Sunday, December 10, 2017

Family Blogging Month Winners!

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Congratulations to our Family Blogging Month Winners

Jake, Ben, and Mia!

Each blogger received a free kid's meal to a local restaurant, a fabulous crown to wear, and a free choice post on Mrs. Yollis' Classroom Blog!

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Mrs. Yollis created the idea of Family Blogging Month back on April 1, 2010. The participation, the quality of the commenting, the interaction and learning that transpired via this classroom blog makes Mrs. Yollis beam with pride.

Not only are her students and their family members becoming superior writers, but they are also honing important digital skills like how to communicate and contribute online, how to limit personal information on the Internet, and how to develop a dynamic digital footprint. (To hone is a fancy verb that means to improve over time.)

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Mrs. Yollis would like to personally thank all the parents and family members for their constant support.Your participation is the key to your child's educational success!

What did you think of Family Blogging Month?

Who commented from your family?

Where did your family comment from? 


  1. Well done, Jake, Ben and Mia!

    Online skills in communication are very important these days and taking care with what you share of your personal lives is important knowledge we all should have.

    Ross Mannell
    Teacher (retired), N.S.W., Australia

  2. Congratulations to Jake, Ben, and Mia!
    What a wonderful achievement! You all must be very proud of yourselves with all that hard work!
    Thank you to Ms. Yollis for this wonderful opportunity for our kids to really dig deeper and engage in this fantastic new world!
    Mrs. M (Mia's proud mom)

  3. Well done, Jake, Benjamin, and Mia! I'm sure you all had a great time doing this. It was also fun to have family work together on this project. One thing that I particularly liked was learning things about the classmates and their families based on their responses to some of the posts. I hope everyone enjoyed the activity!
    Lauren, Benjamin's mom


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