Rachel, who is now a 9th grader, created this poster over the weekend for a geneology project assigned in her French 2 class at Casady. “The Family of Twilight” (CC BY 2.0) by Wesley Fryer She wrote and typed the script she will share in class tomorrow, and agreed to audio record it for me with English translations tonight. (And she agreed to
Here are a couple posters Rachel created recently for her first week back at school, and first week as a high school freshman. Here’s a poster she created for French class about her summer holidays / vacation / break. That’s a great looking skyline of Seattle, Washington! “My Break (in French)” (CC BY 2.0) by Wesley Fryer Here is another poster she created,
This is a presentation I did for my computer class.
Okay. I stumbled upon this video, and it’s absolutely amazing! By the youtube channel named Vi Hart, this video is kind of a skit narrated by a kid in math class. The kid is doodling, and creates some amazing drawings! If you watch the whole video….. you will be enlightened. WITH MATH ART DRAGON ENLIGHTMENT INSPIRAION SKILLZ
I recently made a skin on the skindex for minecraft. The skindex is a skin editor and it uploads it for you. A skin is basicly just a file of how you look online. Pixel Art! You can see the link to my skin here:http://www.minecraftskins.com/skin/7332452/tumblr-girl-xx/ It took about 3 days to make, but I was very happy with my ending
Rachel created this 2 minute video with a classmate for their 6th Grade History Day Project. Their topic was “The Oregon Trail.” She edited on her iPhone5.
This is an I Wonder episode on the channel Wonder Quest by Stampy! It’s all about learning and imagining!
Yay I made a new video!!!! In this episode of Scandinavia we make the chest room. 🙂
Hee hee I am posting this at school right now with my friends! Btw I Will be posting another minecraft lets play video today on my channel. Bye bye lovies!
Today in my STEM class I showed an amazing video of eruptions from the Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii. This was one of our “curiosity links” for this week. In one class, student questions about how lava cools led me to discuss “lava tubes” and show this photo of a lava tube which I took in 2009 when our family visited