Skyping Mrs Yollis’ Class

Mrs Yollis and her third grade class in California are our blogging buddies. Mrs Morris, Miss Jordan and their students have been good friends with Mrs Yollis’ class since 2009.

4KM and 4KJ skyped with Mrs Yollis on the last day of 2011 when they were just meeting their new teachers. Today the students had the chance to skype with Mrs Yollis again and meet her class!

There is a big time difference between California and Victoria. When we started the call it was

8:55am on Wednesday in Leopold, Australia

1:55pm on Tuesday in Los Angeles, USA

Click here to find out more about time differences around the world.

Since 4KM and 4KJ are learning about Australia this term they wanted to share some facts with Mrs Yollis’ class, and also find out some information about America.

Seventeen 4KM and 4KJ students had special jobs. The researchers and speakers were Maha, Lachlan, Leah, Brandon, Trent, Maddy, Millie, Skye, Clancy, Olivia and Becky. Adam and Libby were typists. The photographers were Kealee and Sophie. Patrick and Hannah were the greeters.

This is the transcript of answers that Adam typed up. Libby’s transcript got lost!
Adam transcript – Skype with Mrs Yollis 22.02.12

Click here to read Mrs Yollis’ post about our Skype call.

Please leave a comment and share a fact about Australia or the USA. It might be something you already know or something you learnt on Skype. 

Perhaps you could compare some information about the USA and Australia.

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85 thoughts on “Skyping Mrs Yollis’ Class

  1. Dear 4KM and 4KJ
    It seems you had a very successful skype call today with Mrs Yollis’ class, and shared lots of interesting information.

    The B4 children are always amazed when we think about time zones. In New Zealand we are only two hours ahead of you in Victoria though. We only have one time zone in New Zealand.

    What was the most fascinating difference you found between the classes?

    your blogging buddy
    Mrs Mckenzie

    • Dear Mrs McKenzie and B4,

      Thank you for the great comment!

      I learnt a lot more today with the skype than I had ever know before.

      It is very interesting about our time zones. In your comment you said there is only 2 hours between us. Thank you, for I did not know that before.

      the most fascinating difference to me was the population.
      USA- 312,000,000
      AUS- 22,800,000

      Talk soon,
      Kealee

    • Dear Mrs McKenzie and B4,

      Hi, I’m Skye and I’m in 4KJ.

      Thanks for leaving a comment! The skype with Mrs Yollis and her class today was fun!

      I was amazed by the time difference. 19 hours difference is a lot. Did you know that the time difference is in exact hours, there are no minutes?

      My favourite bit was when they told us about their animals and how skunks sometimes come.

      Your blogging buddy,

      Skye ♥

      • Dear Kealee, Skye and Lilli
        We have a very small population compared to both USA and Australia – we have only 4,000,000 people. That’s probably just as well because we are a very small country compared to yours!

        I’m glad we don’t have skunks in New Zealand. That’s one animal I don’t want to smell!

        Thanks for your replies 🙂
        Mrs McKenzie

    • Dear Mrs Mckenzie and b4,
      We did have a very successful talk to Mrs Yollis and her kids thank you for asking. Well times are very intersing. And it’s amazing that you only have one time zone.
      from your blogging buddy
      Maddy

  2. Dear 4KM and 4JK,

    Wow how great that you got to skype with your blogging buddies.

    I am pretty sure you all learned a great deal from each other.
    I really do feel this is a awesome way to learn.

    Wish I was able to skype when I was at school.

    AA

  3. Hi Mrs Morris and Miss Jordan,

    I think that skyping with Mrs Yollis’s class was fun and taught me a lot.It was good to see their new class room and students.

    I have learned that the USA flag has 50 stars and each star represents all the states, the 13 strips represents the old 13 colonies.

    oh,yer I forgot to say I love the post!

    Bye for now,
    Charlotte 8)

    • Dear Charlotte,
      I leant alot to,it was nice talking to her and I didn’t know there was 50 stars and 13 stripes until we skyped with Mrs Yollis and if I didn’t know I wouldn’t be able to unlock a new blade on frout nija.Well bye for now.
      from
      Patrick 😀

  4. Dear Mrs Mckenzie,
    Thank you for your comment. I didn’t know that you were two hours ahead of us.

    Anyway the most fascinating difference would have to be the population wich in USA it is about 312,000,000 and where we are it is about 22,328,800.

    Bye for now,
    Lilli (4KM) 8)

  5. Dear 4KM and 4KJ,

    Wow it was great skyping with Mrs Yollis. It was wonderful learning all the new facts. I like hearing and learning all the new things.

    The most interesting thing was that they have the skunks , hawks and eagles. It is really funny that they come to school with a disgusting smell.It was really nice that there was people that could stay and chat with us.

    I can’t believe we met some of the mothers.

    From your blogging buddy,

    Emily and Emma

    • Dear EMILY AND EMMA,
      thank you for the great comment. Year i thought it was great that we got to be
      able to skype with mrs yollis.

      I think that skyping with other people is realy cool.I use to skype with my friends in south Africa have you ever skyped with friends or family?

      from you’r friend Brodey 😀

    • Dear Emily and Emma,

      It is so funny to hear that the skunks gave the most horrible smell to the school.

      Oh, by the way thanks for the comment, it’s great.

      I think skyping with Mrs Yollis’s class was fun too.

      Thanks 8)
      Charlotte

  6. Madeline was excited to hear about the skype conversation with the class in the USA. She enjoys talking to people on the other side of the world. When I was in Holland last year we talked regularly on Skype. When i was waking up and having breakfast, Madeline and her sisters would be having dinner. She thought this was funny. We have a Skype account set up on our computer at home. Maddy & her sisters use it all the time to talk to there auntie that lives in Vietnam. They also use it to keep intouch with there grand parents when they are overseas.

    • Dear Justin,

      Thank you for your comment!

      That is great that Maddy and her sisters get to skype with there auntie that lives in Vietnam.

      I was very exited about the skpye with Mrs Yollis and her class too.

      Hope to hear from you again!

      Your new friend,
      Kealee

  7. Dear 4KM and 4KJ,

    It is great to see the kids communicating with others from different countries.

    I know the time difference between Australia and the USA was an interesting topic that was discussed in our house.

    Keep up the great blogging,
    I am looking forward to lots more skyping.

    From ,
    Kerrie(Sophie’s mum)

    • Dear Kerrie,

      Thank you for the great comment!

      I also think that is great that we are communicating with people in different countries.

      I hope that we can hear from you again!

      Talk soon,
      Kealee

  8. Dear 4KM and 4KJ,
    My name is Matt,I am Hannah and Rebekah’s Dad.

    I think it is great that Hannah and Rebekah’s
    classes are interacting with other classes in
    America.

    Being able to share experiences and learn
    about different cultures is a wonderfull experience
    for them.

    Keep up the good work.

    From Matt.

    • Hi Matt,
      Great to hear from you!
      I like your comment and I think 4KM & 4KJ did as well. Thanks for your comment 🙂
      And it is really amazing that we can see people on the other side of the world ! 😀

      From your new friend,
      Libby 8)

  9. Skype is a fantastic program.
    Kadyns grandpa travels overseas a lot and when he is overseas we always talk to him in Skype.
    We always have video tours of the airports and the motel rooms.
    We even got to talk to him and see the great wall of china with him via Skype a few years ago.
    It’s a great way of communication and saves a lot of money on phone bills.
    The time differences are always a problem for us too.

    From Tracy (Kadyns Mum)

  10. Hi 4KM & 4KJ,

    I found out a number of things about America while skyping with Mrs. Yollis. Some of these thing are: 125 years separate the time America was found and when Australia was found, there around 312,000,000 people in America and Australia has nearly 23,000,000 people,
    America’s national bird is the Bald Eagle and Australia national bird is the Emu. I learnt many more things as well as this but it is all I could do.

    Fair well for now,
    Brandon.

    • To Brandon,

      It is great you lernt so things.It was cool to skype with Mis Yolis and her class.

      I lernt so many new things.My favourite part was the skunks.

      from your pal
      olivia 🙂

  11. Dear 4KM and 4KJ,

    I have already seen Mrs Yollis and class’s post on the on the amazing Skype session. I left a comment for them but will share some of what I said with you…

    As you can see, Australia is about 2 million square kilometres smaller than U.S.A. but, if we consider population, U.S.A. has 13.66 times the population of Australia.

    This means for every American, there is about 0.03 square kilometres or 30,000 square metres.

    For every Australian, there is about 3.36 square kilometres per person or about 3,360,000 square metres.

    This means every Australian has about 112 times as much.

    That sounds a big advantage but a very great deal of Australia is desert or very dry and not suitable for many people to live.

    The flags…

    The stars on the Star Spangled Banner each represent a U.S. state.

    The big star at the bottom left of the Australian flag has a similar idea. Six of the seven points each represent one of the six Australian states. The seventh point represents Australian territories.

    I think the Hawaiian state flag also has the Union Jack (U.K. flag) in its top left corner just like Australia.

    Having a similar heritage, both of our flags use red, white and blue.

    Your country is known as the United States of America whereas ours is the Commonwealth of Australia. A commonwealth is a community founded for the common good. It’s similar to the joining of the U.S. states. In our history, each state government agreed to be a part of the Commonwealth. Australia came into existence in 1901. Imagine the confusion if back then they had decided not to use Commonwealth in our full title. We might have been the United States of Australia. Two countries named U.S.A. simply wouldn’t have worked. U.S.A. has first claim to the title and we would have had to change. Maybe that’s why they decided on Commonwealth. ☺

    Isn’t it amazing how easy it is now to work with classes around the world? Our only problem can be the time of day. I know 2KM and 2KJ last year found it can mean one or both classes must stay at school well past the end of the school day to take part.

    I think you are going to have an amazing year of discovery this year. Your blog is going to help people like me share a little of the experience.

    @RossMannell
    Taecher, NSW, Australia

    • dear RossMannell,
      thanks for the great comment I think its great to know alot .Do you like facts ? I do like learning facts i leanred that in American there are sometimes there are deer on the street and that Americans population is
      312,0000,0000 and thats big I hope you comment back soon
      from your new friend
      brooklyn (4KJ)

      • Dear Brooklyn,

        Do I like facts? Interesting, it’s not so much that I like them, it’s more I simply remember many things or know how to find them. If I watch a quiz show on television, I find I often know the answers but they can almost always stump me on sports or film personalities. 🙂
        @RossMannell

        • Dear rossmannell thanks
          I learn my facts from the tv
          too. its cold here in Gelong whats it like there in new south wales
          bye for now
          your blogging friend
          broooklyn

    • Dear Ross,
      I think that was a very good comment you left on our blog even better lots of facts about Australia. I think your right about having a wonderful term learning about Australia even though we learned a lot last year in term one but that’s why Mrs Morris and Miss Jordan told us to draw Australia and write as many facts as we can. I got realy exited that we were going to talk to someone that lives over on the other part of the world. But as my Dad said I’ve did it before with my family. It was realy nice that some kids stayed behind to answer our question’s even though the bell went to go home. We were only going toask these question’s if they had time but they insisted. So hopefuly, we get to skype with them again. We had typer’s who was typing the question’s and the aswer’s we had photograph’s people who would take pitcher’s Kealee took a hundred and eight photo’s at least. You know a lot about Australia even though you are a teacher from New South Wales how do you know all these facts.

      From your blogging buddy
      Maddy

      • Dear Maddy,

        Thanks for the reply to my comment. I may be a NSW teacher but I have done quite a bit of travel and reading.

        I have been the only teacher in a small school in the west of NSW. I stayed on a sheep station as the closest town was 100km from the school. I’ve taught in Sydney and south coast NSW. In my travels, the only state I am yet to visit is WA and, yes, I’ve been in Geelong a number of years back.

        One important part of life is to never stop learning. It doesn’t matter how old you become, there’s always something new if we keep our five senses alert and our minds wide open to the world.

        I hope to always keep learning. This has helped me be interested in many different things in life. Keep your curiosity and you’ll find you start to remember facts you didn’t think you knew. You’ll also find you will know how to find facts you need when the time comes. ☺

        @RossMannell
        Teacher, NSW, Australia

    • Dear Ross,
      Thank you for leaving a wonderful comment on our blog even better it’s all about Australia. I think you did that because we are learning about Australia. It’s good that you looked at Mrs Yollis post abot skyping we did too. It’s amazing that you know all thses facts about Australia even though you are a teacher from New South Wales.
      from your blogging buddy
      Maddy

  12. Hi 4KM and 4KJ,

    Skyping to mrs Yollis was so fun,I wonder when were going to skype with mrs Yollis again.

    Here are some facts, usa 312,000,000 aus nelly 23,000,000. Australia national bird is the Emu,and America’s national bird is the Bald Eagle.

    from,
    hayden 🙂

    • Dear Hayden,

      What a great comment. I really loved skyping with Mrs Yollis too. I wonder when we are going to skype her again.

      The populations beetween USA and Australia is a big difference. The national birds fact was really cool too.

      Bye for now,
      Millie

    • Dear Hayden,

      What a quality comment:?
      I loved skyping with Mrs Yollis and her class.It was good to learn some facts about America.

      Keep on blogging Max 🙂

    • Dear Hayden,
      You were right it was realy fun skyping with Mrs Yollis. I think we all learnt something new even the kids in Mrs Yollis class and it was amazing thatsome kids stayed behind to answer our question’s.
      from your blogging buddy
      Maddy

    • Dear Travis,

      The current US flag has 50 stars but their first only had 13, one for each of the founding states. As more states joined, more stars were added.

      During World War One and Two, the US flag had 48 stars but it climbed to 49 in 1959 with Alaska and then 50 in 1960 when Hawaii became a state. Will there be more in the future, who knows?

      @RossMannell

  13. Hello,
    We learned about about both places by watching your post. Since Australia is our focus country it helps us learn more about life there.
    The birds look so different. Our state bird is a red cardinal. Like California our national bird is the eagle. We are located on the opposite side of the US and our state borders a different ocean. Do you know which ocean is next to California and which is next to North Carolina? We thought you bird might be a kookabura since we keep reading and hearing songs about that one.
    Even in North Carolina USA, we have days of various temperatures. Today was 66 F and tomorrow will be 73 F but by the weekend it will be back in the high 50’s.It’s still winter here but we are having a mild winter with only a few cold days. Some mornings are chilly in the 30’s F when we go to school. We arrive at school by 7:30 and leave at 2:00.
    It was windy today but sunny. It’s calling for possible thunderstorms tonight.

    • Dear Roadrunners,

      Hi! My name is Kealee and I am in Mrs Morris grade.(4KM)

      thank you for your great comment!

      That is great that you have leaned more about both places by the post.

      you are right your population is a lot smaller than ours.

      Wow, you have to be at school by 7:30!
      I wake up at 7:30.
      Our school day starts at 8:55 and ends at 3:30.

      Could you please tell me what the red cardinal looks like?

      I don’t know what oceans are next to California and Carolina.
      Could you please tell me?

      Talk soon,
      Kealee

      • Kealee,
        It was nice to hear from you. How long have you been blogging?
        You asked about the cardinal so if you look at our latest post you will see a picture in the video.
        The cardinal is also the state bird in Virginia where I was born. The male is bright red. The female is a duller color so the one in the picture is a male.
        Mrs. Todd

  14. Dear 4KM and 4KJ,

    It was a pleasure getting to see all of you again! My class really enjoyed the connection as well!

    Even thought I learned about time zones when I was in school, it is still difficult for me to comprehend that it was Tuesday afternoon in Los Angeles, but Wednesday morning for all of you!

    I enjoyed learning about Australia. It is a beautiful country filled with lovely people (like you!) and interesting landforms and animals. I’d love to visit there some day. I have the end of June, all of July and most of August off for summer vacation. I know that it would be your winter. What is it like for tourists in July and August? What do you recommend I see?

    I’m glad you enjoyed our story about the skunk. It is very rare to see or smell a skunk, but occasionally we’ve smelled the odor at school and twice near my house! Commonly seen animals are red-tailed hawks, squirrels, coyotes, and sometimes deer. Here are two links to some recently viewed deer.

    http://thevoiceofroyce.blogspot.com/2012/02/amazing-things-you-find-in-nature.html

    http://yollis365project.blogspot.com/2012/02/48-oh-deer.html

    What other questions would you like to know about America? Would you like to Skype again?

    Your friend,
    Mrs. Y♥llis
    California

    • Hi Mrs Yollis,
      It’s great to hear from you!
      It was great fun skyping with you.
      I’m Libby I was the typist. What was your favorite part about skyping with us?

      Sincerely,
      Libby <3 (4KM)

      • @ Libby,

        Thanks so much for commenting back to me! I appreciate that!

        Taking notes is a very important job. Sometimes when people are listening, they miss some pieces of information. Having the notes to refer to helps everyone learn more. Did you have trouble understanding us because of our accents? 🙂

        You must be a good typist. How did you learn to type?

        Your friend,
        Mrs. Y♥llis

    • Dear Mrs Yollis,

      Hi! My name is Kealee and I am in Mrs Morris grade(4KM).I met you when I was in grade two and my teacher was Miss Jordan.

      Thank you for your big and amazing comment!

      I was so excited when Miss Jorden and Mrs Morris said that we were skyping with you But they did not tell us it was with you,your class and so of your students mothers.

      I thought it was funny when you were skyping with us it was Tuesday afternoon for you and Wednesday morning for us.

      I think it was interesting learning about California and America.

      It is great to come to Australia in winter and summer because some of the days in winter are hot.

      I think you would like to go to Sydney and see the Sydney harbour bridge and the Sydney Opera House.

      I am not sure what else I would like to ask you but I definitely want to skype with you again and if I think of some thing I would be sure to ask you.

      Talk to you soon.

      Bye for now,
      Kealee :mrgreen:

      • @ Kealee,

        I remember you from your days in second grade. Boy is time flying! 🙂

        You mentioned that you thought it was funny that it was Tuesday for us and Wednesday for your class. That is strange for me too! When I wake up to go to school each day, it is the middle of the night for you!

        Your winter sounds like our winter. For example, it is winter here in the northern hemisphere, and today it was very warm! It was around 78˚F (25˚ C).

        Have you ever been to the United States?

        Your friend,
        Mrs. Y♥llis

        • Dear Mrs Yollis,

          Thank you for the reply!

          I have never been to the USA but I am hoping that one day I can.
          Is there any place you recamend I go?

          My brother likes basketball and he is always asking dad if he can go do the lakers play.

          Talk soon,
          Kealee

  15. Dear 4KM and 4KJ,

    What a great post! Adam’s transcript was really good and Kealee’s and Sophie’s photos were taken very nicely. I loved skyping with Mrs Yollis and her class.

    The time differences were very confusing considering it was 8:55am here but it was 1:55pm over there?! Did you know that only the hours change but the minutes are alwayes the same?

    I had alot of fun talking with Mrs Yollis and she remebers me from 2KJ! The answer I gave her was that Australia became a country on the 1st of January 1901. Another fact I found out was the first Englishmen to visit Australia was William Damper in 1688.

    Bye for now,
    Millie

    • Dear Millie,

      Thanks for the great comment and I agree the time diffrences are very confusing.

      I also loved the fact you said it was great. Millie do you know how Mrs Yollis remembered you from grade two?

      I loved talking with Mrs Yollis too.

      From your blogging buddy
      Jess 😎

      • Dear Jess,

        I thank you for your brilliant reply. You write comments perfectly.

        I think Mrs Yollis remembers me from grade two because we used to skype her in 2KJ and 2KM. I guess she just remembers my face. I’m not that sure.

        From your blogging buddy,
        Millie

        • Dear Millie,

          Your probley right about Mrs yollis remembering you from grade 2.

          When you were in 2 did you actually skype with Mrs Yollis?

          Well I will see you soon
          from your blogging buddy
          Jess :mrgreen:

    • Dear Millie,
      it was so fun skyping with Mrs Yollis.
      My favourite part was when the twins swiched places and tricked Mrs Yollis
      though it was a bit ennoying when we had to hang up twice because of the signal.

      Your blogging buddy,
      Bronte.

  16. Dear Mrs Morris and Ms Jordan,
    It was great to hear that 4KM/KJ had fun skyping with Mrs Yollis. Maha was very excited. My family is in pakistan and we do use a lot of skype to talk to them.

    The slide show was fantastic. Maha has been having a fabulous time in grade 4. Keep the great work up teachers!

    From,

    Shazia 😀

    • Dear Shazia,

      Thank you for your great comment!

      I was so exited about the skype too!

      Hope to hear from you again.

      Talk soon,
      Kealee :mrgreen:

  17. Dear Mrs Morris and Miss Jordan,

    My favorite part of the skype was the animals. It is discusting how the skunks go through their rubbish.

    from Kadyn 🙂

    • Kadyn that’s so funny the way skunks go through there rubbish. I’ve only ever seen skunks on cartoons. Do you know if they really spray smelly stuff like in the cartoons? Can the touch them or are they unfriendly?

    • Dear Kaydn,

      We think is disgusting when skunks go
      through your rubbish. Some people think skunks are cute but we don’t.They leave a yuk smell.

      Luckily we don’t have skunks in Australia . People would not like to live in some places of Australia.

      Keep up the good work From Emily and Maha

  18. Dear 4KM and 4KJ

    Skyping with mrs Yollis and her class was really fun. I really enjoyed it.

    I hope to do it again soon.I never new that they were a day behind us. I learned a lot fom them.

    from Elijah 4KM

  19. Dear 4KM and 4KJ,

    I loved it when we skyped with Mrs Yollis.It was funny how Hannah and Becky swaped seats while Mrs Yollis tried to get the computer working.

    Sophie and Keelee were great photographers.I hope we skype again soon.

    From,
    Indiana

    • Dear Indiana,

      Thank you for your great comment!

      I all so loved it when we skyped with Mrs Yollis and her class.

      Your right it was really funny when Hannah and Becky swaped seats.

      Thank you for saying Sophie and I were great photographers . That is really nice. :mrgreen:

      Keep up the great work,
      Kealee ♥

  20. Dear 4KM and 4KJ,

    Skyping with Mrs Yollis and her class was great fun. I hope we do it again! I liked every bit of the skype but I think my favourite bit was when they told us about how skunks sometimes come. I also liked when we compared our populations.

    Here is a fact: There are 19 hours difference between America and Australia in time.

    What do you want to learn about America?

    From Skye 🙂

    • Dear skye,
      I would like to know what the American animals are.
      What other facts do you know about America?

      From your blogging buddy,
      Bronte.

      • Dear Bronte,

        Thanks for replying! Have a look on Adam’s document to see what Mrs Yollis and her class told us.

        What are you doing this weekend?

        From your friend,

        Skye ♥

    • Hi Skye,
      It was great fun Skyping with Mrs Yollis and her class.
      I also liked when we compared our populations too! 🙂
      When we Skyped with Mrs Yollis and her class I learned that it’s 19 hours between Australia and America!
      What have you learnt about Australia and America before we did the call?

      Talk to you soon,
      Libby 8)

  21. Dear 4KM and 4KJ,

    It’s always so much fun to get to skype with another class, especially when it’s so far away! You’re very lucky that the time lines up right so that you can skype with Mrs. Yollis’ class. The time would never work for us because we’re never in school at the same time as you!

    Mrs Morris skyped in to our class one time but she had to do it at 6 a.m.! Your class if 16 hours ahead of us so what time do you think it would have been for us when she skyped us?

    Sincerely,
    Mr. Avery

    • Dear Mr. Avery,

      Hi my name is Kealee and I am in Mrs Morris grade. (4KM)

      Thank you for your great comment!

      I also think that it is so much fun skyping with people far away.

      We were very lucky to skype with Mrs Yollis and her class. I hope to do it again through the year.

      It is really sad we can’t skype with you.

      Wow! Mrs Morris must of woke up pretty early when she skyped with you.

      I think it would be about 1 o’clock in the afternoon for you when you skyped together.
      Is that right?

      Hope to talk soon,
      Kealee

      • Dear Kealee,

        You were pretty close! It was actually 2 p.m. for us when Mrs. Morris skyped in! It was very early for her but our school day was almost done!

        I skyped in to Mrs. Morris and Ms. Jordan’s class a couple times last year. Hopefully I’ll be able to do the same again this year! Even though I won’t be with my whole class, I’d definitely enjoy skyping in to your class one night. You’ll have to think of some questions you’d like to know about Massachusetts in the United States!

        Have a great weekend.

        Sincerely,
        Mr. Avery

  22. Dear 4KM and 4KJ,

    I enjoyed it when we got to talk with Mrs Yollis’
    class. I liked it when Rebekah and I made a trick on Mrs Yollis.

    I have a fact about an Australian bush ranger.
    Australia’s greatest bush ranger named Ned Kelly who was finally captured at Glenrowan Victoria and hanged at the Melbourne jail on the 11th of November 1880. Were his last words were “such is live”.

    I hope you liked my facts I shared with you.

    Bye for now your blogging buddie
    Hannah 😉

    • Dear Hannah,

      Thank you for your comment!

      I also enjoyed it when we talked to Mrs Yollis.
      It was really funny when you and Becky changed seats.

      I really enjoyed your Ned Kelly fact.

      Talk soon,
      Kealee :mrgreen:

  23. Dear 4KM and 4KJ,

    Great post!

    I rember skyping with Mrs Yollis lots of times. I thought it was so fun.

    Great slide show!

    What was your favourite thing about skyping with Mrs Yollis?

    Sorry got to go.

    Your new blogging friend,
    Alana (3AH)

    • Dear Alana,

      Thank you for your great comment!

      Thank you for saying the post was great.

      I think it is fun skyping with Mrs Yollis too!

      I liked every thing about the skype and I learnt a lot about the USA.

      Talk soon,
      Kealee

      • Dear Kealee,

        Wow! You are a great blogger. You write a reply back to nearly every comment.

        I think by the end of the year you will be super fast at typing.

        Keep up the great blogging,

        Skye 😀

        • Dear Skye,

          Thank you for saying I am a great blogger. You are to!

          I really enjoy blogging so I just leave comment and hope to get my own blog soon so I can leave even more comments.

          I think I might be a fast typer to. You are really fast a typing to.

          Have you left any posts on your blog lately.

          Your good friend,
          Kealee

  24. Dear Kealee,

    Thanks for the fabulous reply.

    You even replyed to my comment, wow! You are a role model to our classes so keep up the great blogging!

    I have put a new post on my blog. It is the first post if you look at it.

    Keep up the fantastic blogging! 😀

    From your friend,

    Skye ♥

  25. Dear Skye,

    I think you are a great role model for the class.

    I left a comment on the latest post on your blog.

    I will reply to you when ever I can.

    Talk soon,
    Kealee

    • Dear Kealee,

      You and Skye are both great bloggers.I hope you do get your own blog soon.So everyone can comment on your blog.

      Talk Soon Max 🙂

  26. Dear Mrs. Morris and Miss Jordan,

    I was very curious if Australia sells Hershey Candy products??? Or does your area sell Reese’s peanut butter cups? It looks like you guys had a lot of fun Skyping Mrs. Yollis’s class! Thanks again.

    Your blogging buddy,
    Taite B.

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