Tuesday, March 29, 2011

A Postcard From Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.!

By Iman and Alexa

We got a phenomenal post card from K-1 Happy Talk in  Honolulu, Hawaii! It was really spirit lifting! Alexa and I have both been to Honolulu, Hawaii, too.

We liked the postcard because we both agree that the statue of King Kamehameha with beautiful leis are so festive!  Alexa likes the palm trees swaying by the ocean. Our connection is that we go to Hawaii every year.

We researched and learned that Honolulu covers the whole island of Oahu! It is also the capitol, largest city, and chief port of Hawaii.  Honolulu is often called the crossroads off the Pacific.

Have you ever been to Honolulu, Hawaii?

Have you ever got a postcard from  Honolulu?



  1. Aloha Mrs. Yollis and class,

    First off, I have to say that I'm very jealous of both Mrs. Yollis and Alexa. I've never been to Hawaii but have always wanted to go.

    It would be a very long trip for me from the east coast of the United States. Alexa, how long did it take you to fly to Hawaii?

    Hope you're all having a wonderful week!

    Wishing for warmer weather,
    Mr. Avery

  2. Dear Mrs. Yollis,

    Another great post! In my class wev'e been getting a lot of great post cards we also got one from Hawaii. It is pretty amazing that we got tons of post cards that are from so far away. I sent a postcard myself to our blogging buddies 2KM and 2KJ. I will make sure I will send a lot more and I know I will send one to you and your class. Keep up the good work! Happy Blogging!

    Taylor :) in Mr. Salsich's class

  3. Dear Mrs Yollis and students,

    Now this is a perfect postcard to receive. Now I need to pack my luggage with BB and her dad and head of to Honolulu.

    I can just see us walking along the beautiful beaches and BB and her dad going snorkling. Then late in the evening watch the beautiful sunsets.

    I can say this we are off to the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland nexted year. Which I do feel is abit like Honolulu. As a matter of fact the Great Barrier of Reef has the largest mass of coral in the world with heaps of beautiful tropical fish too.

    Must fly from your blogging pal,

  4. Mrs. Yollis,
    K-1 is so tickled your class enjoyed our postcard from Hawaii. Our island is second to none and hope everyone will be able to visit. YOu will not be disappointed with the sunshine, friendly people and beautiful scenery. The rainbows are fabulous and sunsets are awesome.
    Wendy Lee and K-1


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