Total Results: 11

Oswin Short Jun 4, 2021

Jun 4, 2021

Easy but professional way of being a webmaster

Being a webmaster is an opportunity to become an important professional in every company, but you need to get very skilled and get a bunch of well-made tools to work with everything you can get from your employer. If you ask me, I will tell you from ...

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Michelle Cooper Sep 26, 2017

Sep 26, 2017

Keep your students WONDERing with Buncee & Wonderopolis

Remember when students asked five hundred questions a day? Children start out their academic careers insatiably curious. They wonder how grass smells, how far away is the sun, and are giants real? Sometimes, it is hard to keep up with all those ...

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Renee Cunningham Jun 13, 2016

Jun 13, 2016

A Journey of Wonder

This year my co-worker and I decided on a BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal)...we were going to try to connect classes in our school with an author/expert/class/SOMETHING in each of the 50 states. This is a big goal, but even bigger considering we are ...

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Delsia Malone Mar 8, 2016

Mar 8, 2016

Ways to Get My Geniuses Wondering

Recently, I participated in my first #WonderChat as a Wonder Lead Ambassador. The chat was moderated by Wonderopolis and Geniushour. I learned so much from so many educators around the globe! I recall thinking to myself that all of the participants ...

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Robyn Thiessen Mar 8, 2016

Mar 8, 2016

How an ice cream headache made me fall in love with Wonderopolis.

I loved to see that other Wonder Leads felt that becoming a Wonder Lead was a dream come true because I felt exactly the same way!! I have used Wonderopolis in my classroom for the past four years. Wondering, creating and building a culture of ...

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Sarah Nicols Dec 21, 2012

Dec 21, 2012

Up in the sky! It’s a bird, it’s a plane…no! It’s a Supermoon!

What is a “supermoon”? One of my friends posted a link to this article today (http://yhoo.it/Kt5iZE), and it got me thinking….what is a supermoon? I had never heard about this phenomenon, so I decided to do a little digging. Here’s what I ...

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Caplin Family Dec 21, 2012

Dec 21, 2012

Skyping with Kate Messner

Our class creating the original size of the American Flag. I remember reading Capture the Flag in July and knowing immediately it would be our first read aloud of the school year.  I told my 5th grade colleagues about the ...

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Phillips Family Nov 24, 2012

Nov 24, 2012

Connecting With Wonder Lead Jon Fines' Class Via Skype

Last weekend, I emailed fellow Wonderopolis Wonder Lead and kindergarten teacher, Jon Fines to see if he would have time to Skype on Monday or Tuesday.  My students had been working on some Thanksgiving readers theaters and I wanted to give ...

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Phillips Family Oct 14, 2012

Oct 14, 2012

Discussing Wonders via Skype

Last week, my class was fortunate to connect with Mrs. Rosenquist's 2nd grade class on Long Island in New York.  Each class took a few minutes to share some information about where we were from, our schools and classrooms.  The conversation then ...

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Phillips Family Oct 6, 2012

Oct 6, 2012

Meeting Todd Parr via Skype

A little over a week ago, the second grade students at our school had the honor of meeting children's author and illustrator, Todd Parr via Skype.  This is the second year in a row we kicked off our Skyping with Todd Parr, and once again he ...

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Phillips Family Sep 15, 2012

Sep 15, 2012

A WONDERful Mystery Skype

A while ago Mrs. Thiessen from Surrey, Canada contacted me on Twitter to see if I would be willing to do a Mystery Skype with her students.  I felt honored to be asked and was very excited to connect with her grade three students from Green Timbers ...

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