Welcome to Shrewsbury Public Schools. We invite you to explore Mrs. Cook's Grade 4 Geography Podcasts. Students were given this scenerio: The President of the U.S. will be listening to your podcasts to determine the winner of the award: "Best Midwestern/Western State to Move to or Live in". Which student do you think presented the award winning podcast?

Wednesday, May 31, 2006


Listen to Sarai's podcast on Minnesota. Would this be a state you'd want to visit?
Click here to listen.


Anonymous Peyton :-) said...

Heyy Sarai! Great podcast! I love the music and every thing! I loved being able to sit and watch you do your podcast! It was soooo cool. Well, Great job again and I can't wait to do my podcast on friday!


7:28 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sarai you did great! I like how you described Minnesota's beauty. Also I found interesting that Minnesota grows so many crops. Minnesota sounds like a fantastic place to live. Well Sarai I guess that Minnesota is calling my name, because I'm already half way there.


8:17 AM

Anonymous jackie said...

Sarai you did a fabolous job!I loved when you talked about The Mall Of America."It was funny when you said"where you can shop at girls."
I also thought it was amazing that there is so many lakes!Wow!Great jod!


3:07 PM

Anonymous CARMEN said...

This is me, your sister CARMEN! I loved it, expesally the MUSIC!
Do they even have poles since they have so much lakes?
Love your sister, CARMEN!

3:21 PM

Anonymous meghan said...

Great jojob Sarai!!
You were Fabulash!!!:0 I would love to go to the Mall of Americaand go shopping!!! Your podcast was once again, Fabulash!!!

8:58 AM

Anonymous Mrs. Dlott said...

You made Minnesota sound like a place I might want to visit. I'm sure the prairies are a beautiful sight when the flowers are blooming. A place I certainly would want to go to is the Mall of America. I would love shopping there with its 545 stores. I could spend days shopping! I'm not sure about the roller coaster though. It must look strange to have a roller coaster in a mall.
Mrs. Dlott

9:14 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was very pleased with the quality of your writing for your podcast. I could visualize huge fields of flowers. The plains must be very beautiful this time of year. And 10,000 lakes! Minnesota sounds like a physically diverse and beautiful state. Thank you for sharing such terrific information.

Mrs. Cook

7:41 AM

Anonymous Sarai said...

I just was listening to my podcast and thought I was ok.
I just messed up on when I said'" crops do ador Minnesota's rich soil." The "do" was funny! I laughed at it.
Well, other than that I was pretty good.

5:34 PM

Anonymous margaret said...

i looooooooooooove your podcast! it' was fantastic. i loved the description. great job. maybe we should go visit minnesota together. great job!!!!!!!!


:-D i'm smiling because it was sooooogreat

8-) your cool

10:30 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sarai you did great.I like how you described the fields in minnesota and I never knew that people grow corn,green beans,wheat,and sugar beets.After what you said about the rich soil would I would want to grow tings there to.

From Max

8:08 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Sarai,
You did great! I loved learning all the interseting facts about Minnesota. I'll definetly try to convince my family and friends to visit Minnesota.


8:13 AM


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