If you're reading this blog post, chances are you already found out what today's lesson is about. Today in class we went over the extra credit policy. This blog is part of that policy, so obviously your son or daughter (or nephew, niece, foster-child, grandson, friend's kid that you're watching for a while, etc...) was paying attention.
Go ahead and give them a pat on the back for that. Nice job! Nice job, friend's kid that you're watching for a while! Way to do what you're supposed to do!
So, I don't have to tell you that you can get extra credit by reading and discussing my teacher blog every night. They already told you that - which is why you're here. So, there's not much to discuss. I guess you could discuss the extra credit policy in general. Better yet, play THE GEOGRAPHY GAMES - continents and oceans. Play at least two times, how about it? Adult who is invested in the education of a young adult, challenge them. You each get one turn. They play level one of the Continents and Oceans (World at the bottom of the link) and then you get a chance to beat their score and time... Then you'll know two of my three extra credit policies AND help them study for the C & O test that they can retake on Friday.
After you've finished discussing the blog, and playing the games, find a scrap piece of paper and write down who won the challenge. Remember, the adult has to sign the paper if my student wants credit for it. Also, it'd be a good idea if said student put his or her name on the paper.
If you want to see my online extra credit procedures, you can download it HERE. Although, chances are you don't need it since you've made it this far...