Wednesday, February 1, 2017

WELCOME TO CLASSTOPIA

We are Classtopia.

We are a class of twenty-nine energetic fourth graders and one teacher.  We attend a great school in the heart of Los Angeles, California. This blog will help to document and share with you all our adventures.

Our nation was was founded on September 29, 2016. On that historic day, we used coasianism  to decide which book to read. Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis was the winner.  Since then, Classtopia has been using both coasianism and pragmatarianism to make important decisions about our tax and spending choices.

Within our nation, we have created departments to manage our interests. So far, we have the following departments: garden, pet, IRS, book, food, communication, and help. In the near future we will create more departments to fulfill our needs. Each department has a head and members to carry out responsibilities.  Students can be members and have responsibilities in more than one department.

Classtopians are excited about learning and are preparing for the future. We will be working hard to find ways to improve our world.

We believe that "Progress is a function of difference".-The

22 comments:

  1. I have learned that if you don't check your work in a long time you can have many mistakes which is that they put was 2 times.

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  6. I learned that Classtopia has created a nation in the classroom and that is a nice experience for them.

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  7. I learned that everything we are doing in Classtopia will help us prepare for the future.

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  8. I learned that a class of fourth graders can become a nation of fourth graders.

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  9. I learned that in a nation, you have what you need, like the departments.

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  10. I learned that we each have a nation to use for our departments

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  11. In this article something that I have learned is that if you are going to make a nation you need special people to fulfill citezens needs.

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  13. I have learned that departments fulfill your needs. - Kylie

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  14. I have learned that departments fulfill your needs. -Kylie

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  15. I learned that a classroom can create a nation

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  16. I learned that you can create a nation and it does not have to be big.

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  17. It is great that everything we do will prepare us for our future.

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  18. In this article something that I love to see is that if you need special people to fulfill citizens needs. They are preparing for the future.

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