Monday, December 13, 2010

More Fun with Technology and Multiplication


  1. Dear Mr. Pahl

    I'm so sad I missed all that! I wish I can go to school again! I got my blood drawn today or for later viewers (December 15, 2010) it was scary at first but it was nothing after it. I watched all your Animoto videos I love them all, they were amazing!

    I see that you have 1,118 viewers today I bet tomorrow there will be 1,157 viewers. I hope I get better soon, I'll try to come to school tomorrow.

    Shark Fin

  2. Brian,AnnaC's dadJanuary 3, 2011 at 6:14 PM

    Very cool and creative way to learn your facts. Knowing your facts
    will help with math to come.

  3. Dear Mr. Pahl,
    Those tuned out really well, they look wonderful, and colorful. We did a great job.

  4. Dear Mr. Pahl,
    I think that the 4th grader should do that to but instead of multiplication the 4th graders should do division.
    Sincerely , Little Animal

  5. Dear Mr. Pahl
    I think the multiplication videos are fantastic . The third and fourth graders did a spectacular job. Nice job third and fourth graders.
    Sincerely, Star

  6. Dear Mr. Pahl,
    I think the videos are spectacular because everybody made them also we creative thoughts. I liked the 5’s best because there are lots shiny and bright colors. I like the background and music with the pictures.

    Sincerely, Firewolf

  7. Dear Mr. Pahl ,
    I enjoy the way we are learning multiplication. The third graders are laering how to do MATH! I also like DVISION!

  8. I like vdios because one of them are mine and i like how we desind them.

  9. Dear Class,

    The multiplication you see on this page helped me with my 7’s and 9’s.The numbers helped me even though I am in fourth grade doing division. There are still some numbers I have a hard time with like 8’s, I still need to learn a few numbers but otherwise I am doing a great job.

    Chronicle dragon


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