Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Happy Valentine's Day!


Today we recorded a special Valentine's Day song! We hope you enjoy our singing!



L is for the way you look at me
O is for the only one I see
V is very, very extraordinary
 E is even more than anyone that you adore

Love is all that I can give to you
Love is more than just a game for two
Two in love can make it
Take my heart and please don't break it
Love was made for me and you!

Thank you Mrs. Boyd for being our accompanist!


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We celebrated throughout the day. First, Royce's mom put a fruit medley together using red fruit donated by class members. 



Students passed out their valentines. Many students wrote the valentine names in cursive! Ooh la la!






At the end of the day, Mrs. Yollis said that students could open their valentines or have free-time. 









Many students opted to build tessellations. A tessellation is flat design that tessellates. That means that the shapes fit together with NO GAPS and NO OVERLAPS!










This beauty has been growing for two days! 



Some students added dots to this growing equilateral triangle pattern. 




 As we started to get Valentine's Day comments about our L-O-V-E song, students started commenting back!



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What did you give for Valentine's Day?




61 comments:

  1. Dear Mrs Yollis' class,
    You sing beautifully, and what a very romantic song for February 14th! I was wondering if you wore red and pink clothes especially for Valentine's Day, or if this is just a coincidence? Do you have the tradition of sending anonymous Valentine's Day cards too, or do you sign your name in yours? It is common to write a small romantic verse and sign with a ? on your Valentine's Day card in the UK!
    Sadly, I didn't get any... what about you?
    Mrs M
    A Room with a View, UK

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    1. Dear Mrs. Monaghan,

      Thank you for saying that we are great singers. Actually Mrs. Yollis recommended that we wear red and pink clothes, but we wore a gray and black shirt because we forgot to wear red and pink.

      No, we don't, but it would be fun if we did not sign our names and made it a mystery. Well at least I do, but we don't know about anyone else.

      In the classroom, people usually don't write questions in their valentines card. Most people don't bring cards, they usually bring junk food/candy. Some of us bring homemade junk food. We had a lot of valentines because our class has to give them to all of us.

      Sincerely,
      Parsa and Aidan

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  2. Just loved your Valentine's Day song so much I added it to My Valentine's Day page for all to enjoy! Hope you all have a lovely day!

    http://cybraryman.com/valentine.html

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    1. Dear Cybrary Man,

      Thank you for putting it on your web page! My day has been good so far! First, my brother woke me up with a lovely video! Second, I get to spend most of my day with all my friends and family. Last but not least, at school we make these bags and we then put candy in the on Valentines Day!

      What do you do for Valentines Day?

      Best regards,
      Sasha♥♥♥

      P.S The video from my brother was the Google Valentine's Day video! You can find it on YouTube.

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  3. Dear Mrs. Yollis' class,

    Oh- that song brought tears to my eyes. It was so touching!

    What will I give today? Lot's of hugs and kisses. (But probably not to Royce- he doesn't like kisses ☺).

    Sincerely,

    Tara Mettler

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  4. To Mrs. Yollis and class,
    I just watched your fantastic video. It put a big smile on my face as I continue my workday.
    Thank you for the special gift on Valentine's
    Day.
    Julie (Brenden's mom)

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    1. Dear Mom,

      For one of your first comments, that that was fantastic! You are now a great commenter!

      I have some suggestions to make your comments better:

      • Use compound sentences
      * Use dependent clauses
      ∆ Use high level vocabulary
      • Add relevant information
      * Ask relevant questions

      Here is a little bit of information about our party. First, we are going to play some games and then open our candy bags! I am building a huge tessellation with my classmates!

      Happy Valentine's Day!

      Love,
      Brenden

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  5. Marsha (Leila's mom)February 14, 2012 at 1:38 PM

    Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,

    What a wonderful performance of a lovely song! It put a huge smile on my face! I can't think of a better present for Valentine's Day.

    I gave my two favorite valentines, Leila and Hannah, two cute Teddy Bears and two candles that were shaped like a Teddy Bear. I also plan on making them and my husband a lovely dinner tonight. Spending time with family is my gift to myself, as it is my favorite thing in the world!

    Happy Valentine's Day everyone!

    Warmly,
    Marsha (Leila's mom)

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    1. Dear Mommy,

      Thank you for the wonderful compliments!

      The presents you gave me were wonderful, so I couldn't pick a favorite! The teddy bear you gave me had a little box in front of it, but I still haven't decided what to put in it yet.

      The dinner you made was delicious. It is probably the tastiest thing I had all week.

      Love,
      Leila♥

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  6. Dear Mom,

    What a comment! I thought that you only like to put two or three sentences in my comment. Did you change your mind?

    Did you see me singing the song? In case you didn't, I was next to Matthew and the E. Also, Maya was the L, Rexon was the O, and Acacia was the V. I was just holding the heart that I brought into the class when you were setting up the Valentine's Day fruit melody. Did you see it? I will be bringing it home anyway.

    Other people had their little hearts also. I think that some people in the top row overdid it with their hearts.

    I DO NOT WANT KISSES, so please do not give them to me. If you try to after piano, I will go and hide.

    I also had other little parties like passing out our valentine's, and we are going to have a party in the afternoon where we are going to have lots of games, cookies, and students will have free time.

    Sincerely,
    ◱R♔yce◲

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  7. Dear all,

    That was fantastic! Great singing. I only have one question. Who was wearing the teddy bear costume?

    Sincerely,

    Craig (Madison's Dad)

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    1. Dear Dad,

      Did you know that I love you that much? There is no one in Beverly. She is a toy bear. Thank you for complimenting us.

      Love,
      Madison

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  8. Dear Mrs. Yollis' class, I love your song. Hope you all had a fantastic Valentine's Day and a year filled with love! From, Lauren (Jordyn's mom)

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    1. Dear Mom,

      I love Valentine's day. Did you like the singing,I did? When I was singing it was fun,and hard. I hope you had a good Valentine's day too.


      Love,
      Jordyn

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  9. To Mrs. Yollis and Class,

    F is for a FANTASTIC video
    U is for a UNIQUE presentation
    N is for neat

    Watching your video was FUN! I hope you all had as much fun making it as I did watching it. So far, that's been the best part of my Valentine's day (though in a few minutes I might go steal a piece of candy from Sammy's loot today, so that might tie as the best part of my Valentine's day).

    Sincerely,

    Dana

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    1. @ Mom,

      Great comment! I liked how you did that poem! What does UNIQUE mean? If you comment back, can you also put a pronunciation key? Did you really steal a piece of candy? If so what kind of candy did you steal?

      Sincerely,
      Sammy

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    2. @ Sammy,

      Unique is pronounced (yoo-neek) and it means "unlike anything else." Seems like a fitting definition for the type of video your class created. And yes, in answer to your question, I did steal just one piece of candy from your bag. I'm sorry, but you know that when there are Skittles around, I just can't help myself!

      Wishing you a wonderful birthday today!

      Your mom,

      Dana

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  10. Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,

    Thank you all for singing such a wonderful song on Valentines Day!
    You have made me so happy, and so emotional. Bringing tears to my eyes, and putting a big smile on my face at the same time.

    I am going to give Atrina lots of warm hugs, kisses and the heart box of chocolates I got her for Valentines. I know she loves milk chocolates, and I'm sure she will enjoy it.

    Special thanks to Mrs.Yollis for organizing this wonderful gift for us parents, and also to Mrs.Boyd for being your accompanist. I thought she did a fantastic job!

    I wish you all a happy Valentines Day!

    Sincerely,
    Asheem, ( Atrina's mom )

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    1. Dear Mom,

      I loved your comment!

      I hope you liked the chocolate I gave you.

      My class and I did our best to make it special for all the parents.

      Also you know how Valentines Day is my month.If you don't know why Valentines Day is my kind of month then here is why. Chocolate, it is all about the chocolate, and you know when I see chocolate I just want to eat it.

      As you always say you are not the best, but when you practice you get better.

      Love,
      Atrina

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  11. Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,

    Your video was wonderful, everyone gave such an energetic performance! That is a nice song to hear, especially on Valentine's Day. I hope you all have a wonderful Valentine's Day and don't eat too much candy!

    Best regards,

    Joy (Sasha's Mom)

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  12. Thank you to each one of you. What a lovely way to put a smile on my face. Excellent song!
    Martina (alyssa's mommy)

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    1. @ Mom,

      Your welcome. We all worked on it very hard. We heard it from a certain movie. I love this movie. Which movie is it?

      That is what I kinda intended to do, put a smile on your face. I forgot who is it by? I wish I saw it put that smile on your face!

      I know, it really is an excellent song! I had a great Valetine's Day! Did you have a great Valentines Day, too?

      Your daughter,
      Alyssa

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  13. ♥♥Ell♥e♥♥February 14, 2012 at 7:37 PM

    Dear Mrs. Yollis,

    I love Valentine's Day. I think the video was a great idea to me because it is a big present for your parents.

    My valentine was a foam piece of paper with Happy Valentine's Day or I put a heart instead of
    "Valentine's". Inside there is a lollipop. I gave you a few hearts attached to each other with a little note on the back.

    L♥ve,

    ♥♥Ell♥e♥♥

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  14. Dear Mrs. Yollis,

    I loved the Valentine song that your class recorded. It was a wonderful way to finish off a special day. I hope everyone had a wonderful Valentine's Day. It looks like the class had a lot of fun.

    Lysandra (Alexandra's mom)

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    1. Dear Mommy,

      I enjoyed singing that Valentines song, and I also enjoyed listening to it. I think everyone was happy that day because of the candy and chocolates. I had a lot of fun that day, and wish that Valentines Day could be everyday. My favorite part of Valentines Day was singing that song and having fun with my friends. I had a lot of fun on Valentine's Day.

      Did you have fun on Valentines day?

      Your daughter,
      Alexandra

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  15. Dear Maya,

    I really loved your Valentine performance! You did an excellent job with the letter "L". I thought the other kids were great too... especially the brown furry kid! You guys are such good singers!

    I also enjoyed looking at the tessellations. They are very beautiful! You are only 8 and are already smarter than me... I have never heard of that word before. Maybe you'll have to start teaching me a thing or two!

    Love,
    Mom

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  16. Dear Mrs. Yollis's class,

    I have a very funny Valentine's story to tell you. One of my friends had given me some Hershey's kisses for Valentines day, and I put it in the same pocket of my backpack as my notecards for science. We all went to bed, and that was all... or so we thought. Late at night, my mom heard a weird noise from downstairs. She sent to go look, and she found my chocolates and flashcards in my dogs bed! Apparently, my dog was yearning for some chocolate, and some knowledge of genetics. My dogs misadventure with my chocolates is probably the first time ever that a dog has truly eaten someone's homework.

    Love,
    Taylor (Matthew's Sister)

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    1. @ Taylor,

      Thanks so much for taking the time to comment on our class blog. We love it!

      Your story was very funny, and I made a connection to it. About 24 years ago, I lived at home with my parents and our family dog, Vern. I had just started teaching. The students in my third grade class had done a book report and two of the reports involved food. For the book, The Chocolate Touch, the boy had glued little chocolate bars on the cover. For the Popcorn Project, there was pop corn glued on the front. Well, I graded the reports and then set them on the floor in a neat stack. Guess who got in and LOVED the book reports? Vern! Imagine how embarrassed I was to give the book reports back and say, "I'm sorry, my dog ate your report!"

      Thanks for a wonderful comment!

      Your fan,
      Mrs. Y♥llis

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  17. Dear Mrs. Yollis's class,

    I really enjoyed your Valentine performance. You a group of very talented singers. We only had two rehearsals and you had the song mastered. It was nice to watch it on the video because I was watching the notes on my music and couldn't really look at you as we practiced. Matthew, you did a great job with that "E". Thanks you for letting me be included in your Valentine gift! Have a happy day!

    Warmly,
    LaRaine Boyd (Matthew's mom)

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    1. @ Taylor,

      Yes, Taylor, I too think that is truly the first time a dog really ate a kid's homework. But I thought in sixth grade Jimmy ate your homework too. but I could be wrong.



      @ Mommy,

      I thought singing was extraordinarily fun too, and I am amazingly happy that you are our music teacher now. Are you going to stay as our music teacher for the rest of the year?

      Your family member,
      Matthew

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    2. Dear Matthew,
      I am happy that you and your class enjoyed learning L-O-V-E. I enjoyed playing the piano to help you learn your song. I would love to keep helping the class learn many songs. When I was young, music education was a very big part of my life and I am happy to share a little of what I learned. I have already added Mrs. Yollis' class music time to my weekly calendar.

      Love,
      Mommy

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  18. Dear Mrs Yollis and class,

    I loved your song so much because this was a song that I had in my wedding! I chose the version by Joss Stone as one of the songs to conclude my ceremony.

    I find it so interesting that you do Valentines Day activities at school. You would not see this happening in Australian schools (as far as I know) and I can only imagine how my students would react if I said we were doing Valentines Day activities!

    Some adults here celebrate Valentines Day by giving their partner a gift. Although I think my husband needs to read your blog post! :-)

    I'm so glad you all had a lovely day!

    Mrs M☀rris

    PS - who was Beverly's Valentine?

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    1. @ Mrs. Morris,

      I think that this song would go perfect for a wedding. It is so romantic and my mom said it made her day. She had stomach flu, so it wasn't the best Valentines Day. She couldn't eat any chocolate!

      I think Beverlie's valentine was Panda. I think they had a great Valentines Day together! Beverly had the cutest flower in her hair made of tissue paper.

      Happy Valentines Day!

      L♥ve,
      ♥M♥a♥

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  19. Mrs. Yollis & class,

    What a beautiful video! It was so thoughtful of you to make this video for your parents and followers. We had a busy Valentine's Day here at our school, too. I'm glad you enjoyed yours!

    Mrs. Deyamport & The REACH Rocketeers

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    1. Dear Mrs. Yollis,

      I had a great time on Valentines Day! I also enjoyed rehearsing and recording our song. I have a question that I've been meaning to ask you, what is the song even called?


      I gave out homemade chocolate candies. All you had to do was melt a lot of chocolate, pour the chocolate in a shaper, then put them in the fridge for 2 hours. After 2 hours, you will have chocolate candies. ( If you want to make chocolate lollipops, put a stick in the shaper and then put them in the refrigerator).

      Sincerely,
      M♥a

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    2. Mia,

      The song is called L-O-V-E. Also, thank you for the homemade chocolate flower that you gave me for Valentine's Day. It was very unexpected and special. It also tasted great!

      Warmly,
      LaRaine Boyd

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  20. Mrs. Yollis and students,
    An awesome video and I love the song. You have beautiful voices. Even the big fellow in front. Is he your mascot? We celebrated the dayin a small way. We made Valentine bags but not as elaborate as yours. We had a cookie, doritos and juice as a treat. We opened our Valentine's then we had to calculate how much they were worth if we paid a penny for them, a nickel, dime, quarter or dollar. We like your designs. You spent a lot of time doing those.
    What is the weather like in California? We had a 60 degree day today but earlier this week it was like 30 degrees F.
    Mrs. Todd and the Roadrunners

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    1. Parsa (Mrs. Yolllis)February 17, 2012 at 8:59 AM

      Dear Mrs. Todd & Roadrunners,

      Great comment and thank you! The big fellow is Beverly! He is our class mascot along with Panda. We also designed bags that Mrs. Yollis gave us. We had fruits from one mom and then twenty-four pieces of candy for Valentine's Day.

      In California, it is usually about 60-80 in the winter, but in summer it is about 80˚-100˚.

      Did you have a party? What was the best valentine you got?

      Sincerely,
      Parsa (Mrs. Yollis)

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  21. Dear Mrs. Yollis and class

    What a lovely class you are, I really enjoyed
    hearing all of you singing so beautiful. That made my Valentine day more special. Thank you
    Lilach (Etai mom)

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    1. @ Mom,

      Awesome comment I enjoyed reading your comment. My heart also had love inside and every time I sang the song I was thinking about you.

      Love
      Etai,

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  22. Dear Mom,

    The brown furry kid was Beverly, our class mascot! I loved being the letter L in the performance. I would love to teach you some new words that we learn along the way.

    LOVE,
    Maya

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  23. Dear Mrs Yollis,
    Awesome post about Valentines Day. I love Valentines Day because it is a wonderful day to celebrate with the ones you love.

    I love the song Mr B taught you all.

    I like how you all made your own Valentines bags you look like you were having fun.

    Mum gave me some Chocolates for Valentines Day.

    From your pal,
    BB

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  24. Dear Mrs. Yollis and Talented Class,

    What a lovely song! I just finished listening to it and even though it is 2 days after Valentine's day, I can still feel all the love that you put into your performance. What a special valentine to share with your cyber friends.

    It seems like you had a busy and fun-filled day on the 14th. Those tessellations (a new word for me) were fantastic! They were bright, colorful and they looked almost like a garden full of blossoming flowers.

    I have been helping my daughter Taylor (a student of Mr. Salsich) with her blog and have been taking little peeks at the class blogs she raves about. I am so grateful that I did not miss your special Valentine's post. Keep up the good work and I look forward to future posts.

    Your (new) friend,
    Miss Millie (Taylor's mom)

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    1. Dear Miss Millie,

      Thanks for the wonderful comment! I also treasure the song.

      We wanted to glue the tangrams together, but Mrs. Yollis needs them for next year. To me they look like a decoration on a beautiful quilt. (She thought they would make a great table top.) What did you do on Valentine's Day?

      Your new friend,
      Ellie

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  25. Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,

    I started out by singing along with your song (badly) as I recognized it from many years back. I liked your use of cards to spell out the word. :)

    The fruit looks delicious. In my last full time class, we use to have a fruit day each week where everyone had the chance to have fruits and melons for lunch. I know delicious your fruit medley would have been. :)

    The Valentine Day bags are a great idea. I have never tried those with a class.

    The tessellations are brilliant. I like the intricate designs in the pictures.

    What did I give for Valentine's Day? Time... I'm working on a DVD for a community group who puts on shows to raise money for charities.

    Keep up these wonderful posts. Your class never ceases to interest me. :)

    @RossMannell
    Teacher, NSW, Australia

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    1. @ Ross Mannel,

      Thank you for leaving a comment! I like that you always leave really long comments on Mrs. Yollis' new posts!

      This song was very new to me. Before we sung it, I had never heard of it. In my opinion, Mrs. Yollis' idea of the letters spelling love was amazing too!

      Our fruit medley was completely made of red fruits in honor of Valentine's Day! It had grapes, raspberries, and strawberries. I loved it! Sadly, we do not have fruit day at our school. :-(

      I was involved in the tessellation in the third to last picture. It is still not finished, and we started it before Valentine's day! I hope we finish it soon. We are trying to use every single wood pattern piece for both of them! I think that will be hard though.

      For Valentine's Day, I gave a valentine with two chocolate hearts on the back. I had one for everybody, even Mrs. Yollis!

      Sincerely,
      ◲♒◮R♔yce◮♒◲

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    2. Hi ◲♒◮R♔yce◮♒◲,

      Thanks for your reply.

      One idea I like about the concept of Valentine's is it's a way to say, "I care."
      There need only be a small gift or even a kind word to let others know they're important and worth knowing. The gift of a heart is a great idea.

      Tessellations are fun. After reading your reply, I had some Photoshop fun with a tessellation using triangles and hexagons. If you can, have a look at the following picture...

      http://twitpic.com/8loqcq

      Notice...

      1) ...how triangles of the same color only touch at the corners.
      2) ...the triangles on opposite sides of the hexagon are different colors.
      3) ...there are eighteen triangles around each hexagon. Triangles have 3 sides and hexagons 6... 3x6=18

      In your tessellation, there is quite a complex pattern. I wonder if it were continued there might be a recurring pattern, i.e the whole of your tessellation would repeat?

      It would take a very large number of pieces. :)

      @RossMannell
      Teacher, NSW, Australia

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  26. Dear Mrs. Yolis's class,
    I really like the tensallations. I think they look fun! I really want to do tensallations!

    Sincerly,
    Paul, a 49er

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  27. Dear Mrs. Yollis and Class,
    I love the tessellation your class made. For Valentine's Day I gave my mom and dad a card and for my siblings I gave them a sucker.
    Sincerely,
    Melody
    A 49'er

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  28. Dear Mrs. Yollis and CLass,
    I loved your singing. The video was great. My favorite tessellation was the 5th one. We are starting to learn about shapes in class.

    Sincerely,
    Belal
    A 49'er

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  29. Dear Mrs. Yollis and Class,

    I liked your song. The fruit looked delicious! What is the bear's name? On valentine's day, my class had a valentine's day party! We made ice cream, we made valentines, and my mom was there!

    Sincerely,

    Christian a 49'er

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  30. Dear Mrs. Yollis and class
    I loved the tensallations. I also loved your song. What was your favorite part of your valentines day.

    Sincerely,
    Emma
    A 49'er

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  31. Dear Mrs.Yollis and Class,

    I like the pictures that you put on your blog. I like the shapes you used to make the penagons. We are going to do that too. I wonder what shape I will make out of the shapes I will use.

    Sincerly,

    Jasmine
    A 49er

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  32. Dear Mrs. Yollis and Class,

    I thought the video was very cute. I also enjoyed looking at the patterns you made with the shapes. We are going to make patterns with shapes also.

    Sincerely,

    Lexi
    a 49'er

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  33. Dear Paul and Emma,

    Thank you for your comments. My favorite part of valentines day was when I got a lego batman set. I hope you get to tessellate soon. What was your favorite part of valentins day?

    From,
    Rexon

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  34. Dear Lexi and Jasmine,

    What a good comment! I liked the video as well, and the tessellations were very beautiful. I think you guys will have fun doing these tessellations. You will probably start with squares because they are the most common to tessellate with. I think that the octagon is the best shape to tessellate with because it is easier than other shapes.

    What shape do you think you will use first for making these special patterns?

    Sincerely,
    Acacia
    P.S Why do you call yourselves 49'ers?

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  35. To grade 3,s,
    I like the look of the strawberrys.
    Do they taste good?
    from bailey and max.s beaconsfield primary school.

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  36. hi grade threes,
    i like your chatterbox and shapes
    from max.s beaconsfield primary school

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  37. Dear Mrs. Yollis and Class,

    We enjoyed your video of your Valentine's Day song. We are all studying to be teachers and are beginning to blog in our university class. Your blogging tips have been helpful to us.

    Our favorite part about blogging is connecting with people like you. We were inspired by your song and may use it in our own classrooms in the future.

    What is your favorite part about blogging?

    Sincerely,

    Mrs. Adair's Class
    Harding University
    Searcy, AR

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    1. Dear Mrs. Adair and class,

      Thank you for your kind words about our blog and our Valentine's Day song. We had a lot of fun learning and recording it. It's nice because we can listen to it over and over and sing along, too!

      My favorite part about blogging is that it provides an authentic place for reading and writing. The students must read the posts or comments in order to comment back in a quality way. The constant practice makes for excellent writers! Just read the comments above if you don't believe me! :-)

      Kelly, who is standing right here with me, likes blogging because she gets to connect with people all over the world. For example, today we are skyping with our blogging buddies 4KM and 4KJ in Australia. That's awesome!

      Leila, who is also here with me, likes planning new posts. She has earned her own blog and has become a great writer. Right now she is planning a post about cooking with her mother. Yum!

      Let us know if you have any other questions!

      Happy Blogging!

      Mrs. Y♥llis

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  38. Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,

    Thank you for replying to our comment. We have enjoyed your blog.

    We have a few questions.
    1. How did you get started blogging?
    2. Do you have special permission from parents for their children to blog and post pictures?
    3. How do you find the time for blogging?

    We tried to post a picture of our class but were unable to do so.

    Thanks so much for your help!

    Mrs. Adair and class

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