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Our blogoversary is here again!
Our blog by the numbers:
Countries that visited our blog this year: 72
Visitors to our blog this year: 4,784
Comments this year: 280
Spam: yeah, we had some of that, too. 🙁
Student writing this year: 40
Voice threads, Wall Wishers, and more!
Since our blog began we have had 9,369 visitors to our blog with over 700 comments from our world-wide audience.
We are looking forward to more visitors, more countries, and more comments in our next year.
I can’t believe it is here – the one-year birthday of this blog!
Here is our year by the numbers…
We’d love to hear your thoughts on the first year of our blog. Please leave a comment!
Mrs. Wojtera’s Wonderful Ones are invited to participate in the first summer blogging project! It’s easy as one, two, three!
- Do something fun this summer! Fishing, swimming, going on vacation, a picnic at the park, most anything will do!
- Write about it! Check your work. You can include some digital pictures, if you like. (See the information sent home for rules about digital photography!)
- Type your story and have a parent help you sent it to me by e-mail. Attach the digital photo if you have one.
I will take care of the post! You visit the blog and comment often. It will be fun to keep up with your friends and see what they are doing this summer. Don’t forget that the public library has computers to use for free!
Remember to follow our safety rules for photography!
I hope you got to sleep in this morning! Enjoy your day off, but don’t forget to read some books! Wasn’t that silent e video fun yesterday? “Silent e is a ninja, doesn’t make a peep”… according to this Electric Company video. Watch and learn!
It’s Jacob D.’s turn to choose a book and report in our blog, so stay tuned!
Look what I found! Our class accepts the challenge and is ready to accomplish the mission! We will be sure to keep track in the classroom with a list on the wall, posting on the blog, and by adding to our Shelfari list. We will enjoy classifying our books as much as we will continue to enjoy a diverse collection of literature.
I hope to get some projects posted on the blog soon. The first graders are working hard to read more fluently, write with stamina, and be more independent spellers. That is a huge undertaking. We want to publish a few digital stories along with completing our regular school work! Send your ideas and comment on ours! We can’t wait to hear from you.
To parents and teachers,
I am experimenting with building a blog! I hope to discover and develop ways to use it for teaching and learning. If you have any comments, questions, or just want to cheer me on, please comment! I am on a journey, teaching myself by exploring other blogs, reading posts, searching, twittering, and many other exciting things. More information about my classroom can be found on my web page.