Categories: Blog June 11, 2014 @ 8:49 AM 0 Comments      

11 Jun

Here is my letter to Mrs.Ripp 10 years from now

Dear  Mrs.Ripp,

I have a wonderful family and I’m a 5th grade teacher life is going good how about you? I have 2 kids and 4 pets a dog, pig, bird and a fish named bubbles. Do you have any pets right now and do you still blog and keep your technology motivation?

You are still my most favorite teacher of all time even over college I knew you were always going to be my favorite teacher. I remember Innovation Day, our read-in your book intro and so much more! Did you make a new book did you make a third of second book to the first?

I remember reading outside with our books and book clubs and you always bringing so much joy fun and life into the classroom! I also remember the lock out that was so much fun! I remember most, our 5th grade graduation I new I would miss you so much I really hope I get to see you sometime.

Sincerely,

Mackenzie a fifth grade student-5R class of 2013-2014

Categories: Blog May 30, 2014 @ 11:25 AM 0 Comments      

30 May

So Innovation Day was 5/23/14, last Friday. My partner was Ella. My opinion on Innovation day is that I think Innovation day was super fun. I loved Innovation Day because, I loved me and Ella’s topic, Sea World and we did not have to work all day! If I could go back and if I would redo anything it would be the water in me and Ella’s aquarium. Why, because, we put sand in our aquarium and when we put the water in the sand socked it up and made a hole. But our aquarium still looked really good. I think if we could do Innovation Day every day I wouldn’t. Because, If we do Innovation Day every day we will learn something but not as much when we don’t do Innovation Day every day. Thank you for reading this bolg post!

Sincerely,

Mackenzie

Categories: Blog May 22, 2014 @ 7:14 AM 1 Comment      

22 May

When Mrs.Ripp showed us the look up video it really told me something. It told me that we are to obsessed with iPhones, ipads, and iPods. I agree with the person who was talking in the video I think that we are to obsessed with technology. There was a part of that video where a man had a piece of paper in his hand and asked a girl to help with directions and she told him. So then they ended up going on a date getting married and growing old with each other. Just  from a man asking for directions from a girl. Then they showed the man for a second time but instead looking down at his phone and the girl walks right past him. Think. The video called “look Up”? I think that we should go out and play more and not be on are devices 247. “When your in public and you start to feel alone put your hands behind your head and step away from the phone”. That is what the man said in one part of the video. 

Sincerely,

Mackenzie

Categories: Blog May 15, 2014 @ 9:02 PM 1 Comment      

15 May

So school is almost out and I am pretty sure we are all ready for summer! So I am going to list a couple of book recommendations that I love and I am pretty sure you would to! First book Tale Dark And Grimm that is a very good book. Second book Almost Home. Third book Kizzy Ann Stamps. That is a Historical Fiction book but its a great book. Fourth book The Divergent series great series! Please list some of your book recommendations! Also will you please comment where you are from. Thank you for reading this blog post.

Sincerely,

        Mackenzie

Categories: Blog May 2, 2014 @ 6:16 PM 6 Comments      

2 May

I think what teachers really do is first of all, there job of course. And they teach us new things and sometimes they go of topic to teach us even cooler things. They also help us get through school and help us achieve new goals and old goals. Here’s what I think a good teacher is kind caring and funny. Good teachers give us consequences when we deserve them because, then we can learn respect and a lot of other things. Mrs.Ripp is a good teacher that’s what I think a good teacher is like. Here’s what I think a teacher should not do teachers first shouldn’t be mean. Here’s what I think a teacher should do if they really have to give consequences on there own turfs. And that is what I think teachers really do! Thank you for reading this blog post.

Sincerely,

Mackenzie