Sunday, March 6, 2011

Let's Meet Our Blogging Buddies: 2KM and 2KJ

Mrs. Yollis' class enjoys sharing and learning with other classes around the world. This year, they are QUAD buddies with three other classes!


Mrs. Yollis and her class became friends with these three classes through educational blogging. They started the connection through the comment section on each other's blogs. Over time, the comments developed into friendships, and now they are a global learning community.
These classes read about Quad Blogging from Mr. Mitchell. 

This week, let’s meet

Mrs. Morris, Miss Jordan, and 2KM/2KJ from Australia.

These two classes share a big learning space and altogether there are 42 Grade 2 students.

Click here to visit their post.

You will be able to visit Leo the Lion and leave him a comment, 
and check out their other great posts and pages, 
Sites for Kids and Global Projects.

Head on over to the 2KM and 2KJ blog and leave a comment. 

Be sure to say that you are from Mrs. Yollis' class! 


  1. G'day Mrs Yollis

    My name is Sara and my son, Bradley is in 2KM. I was lucky enough to sit in on the last two Skype sessions you had with 2KM. I had never seen Skype before and I think its a terrific way to keep in touch.

    I was an exchange student from July '85 - July '86 in Janesville, Wisconsin in the Midwest. No such technology then!

    Kind regards
    Sara :-)

  2. Dear Mrs Yollis and class,
    Our names are Will and Zac and Wills Dad Ben. We really enjoyed Skypeing today (wednesday) with you. Thankyou fot the postcards we have really learned alot from your blog about America.
    Regards Zac Will and Ben


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