Monday, February 28, 2011

Room 12 Has Read Over 100,000 Minutes!

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Nice job, class. I am very proud of you. I hope in the time you have been reading, your mind has traveled to far off lands, been filled with amazing facts, and stimulated to think about how you can make the world a better place.

Please comment! What have you been reading lately? Do you have a regular time every day that you read? How did you get yourself into a regular reading routine? Do you have any books you would recommend? 


  1. I am not from your class but I am from the United States. I recomend The Maximum Ride series for teens. They are great books and filled with action and I think that every kid will live them

  2. Dear classroom,
    were very closed to geting Mr.Pahl to go on the roof of the school. Hope we get to 200,000 minutes so Mr. Pahl could go on the roof of the school. Sincerely,

  3. Dear Mr. Pahl,
    I hope we will get to 200,000 min. before the end of the year. We are so close to getting you to sleep on the roof. Do you think we will make it happen?
    Little Animal :)

  4. Dear Mr.Pahl,
    I am reading The Babysitters Little Sister Karen’s Campout by Ann M Martin. It is about three best friends named Karen, Nancy and Hanni. All three of them are going to a summer camp together. Hanni and Nancy go to the same cabin together but Karen doesn’t. Nancy wants always wants to play with Hanni but Hanni wants the opposite. Hanni wants to make new friends and Nancy doesn’t
    Tami Lynn

  5. Dear Mr. Pahl,

    I can’t believe that we have read over 100,000 minutes. I wonder if we will ever make it to 200,000 minutes. Also will you really sleep on the roof. Last of all what will you do up there.


  6. Dear Little Animal and Dragonstar,

    I am ecstatic that you all have read so much this year. I hope you reach your goal, but right now, I'm not sure if it will happen. Yes, Dragonstar, if you read 200,000 minutes, I WILL SPEND A NIGHT ON THE ROOF OF THE SCHOOL. What do you think I should do there? Maybe you can give me some recommendations. :-)

    Mr. Pahl

  7. Dear Mr Pahl,
    I think it is so amazing we got that many minutes. I hope we can get more minutes.

  8. Dear Mr. Pahl,

    I think it is amazing that our class all together read more than 100,000 minutes. I hope we get 200,000 or more so Mr. Pahl can sleep on the school roof.

  9. Dear Mr.Pahl,
    I am so happy that we have so many reading minutes. I don't like to say it but it looks like Mr.Pahl is going to sleep on the roof! I hope we get our big total.


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