Have you had a chance to check out the web site for the movie version of Diary of a Wimpy Kid? It offers games, videos, trailers, info on the cast & crew, plus a very fun “wimp yourself” activity. This is my wimpy self.
Go on and make yours. You know you want to!
Several MISD high school libraries hosted after school parties to celebrate the opening of Twilight: New Moon right before the Thanksgiving break. The parties featured activities such as photo ops with Edward and Jacob, art projects, refreshments and of course a viewing of the trailer! Enjoy pictures of the festivities below:
Partygoers at MHS can’t decide between Edward and Jacob!
Even the principal at MHS couldn’t resist a photo op!
NMHS Library displays new signage for the party.
Even refreshments went along with the Twilight theme.
NMHS students take online quizzes on New Moon trivia and which character they are most like.
A Twilight jigsaw puzzle!
New Moon grafitti wall at NMHS
Such fun in the library!
I didn’t think it was possible, but Animoto has added even more fun stuff. Now available are Christmas songs and a way to use it to make a holiday greeting! Try it!
Photos from Christmas – a set on Flickr by Matti Matilla and used under a Creative Commons license
No, she wasn’t much of a drinker.
The Hour I First Believed by Wally Lamb
* Get the book nearest to you. Right now.
* Go to page 56.
* Find the 5th sentence.
* Write this sentence – either here or on your blog.
* Copy these instructions as commentary of your sentence.
* Don’t look for your favorite book or your coolest but really the nearest.
I just finished this book over the weekend and it was still here on the end table by the couch. It was a great read that I’m still thinking about.
What book is closest to you right now? Follow the rules above and share!
After a holiday I sometimes need a kick-start to get my creative juices flowing. Have a little fun with this tool while easing back into work today.
Dewey poster created with Wordle inspired by the Neverending Search blog.