Ideas for other posts

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I have just been checking what work has been done while I am away. I noticed Angus is keeping up and only has to add some links to his blogroll. Some of you have added comments and widgets as well. Keep working on that checklist. Leave a comment on one of my posts if you have a question about what to do.

But here are some other ideas for posts:

What is your favourite colour and why? Write a poem about it maybe. Add an image of that colour.

Our world in danger – I notice this week UNESCO is meeting in Doha to make a decision about the Great Barrier Reef. Research this and write a post about the result.

Your relatives are coming to Tasmania for a two week holiday. Plan where they are going to visit and how long they will be in certain places. Remember to add a hyperlink to some places like Port Arthur. Here is a post about how to add hyperlinks.

If you could be any animal in the world, what would you be and why?

Who is your favourite musician, singer, band etc? Write a post about them but remember to write in your own words. Don’t copy and paste from another website. Add one video to your post – find this in youtube. Here is a post explaining how to add a video to your post.

Post ideas – cyber pet

In the last post, you learnt how to create a cyber pet to put in your sidebar and to play with at home (not at school!)

But your readers might like to know a bit more about your pet.

  • Why did you name it Llarry Llama?
  • How did it get its colour purple?
  • Where did it come from?
  • Why is it staying at your place?

Perhaps you could be creative and write a story or a poem about your cyber pet. You could also include your pet in the post.

To include pet in post.

  1. Write your post about your animal. Save draft.
  2. Get the code for your animal either at the website or from inside your text box in your widget area. Copy it.
  3. Come back to your post and change the post tab from Visual to HTML or text
  4. Paste in your code underneath all your writing.
  5. Save draft or publish.