Monday, October 22, 2007

1st Nine Weeks Ending

We are back from break and students are working hard to finish up writing projects before the end of the 1st nine weeks. Projects due include: Letter about SSR book, Journal-If I was the Teacher, Describe the Character worksheet, and any assignments not completed due to absences.

Students, as always, can check their grades on Engrade to see how they stand.

Opportunities for extra credit are winding down, but here is a chance:

What is the shortest sentence possible?

An answer showing effort is worth 1 point. The correct answer is worth 3 points.

Go for it!

17 comments:

alina smith said...

no!
that is the shortest sentece.

cody cardwell said...

hi

Kyle FERGUSON said...

I thought the Pumpkin show was the best this year.

Shelby Cottrill said...

I think that the sentence is "hi Mr.McGuire"

Shelby Cottrill said...

I cant believe the nine weeks is almost over.

Shelby Cottrill said...

I think that the sentence is "hi Mr.McGuire"

laney stephnes said...

I think that this year Is going bye really fast.I did not get to go to the pumpkin show but if I did I think that I would have a great time. I think that the shortest sentence is Mr.McGuire is awesome . I think he is awesome.

trevor s said...

the shortest sentence I could think of was go.

Mr. McGuire said...

Congrats to Alina, Cody, and Trevor for correct answers. You earned three points of extra credit.

Shelby and Laney earned one point for their effort (and thanks for the kind comment).

Katie and Kari W. said...

I think the correct answer is "Go", "Be", or any two letter word. This is when You is implied but not spoken.

Anonymous said...

I think the shortest sentence is: He ran. I think the school is flying by. Thanks for being a great teacher,Mr. McGuire.

Chris Linton

codycardwell said...

go

Katie & Kari's Mom said...

Thank you for allowing me to visit with your class on Friday! The next time I will bring 3 pizzas. Sorry about that, I under estimated the appetites of a classroom full of sixth graders!

Mr. McGuire said...

How could life get any better--reading aloud a great book, while students get to enjoy a pizza party.

The pizza worked out fine, thanks to a great kid named Baylie who was willing to share.

Thanks for the pizza!

Shelby said...

GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Laney said...

I thought it was cool to have there be a shortest sentence contest.




the shortest sentence is no and Alina was right. GO ALINA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

mj said...

i really like how you made the cardboard walls between the desk so someone like me can't bug.