Monday, March 21, 2011

Commenting Made Simple

Parents, family, and friends - thank you for reading our blog!  We would LOVE to receive more comments!  After talking with a couple of parents, a few steps on how to post was necessary.  So, if you were someone who wanted to post a comment but didn’t exactly know the steps involved, follow these:
  1. At the bottom of each post, you will see “Posted by Mrs. Allen”.  After that, there will be a number and the word, comments - click on that word.
  2. Type your comment in the box.  Add your first name, last initial (Theresa A) and also who you are a parent, relative, or friend of (Theresa A, parent of Danny A).
  3. Choose to Comment as Anonymous and click Post Comment. (You can use a different account, but it's not necessary.)
  4. Type the word verification (usually an unknown word) and click Post Comment again.
Once it’s approved you’ll see your comment!  Thank you!

Last week the students commented more on the same blogs as the week before.  They are at different stages and the students from the other blogs have replied to their comments, so our students read what’s been posted and reply again.
We also had a LOT MORE parent help - thank you so much!  Parents of these students helped:
  • Reise
  • Jason
  • Emily
  • Hannah
  • Brandyn
  • Nick S
  • Jonah
We’ll be commenting some more, so if any parent would like to visit, be our guest!


3 comments:

  1. Hey Mrs. Allen! I love your blog! I would be honored for you to feature my blog. This is my first year doing a blog as well and it has been an AMAZING tool! I love looking at other blogs and finding new items and gadgets that will capture my students interests. Thank you so much for taking the time to comment on our blog my students LOVE getting comments as I'm sure yours do too. I hope yall have an AWESOME Tuesday!!

    Happy Blogging!
    Miranda Adams
    m.adams.jes@gmail.com

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  2. Rock on math whizzes! Connor seems to really be enjoying Aleks math time. This is a wonderful experience for you kids. Get the most out of it! It's helping you pave your way to a better and brighter future!
    Suzanne W (Connor W's mom)

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  3. Good luck with your blog posts today, St. Ray's Fourth Graders. How cool that you are learning this and can interact with others from around the country and globe!

    Dan A.

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