Monday, October 24, 2011

Let's Get Creative!

  As part of the Student Blogging Challenge,
we have received some wonderful links 
giving students an opportunity to be

We have many creative students in our class!
Why not give one of these links a try?
Are you artistic?
 Try Getty Art or Artpad

Is science your thing? Are you inventive

Are you an amateur animator
Then you might like Kerpoof!

Which activities did you try?

What were you able to create?

Leave us a comment and tells us 
about your experience!


  1. Dear Class,

    I'm basically an amateur animator. I can create a lot of things like a real animator.

    Here is a list of things I've animated: movies, cds, and videos.

    I hope to read the rest of your comments.

    Best Regards,

  2. Dear Mrs. Ranney,

    I had fun playing with the Artpad, I painted my brother's names, Jason, Steve, and myself.

    See you tomorrow,
    Alex G.

  3. @Josh,
    I'm glad to see that you found this new post, and I am very interested to hear about your skill with animation! Did you try Kerpoof? I'd love to hear what you try on the site!

    Good for you for finding the new post and trying out Artpad! It sounds like you had a great time trying it out!

    Keep up the good work!
    Mrs. Ranney

  4. Hayley and Quynh-AnhOctober 28, 2011 at 9:01 AM

    Dear Mrs.Ranney and Class,

    We went on We played Switch and Match Madness. We also went on Kerpoof. We had a blast!

    Best Regards,

    Hayley and Quynh-Anh

  5. Dear Mrs. Ranney,

    We played the Getty art game. We found a lot of matches. We are good at art too. Have you ever been to the Getty Museum?

    Maya and Eve

  6. Dear Mrs. Ranney,

    We went to the Getty games website and played Detail Detective. It was hard at first, but then we got the hang of it. We played the creature game first. Then we played the art game.
    It was hard because we only got 40 seconds to solve ten problems. It was really fun.

    Best Wishes,
    Bella and Grace


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