Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Quad Blogging - Our Final Week!

We are on the fourth and final week of our exciting Quad Blogging Project!

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 Mr. Avery's Class in Massachusetts!

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


  1. Dear Mrs. Ranney and Class,

    I am so sad that we have to end Quad Blogging for this week, but I am also happy that we get to comment to Mr. Avery.

    I have never commented to a class in a grade that is higher than me. I am glad that we got a lot of people to comment on the blog.

    I had a realy fun week Quad Blogging.

    Best Wishes,

    1. Dear Grace,

      I am also sad that we have to end Quad Blogging for this week. Me to have never commented to a class in a grade that is higher than me.I am glad that I got to comment on the blog. What did you most enjoy about blogging?


    2. Dear Mrs. Ranney and class,

      Even though we got an extra week because of open house, I still can’t believe our quad blogging week is almost over. Also, I am very glad that we’re ending off with Mr. Avery’s class.

      I wish quad blogging week would last until the last day of school.

      Looking forward to your comments,


    3. Dear Grace,

      I am also very devastated that this is the last week of quad blogging.

      I had an delightful time blogging to all the wonderful classes, but I enjoyed blogging to Mr. Avery's class the most. I like their blog because they make their posts sophisticated.

      I really enjoyed blogging with other classes around the world.




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