Monthly Archives: May 2017

My Great Blog Audit! (March, 2017-Now…)

How many posts did you write?

I wrote 18 posts including this one.

How many were school based, your own interests or set by the challenge?

3 of my posts were school based, 4 of them were of my own interests and 11 of them are for the Student Blog Challenge.

How many comments did you receive from classmates, teachers or overseas students?

I received 0 comments from classmates, 4 were from teachers and 6 comments were from overseas students.  

Which post received the most comments? Why do you think that happened?

The post that received the most comments is, “Zoom Out.” I think this because I think the picture was catchy and BOLD.  

Which post did you enjoy writing the most and why?

I enjoyed writing, “The Test” because I like making slideshows and also it was fun to make up questions. 

Did you change blog themes at all and why?

No, because I like my theme that has a bunny. 

How many widgets do you have? Do you think this is too many or not enough? 

I have 25 widgets. I think maybe I have a little too many but it is fun to have all of the stuff for people to see. 

How many overseas students do you have on your blogroll?

I have 6 students on my blogroll. 

  1. Alkka
  2. Grace
  3. Jakiya
  4. Jayden
  5. Lina
  6. Molly

Which web tools did you use to show creativity on your blog?

I used Padlet, PiktoChart, Google Docs, Google Slides, Google Forms, Toondoo, Befunky and Jigsaw Planet.

This is an audit of my blog from March 2017 to now.

France: My Trip to France and More About The Country Itself!

I went to France in 2015-October 5th through to the 15th. I went on an about 10 hour plane ride to get to France from here in Pennsylvania. When I went to France it was my first time riding in a plane. We stayed at a small hotel called “Hotel De La Porte Doree“. We stayed in 2 different rooms. We had to switch once because the bedroom was too small to fit me, my grandma and my grandpa.

The main reason that we came to France was to see the Eiffel Tower. We did! We rode as high as you can go to the top. It was very windy at the top. We saw many other sights. We saw Notre Dame Cathedral and heard the bells in the cathedral ringing grandly. We went to the Louvre and also the Louvre Museum and saw the Mona Lisa and many other paintings and pieces of art. Also we went to… DISNEYLAND! I had a LOT of fun. I got to go on a roller coaster that had a 360 degree loop in it and another on that went upside down completly!

They also had great food. We loved this one restaurant called “Les Cascades“. It is a 2-3 minute walk from the hotel we were staying at. We went their every single day for dinner and sometimes we went there for lunch and dinner! We loved the food in Paris, France. The only bad things on the trip were that:

  1. I REALLY missed my mom, dad and little brother, Grayson. (If you know about my baby brother Finn, he wasn’t in this world then.)

2. We were almost tricked my an old woman. She asked if the ring that she “found on the ground” was ours. I think it was her ring but she wanted us to fall for and then she would get us arrested. ❓❗❓

This is a recount of my glorious trip to Paris, France.

(P.S. Below is a slideshow about some things that I learned about France. Thanks for Reading!)

My Padlet… What Do Like And Dislike About My Blog?


Week 8 Games #STUBC17

On the first time that I did this activity I first visited Jayden’s Artisticly Amazing Blog. Then I visited Rebecca’s Blog titled, “What’s Up Rebecca?”. Last I went to Linnea’s Awesome Blog and read “Apple Tree Poem Written by: Linnea!” because I like reading poems.

On the second time I did this activity I started by visiting Molly’s Magical Blog. Then I visited Summer’s Amazing Blog. Last, I visited Charlizea’s Blog called, “Dazzle With Char“. On her blog I did a quiz about school. I did this survey called, “How Is School Going?” because I like doing surveys.

On the third time I did this activity I started with Jayden’s Artisticly Amazing Blog again. Then I went to Jacob’s Blog called, “JacobN“. Last I visited Alyson’s Blog and read Sixth Grade to Seventh Grade. I chose to read this because I wanted to read about 6th graders going to 7th grade.

      Picture from Pixabay








Digital Footprints…


     In my family there is my 3 brothers, my mom, my dad, my 2 grandmas, my grandpa, my great-grandma, my cousins, my aunts and my uncles.


      My brothers names are Finley, Grayson and Brendan. Finley also known as Finn is 6 months and likes sitting up. Grayson is 2 years and 7 months and likes eating GoldFish crackers and running outside. Brendan is 14 and in 8th grade. He likes playing football and baseball.


     My mom’s name is Kate. She is a nurse and is a great cook. She makes a lot of homemade things like spaghetti sauce (tomato and zucchini) and jam. My dad’s name is Tom. He is a somebody who fixes things at cash registers.  He fixes scanners, printers and other things. He is also a great griller. He makes humongous burgers and also grills other things too.


    My grandma’s name is Margot (Mar-Go). I call her Nanny. She is also a nurse. My grandma was adopted. She lives in the house next to mine. My other grandma’s name is Rose. I call her Grammy. She lives in a small house with her two cats. She lives 40 minutes away. My grandpa’s name is John. I call him Poppop. He likes going to church. From what I remember he only stayed home from church 3 times.


    My great-grandma’s name is Eleanor. I call her Granny. She is 100 years old. She lives in a apartment in Philadelphia. Soon she is going to come live with my grandparents here.


     I have 4 aunts. There name’s are Mercedes, Chrissy, Connie, and Linda .   I  have 4 uncles. There name’s are Mike, Steven, Jim, and Ken. I have 9 cousins. There name’s are Victoria, Olivia, Gillian, James, Raymond, Elizabeth, Michael, Kiera, and Lana.


Infographic on Peru!

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See, Think, Wonder: Peru and Machu Picchu!