Thursday, February 18, 2010

you've got to see her in action to believe it




FOR HOMEWORK


She's 7...

a double bubble map - to compare and contrast


 FOR FUN 


Inspired by her sister's HONORS 10th grade English assignment- to create a Facebook page for an author, which I thought was a pretty clever way to engage teenagers- Gianna had Alice Hoffman.   


Shaye asked for the unused half of the poster board and created  this...










FOR THE CAMERA

Still the sweetest little almost 8 year old you can imagine...






*proud mommy moment*

thanks for sharing it with me.

10 comments:

Stephanie said...

That is the coolest! Good for her :)

Josey's mom said...

So encouraging to read this-always the fear if you can really "let a child" navigate the learning. Your little one proves the affirmative argument

Jocelyn said...

awesome job! She is too cute!!!

purejoy said...

grrr. left a comment and clicked off before i noticed that it rejected it (lots of times i have to do it twice. booo)
anyways, what i said was, what a cool assignment for a teacher to give, and it's really neat how your younger kids learn from the olders. i love how learning is so contagious sometimes!
heck yes, a proud momma moment!!

now i'll be patient to see that this posts. grrrr.

Hair Bows & Guitar Picks said...

Good for her! She is so cute :)

Sarah C. said...

Great work! And I love that last photo - she's too cute. :)

Jules said...

Ummm... Wow. Just Wow. What an amazing little girl! You are one lucky mama! :)

Jessica said...

Very sweet and obviously smart!

Tammy said...

WOW! She did such a great job!

gringationcancun said...

WHAT?? A posterboard Facebook page? Someone get this girl on the web marketing fast track IMMEDIATELY.

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