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My daughter is in first grade.
She and her class read the book Cinderella Skeleton and then did some
follow up activities. I think she truly enjoyed reading
and participating in this program. She thought the story was
spooky and fun. |
Parent in Ashley Ross's class
I found Mrs Schneeberg's 3rd Grade class' rendering of "Cendrillon, A
Carribean Cinderella" to be quite remarkable. I'm sure the kids had fun by
letting their imagination take over as is evident in their many versions of the
story. But more importantly I think the project encouraged the class to be
creative; to appreciate the different versions of Cinderella and to even learn
some geography based on some of the questions that my son has been asking.
Dear Project Coordinators,
I visited the Cinderella Project via Lynn Weber's classroom with Patti
Knox of North Canton, Ohio. It is superbly well done with high quality
activities that meet Ohio's Language Arts standards!!!! I will be sure to have
my preservice teachers interact with the site...it will certainly provide them
with an exemplary way to integrate technology into the classroom!
I visited the Cinderella Around the World website with my son this
evening. We both enjoyed the many versions of Cinderella, as well as the
activities that each class participated in. I was very impressed with the
inclusion of math skills in a Cinderella project!
My son is a second grader in Ms. Sowa/Ms Florin's class at Clinton Ave. Elementary School. We have been visiting the Cinderella website all week and my son has been enjoying the puzzles, crosswords and matching games that were created. He was also excited about viewing his work on the computer and that it could be seen by people all over the country.
I think that this project is wonderful in that it encompasses so many
different subject areas in such a creative, hands on way. My son frequently came
home talking about the different stories he was reading and the different
cultures that were illustrated in the literature. He learned a few words from
the Spanish language with the book Domitila that his class was reading
and I even noticed a few new English vocabulary words that he has started to use
regularly. This project also expanded his interest in the computer and it has
encouraged him to better understand how the Internet works.
Dear Mrs. Silverman,
I visited your project site. I found it very interesting and motivating.
Your site provided many great activities on incorporating the literature of
Cinderella and other versions of the story. It will be a truly motivating
project for students to interact and participate in learning to read and respond
to literature. Thank you for sharing you wonderful project.
Wow! What a great site! I love it! I collect Cinderella stories and do a
unit with them for my 3rd graders. This site will be very helpful.
Plus, your site gave me ideas for an interactive web site I have to create
for one of my master's classes. It will be on Sadako and the
Thousand Paper Cranes.