Monthly Archives: September 2008

Why is Your Pink on the Field?

I am delicate, I’m special, I’m a hard worker, I’m usually the "I’m not good enough" one. Who am I? I am the average girl. We’re special in the way that our minds are built differently. In the way that … Continue reading

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Rings, Hobbits and Mountains of Doom

What may be one of the most popular books of the 20th century, The Lord of the Rings has been very popular from the first day, and is still read today. The tale tells of a thirty-two year old hobbit … Continue reading

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Voicethread Training and Tutorials

Students here at Cybermiddle have an interesting opportunity that students in many other schools don’t have:  Every student has their own Ed Voicethread account!  Your teachers can provide you with your username and password so you can participate in ongoing … Continue reading

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Picasso: The Artist of the Unreal!

  .ExternalClass p.EC_MsoNormal, .ExternalClass li.EC_MsoNormal, .ExternalClass div.EC_MsoNormal {margin-bottom:.0001pt;font-size:12.0pt;font-family:’Times New Roman’;} @page Section1 {size:8.5in 11.0in;} .ExternalClass div.EC_Section1 {page:Section1 Pablo Picasso was born at midnight on October 25, 1881, in Malaga a seaside town in the south of Spain. When he was … Continue reading

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The Layers of the Earth. . .

The earth is an interesting place.  It is made of three layers.  Your teacher may have told you that it was made of rock and magma, but she was lying.  In reality, the earth is made of Graham Crackers.  Some … Continue reading

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