Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Big shells and little shells.

I found some big beautiful shells to put on my sandcastle. ( Dictated to the teacher)
By Teana-Lee


  1. Hello, my name is Lisa Smith and I am a student at The University of South Alabama majoring in elementary education. I am currently taking a technology course (edm310) and my professor has assigned me to read your blog this week. I love your sea shells. They are beautiful and will look amazing on your sand castle. Have an amazing week.
    Lisa Smith

  2. Hi Ms. George's Class,
    My name is Heather Smith and I am a junior at the University of South Alabama, which is in Mobile, AL. I am currently in the College of Education so I can soon become a teacher. Right now I am in a class called EDM-310, which is a micro-computing systems class for students who are trying to be teachers. It is basically a class where we learn how to blog and use all different types of technology and resources to hopefully better ourselves as educators one day! Each week we are assigned to a student and have to comment on that students’ blog… I was fortunately assigned to you!

    I just want to say that I absolutely LOVE sea shells! Every summer I take my two daughters to the beach and we search for shells. We live near the coast but we have never found shells as big and colorful as yours! They are amazing. Thank you for sharing your picture with me and the world. Have a great day!

  3. Ms. George's Class,
    My name is Autumn Sprouse and I attend the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama am currently enrolled in EDM 310.
    I love looking and finding sea shells! I live near the beach and every time I go, I look for the biggest sea shells I can find! They are all so different and each have something about them that make them special! Thanks for blogging!

  4. Hey guys! My name is Brantley Spillman. I am also a student at University of South Alabama. I have enjoyed reading your school’s blogs throughout this semester. I, also, live on the water, although, I rarely find pretty seashells like the ones you have shown. However, I do catch lots of fish. I really enjoy fishing in my free time. I hope you all continue to embrace the outdoors. Exploring nature was one of my favorite things to do as a child. I am glad to see you all enjoy it as well. Good luck with your remaining school year.


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