9 x 1 = 8
9 x 2 = 18
9 x 3 = 27
9 x 4 = 36
9 x 5 = 45
What was your first reaction when you saw these multiplication problems? It was most likely, '9 times 1 isn't 8!' or 'She got that wrong!', or something along those lines. But I also got the other four right. Do those not count because I got one wrong? Don't be afraid to admit it if that was what you were thinking. But weather that was what you thought or not, my point it the same - people are too negative and judgmental. focus on the good things. I still got four right, didn't I? Now, I didn't make this studio just to tell you to not judge people for when they get math problems wrong - or anything else.
One reason I made this was to tell you this: this year, 2019, make it your New Year's Resolution to think about the good, positive thing and focus on what answers were right. Don't be to hard on other people. Or yourself.
Also, I think everyone who is reading this has a heart. Use it. Be kind. Love freely. As my teacher would say, Love Without Counting the Measure.
But there was one main reason I made this. As you all know, Scratch changed to 3.0 on January 2nd. Most people were upset. They made 'Bring back 2.0' projects and '3.0 sucks!' studios. But that's because they are like most people. They only focus one the negatives. And, yes, there are some things I don't like about it, but I don't go around announcing it to everyone. If you think about it, Scratch 3.0 had so many wonderful features. And, ST worked really on 3.0. It isn't fair to them to be mean to them because they put all their effort into something trying to benefit us. My challenge to all of you is to name 3 good things about 3.0 - and not just what the person directly under you put.
If I promote you for manager, please invite your followers.Thanks! ^-^
Also, please add pro-3.0 projects! All others will be deleted!
I really hope this didn't sound rude. It wasn't supposed to!