is a fifth grader who was
born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She is now 11 years of age. She
enjoys playing sports and making web sites. Marissa has her own
web site that she has made with her sister. Her sister is 13
along with her brother who is 9.
Claire was born in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin on January 17th, 1989. She is eleven years old. Claire lives with her mom, dad, brother and sister. Claire is part of Web Weavers where they make web sites for all to enjoy. She also takes part in band. She likes sports such as, softball, basketball, and football! Claire also enjoys playing with her dog, cat, and guinea pig. Claire's favorite fact about the wonders is that you can see the Great Wall from outer space.
Jordan, a fifth grader, was born in Milwaukee and lived in Indiana for about 6 months and then moved back to Wisconsin. She is 10 years old and was born on August 4th in the year of 1989. She is a twin of Mark, and a younger sister of Joe. Her favorite teacher is her teacher right now, and her third grade teacher. Her hobbies are playing basketball, art, playing with animals and any other sports. The funniest thing she learned is how to make a web site and how to do a lot of new things on the computer. She has 1 dog, 2 birds, 50 fish, and 2 guinea pigs. She loves them all very, very, much.
is a fourth grader and is 10
years old. She goes to school in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. Her hobbies
are playing soccer and of course, making web sites. Her favorite
food is lefsa, which is Norwegian.
Alison, a fifth grader, was born in Killeen, Texas in April, 1989. She is the oldest of three children, which include a brother, 9, and a sister, 3. When Alison was one and a half, her parents moved to Milwaukee County, Wisconsin. In Wauwatosa, she is attending elementary school. She joined a group called "Web Weavers", and made this site with the other girls. This is her first web site and she hopes you like it. If you do, she might decide to make another. Alison is the author of 5 pages on this site; she did the Great Barrier Reef, Ayers Rock, Stonehenge, The Temple of Zeus and the Wisconsin Dells. Her group, when searching for information, visited sites that were directed toward adults. They decided to make a site that was more interesting for kids. Alison has learned many things about computers in the process of making this site. She has learned how to read something, then write it in her own words. She has learned how to transfer something from one program to another. Most important, though, she has learned to have fun on a computer.