QuadBlogging Week One: Let’s Visit Mrs Yollis’ Class

4KM and 4KJ enjoy sharing and learning with other classes around the world. They are QUAD buddies with three other classes!

*Mrs. Yollis’ Classroom Blog U.S.A.*
*Open the Door to B-4  in New Zealand*
*Mr. Salsich Class Blog U.S.A*
*4KM and 4KJ  in Australia *

Mrs Morris and Miss Jordan’s students have been friends with these classes for quite some time and the new 2012 students are enjoying getting to know their blogging buddies.

These classes originally found out about QuadBlogging from Mr. Mitchell.

The QuadBlogging concept: four blogging classes come together and learn about one another one week at a time. The alliance (group of friends) will help each class increase their readership while flattening their classroom walls and learning about the wonderful world we live in.

This week, let’s meet Mrs Yollis’ third graders from California! 

Mrs Yollis’ class has prepared a special post to introduce themselves to you.

Click here to visit their post.

You will find some great information about blogging and commenting.


Instead of leaving a comment on this post, why not head over to Mrs Yollis’ Classroom Blog and leave a comment for them!

They would love to hear from you.

Remember to mention where you’re from!

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21 thoughts on “QuadBlogging Week One: Let’s Visit Mrs Yollis’ Class

  1. Dear 4KM and 4JK,

    I think this is just great that have joined together with your quad blogging friends.

    I know for a fact you are all going to be learning heaps from each other, but the best thing of all is the wonderful friendships which will be made.

    I remember meeting Mrs Yollis and past students about a couple of years ago. This will be my 3rd year that I have been visiting and writing on her class blog.
    It really has been great to be able to learn sitting in my computer chair.

    Happy Quad Blogging everyone!

    From,
    AA.

    • Dear AA,

      I think quad blogging is a great way to blog! I also cant wait to start blogging on other peoples blogs.

      Oh, sorry I forgot to say what a great comment you wrote.

      Happy blogging,

      Georgia

    • Dear AA,
      I agree with you. All of us probably are going to learn a lot from quad blogging. If some how we don’t I’ll be talking about it. and it is great being able to sit in a chair and being able to learn new things. Especially if it’s a compfy chair.

      Bye for now
      from,
      Brandon the awesome lord.

      • Hello,

        I forgot to to do a full stop at some point. For that I’m sorry.

        Correcting punctuation.
        From,
        Brandon the Chosen One.

  2. Dear 4KM and 4KJ,

    My son, Rexon, is a student in Mrs. Yollis’ class in sunny California. What an exciting adventure to QuadBlog with classrooms around the globe! I can’t wait to join in on the learning about Australia, New Zealand and Connecticut.

    Our school year began last August. When did yours start?

    Happy blogging,
    Whitney

    • Dear Whitney,

      Thank you for your comment. Our school year began in February.

      Any way what is the season in California? 8)

      It is spring in Australia.

      From one of
      your blogging
      buddys
      Lilli (4KM)

  3. Hi 4KM and 4KJ,

    I heard you had a great time with the Geelong Cats clinic. Some of you even got your tops signed,
    Wow!

    I think you are all doing a great job with all the blogging.
    Keep up the good work 🙂

    From Eileen – Lilli’s mum

    • Dear Eileen,

      My name is Maha (4KM) I had an awesome time with the Geelong Cats and I must be speaking for most of the grade 4’s that did the clinic.

      I was one of the people that got their shirts signed.

      Thank you for saying that our blog is going great.Our Clustrmap is getting higher and higher everyday!

      Please comment again,

      Talk soon,

      Maha 😀

  4. Dear Lilli,

    We are 15 days away from the first day of Spring! We have had a very mild winter this year, and are hoping for rain. Southern California is a dry climate. What is the climate like where you are in Australia?

    Do you celebrate any fun holidays in Spring?

    Sincerely,
    Whitney

    • Dear whitney

      The climate here is kinda hot kinda cold but mostly cold (where i am)

      BTW (by the way) i celebrate my birthday and my brothers birth day too in spring

      from,
      Riley

    • Dear Whitney,

      Thank you for replying to my comment.
      Sorry I didn’t get back to you strait away. 🙁

      Our climate is maybe going to be cloudy.

      Sincerly,
      Lilli 8)

  5. Dear Riley,

    Thank you for answering my question about your climate. It can be rather hot and cold here as well. Sometimes in the summer it’s over 100 degrees, and can go below freezing in the winter. Do you know what the freezing temperature is? We use the Fahrenheit temperature scale in the U.S. Do you?

    Happy almost birthday to you and your brother! BTW, my sisters’ birthdays are also in Spring. 🙂

    Sincerely,
    Whitney (Rexon’s mom)

    • To Whitney

      Over 100 degrees wow the biggest i’ve seen in australia has been about 47 degrees but I don’t know what that is in Farenheit.No we dont use Fahrenheit, we use celsius (i think thats how its spelt).

      Happy early birthday to your sister [:

      You are a great blogger

      From,
      Riley

  6. Dear 4KM and 4KJ,

    Wow, what a great post. I think quad blogging is a great idea so great job Mr Mitchell for comming up with it.

    I hope we can skype again with some of our blogging buddies. Skyping is a great idea. I wonder who came up with it?

    I think we are going to learn a lot. We already have learnt so much about Mrs Yollis’s class and there state and country just in one skype.

    Happy Blogging,

    Skye ♥

  7. To 4KM and 4KJ

    My favourite part of the video, “mr michell thought la la la 0.0 i now Ill call it QUADBLOGGIN’ YAAAAAAAAAY!” totally random, funny and un-called for.

    From,
    Ril:Dy

  8. Dear Whitney,

    Thank you for replying to my comment.
    Sorry I didn’t get back to you strait away. 🙁

    Our climate is maybe going to be cloudy.

    Sincerly,
    Lilli 8)

  9. Dear 4KM and 4KJ,

    I am looking forward to doing quad blogging.
    I have never done quad blogging before.
    Who’s blog are we commenting on second, third
    and fourth.

    I can’t wait to comment on Mr Salsich and B4’s
    blog.

    From,
    Sophie

  10. Dear 4KM and 4KJ,

    Quadblogging is a great opportunity to share with other classes in a much closer way than random blogging. I think you’ll find yourself making great friends while having the fun of sharing ideas and activities.

    Enjoy the experience. 🙂

    @RossMannell
    Teacher, NSW, Australia

  11. Dear 4KM, 4KJ, and the other Quadbloggers,

    What a fantastic video and a great way to explain Quadblogging. I have heard this term a lot, but I didn’t know that there was a structure to it. How great does it sound?

    I will need to try to organise a Quadblogging crew now I think. It seems like a great way to explore other blogs and to practice quality commenting.

    Thanks for making such a great resource and video.

    Your nearest blogging buddy,
    Mrs Murphy @ PLPS

  12. Dear 4KM and 4KJ,
    You have inspired me with your fantabulous blogging skills! I can see that you all enjoy being connected using quadblogging. I will have to try that when I am back on class again.

    Your blog has so many useful tools and ideas – like a one-stop shop!

    Keep up the great work guys! 🙂

    Lisa Sov
    Teacher, NSW

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