02/07
05/02/07
04/20/07
Getting A PSP For Chritmas 04/13/07
04/02/07
01/26/07
01/18/07
squaw valley observation deck poem 12/19/06

The cool thing about spiders is that they are invertebrates which means that they do not have backbones. Another thing is that spiders are not insects. Many people think they are related to the insect family but they are not. They are related to the Arachnid family. Did you know that there are more than 30,000 species of spiders. Most spiders have at least six legs or eight. Spiders’s babies come from eggs which means they are oviparous. And The last thing is there is over 100 families in the spiders.





 

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