Round Up! | Student Blogs From Around The World

Now that we’re part of the Blog Challenge network, I’ve been visiting dozens of blogs from around the world. I thought it would be fun to feature some of our favourites here on All Things Quebec. I’m going to start the ball rolling today, but in the future I’m going to ask you students to choose your favourites!

In her post Girls Are Better Than Boys blogger Ambernathee discusses whether life is better as a girl or a boy. What do you think?

Ashleigh’s Canada Survey poses some interesting questions about school and friendship.

Sports car lovers should check out this green Lamborghini. on Goode’s Blog. I think Ferraris are the best high-powered sports cars. What about you?

Grab a hanky and read Pickles, one of the best recounts that I’ve read in quite¬† awhile. What a wonderful tribute by student blogger Emma.

New Zealander Antonio wrote an informative piece How an Major Eartquake Affects a City. Someone should leave him a link to our post that asks for comments about the earthquake! Any volunteers?

I Went to a Quincenera Party!!!!! is a really intriguing post by Vanessa. What do you suppose a Quincenera is?

Lego lover alert! James has several interests including Legos. I know that quite a few of you will have something to say about this!

Jesse tells us about his favourite video game in his post Just Cause2. I often hear you discussing your favourite games but I don’t remember hearing about this one! I wonder if Canadian students play this game?

Don’t forget to check out Faith’s post Who likes soccer!!!! for a great picture. I know a lot of you will love this one!

Yanni has a really colourful Animoto graphic. What is Animoto, you ask? I have no idea – but it looks like fun!

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In his post World Famous, Mr. Ferreirae mentioned The Round-Up and asks his students to find out where Quebec is. Let’s see if they succeed – and in the meantime, do you know where California is?


2 responses to “Round Up! | Student Blogs From Around The World

  1. Mrs T,
    This is exactly the sort of thing I do every couple of weeks during the challenge. But the only way I know if a student or class has written a post about challenge activity, is if they have a link back to the challenge post where the activity was mentioned. Making a link is the most important skill to learn during blogging.

    Note from Mrs. Theriault:
    Miss W. is reminding us that any time we refer to other people’s blogs or complete an official Blog Challenge, we should create a hotlink back to what we are referring to.

  2. True but its nice to show who you are!!
    scoopermaddy

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