Monday, April 23, 2012

We Are Quite Qualified for Quad Blogging!

Mrs. Ranney's class enjoys sharing and learning 
with other classes around the world. 
Last year, our class really enjoyed  QUAD Blogging with three other classes!

This year we are reconnecting with our buddies 
for more learning fun!

Quad blogging was started by pioneer teacher/blogger David Mitchell.
It is a wonderful way to connect with classes around our country and the world.
Through this experience we will learn about others as well as sharing about ourselves.


This week, let's meet Mrs. Watson's 2/3 class in 
British Columbia, Canada!

Head on over to Mrs. Watson's Class and explore their blog 
to learn about them 
and leave a comment!

To leave a comment, look for the comment count
at the bottom of any post. 

Click on it, and you can leave a comment of your own. 

Be sure to use your best writing skills and, of course, 
 say that you are from Mrs. Ranney's Class!

You can leave a comment here as well, if you like, to let us know
what you've learned and shared.


  1. Dear Mrs. Ranney,

    Like yours, my class has also participated in Quad- blogging. We have met some of these classes like Mr. Avery and Mrs. Watson. Having these classes is a good thing because they participate everything they can, and they add more than they have to. Good luck on your blogging adventure!

    ಢ Acacia ಢ

    (Mrs. Yollis' student)

  2. Dear Mrs. Ranney,

    I l♥ve your post! In Mrs. Yollis' class, we enjoyed a wonderful quadblog, and this is a link to a post about week 1# of our quad blog. It is a lot of fun to connect with three other classes.

    Quadblogging is good if you want to learn about different classes and what they do. Our class had a 6 week project called Our World, Our Stories. We shared popular foods in our state, what we like to do at recess, what we eat at lunch, and a lot of other interesting things people would want to know about your state. Every week, a class would pick a topic. We picked popular songs in your state, so we picked "Take Me Out to The Ball Game." Everybody sang along.

    I hope you like quadblogging!

    M♥a (From Mrs. Yollis' class)

  3. Dear Mrs.Ranney's class,
    Your blog rocks. I love the idea of quadblogging. I go to school at West Valley Christian School in West Hills. My school has dodgeball, maddogmath, an indoor and outdoor gym.
    Best Regards,
    Sarahi (Vanessa's friend)

  4. @ Sarahi,
    can you tell me what is maddogmath. I think maddogmath is when you get timed to do math in 30 or 40 seconds, or 3 minutes.

    Best Regards,

  5. Dear Mrs. Ranney's Class,
    This week we're doing a quad blog with you! It's really cool to be doing quad blogging because you can get to know many different people from diverse places in the world! Happy Quad Blogging!
    -Kirstyn M. Mr Avery's Class

    1. Dear Kirstyn,

      Thanks for visiting our blog and leaving an excellent comment. We are so excited to Quad Blog with you! What are you learning in math and language right now? We are learning about adverbs and homophones in language. In math we are learning about money. We can't wait to Skype with you.

      Best Wishes,
      Bella and Sydney from Mrs. Ranney's class

  6. Dear Mrs.Ranney's class,
    Your blog looks great. You have a TON of visitors. I like your Google map with the locations of the other blogs on it. I also like your Koala Voki. I have a blog, and I hope that someday it will be as good as yours. My blog is located at .
    Mr.Avery's student,

  7. Dear Bryan,

    Thank you for your wonderful comment! We enjoy checking our visitors count on the Google Map. We can't believe how many visitors we have! I will definitely check-out your blog.




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