About Us

There are 18 students in kindergarten to grade 3 in our class. Our school only has 2 classrooms. We live on a small island in British Columbia, Canada.

We love school and are excited about learning new things! We think it is amazing that other people around the world are looking at our blog. We hope that we can make new friends through our blog and share with everyone all the exciting things we are doing at school.

Please leave us a comment!

Mrs. Watson and the 2/3’s
Here is a video tour of our school that we made last year to share with our Quad Blogging buddies:

Here is the Voicethread we made two years ago for the Elementary Voicethread Wiki .  The students took pictures of our school and recorded messages about them.  Take a peek inside our school…

106 thoughts on “About Us

  1. Hello, we are a class of Year 2,3 and 4 children in New Zealand. We have just started blogging this year and are excited at the idea of communicating with children in other countries.
    We have just over 200 students aged from 5 years old up to 18 years old in our school, which is called Reefton Area School.
    We would love to hear from you all.

  2. Dear Mrs Watson and the 123″s

    Do you think we can skyp soon. My name is Kealee I am in Miss Jordan”s grade. I think all the people in our grade would love to know some people’s name’s. Do you have school clothes? Do you have a different flag to us? How many kid’s is there at your school?
    From your friend Kealee (in Miss Jordan’s grade)

  3. Dear Kealee,
    Thank you for leaving us a message! We would love to Skype, but I think the time diffrence may be tricky. Miss Jordan and I will try to figure something out.

    We don’t have school uniforms, but we think yours look really nice.

    This is a picture of our Canadian flag and our national anthem

    There are less than 40 kids in our school. It is much smaller than your school!

    I hope we can talk to you soon,
    Mrs. W and the 1/2/3’s

  4. Dear Mrs. W and the 123’s

    Cool that is GREAT I love your flag and your
    national anthem. Do you know our flag and
    national anthem.

    Gee less than 40 kid’s at
    school. We have about 800.

    Yes Miss Jordan said that it is 7 hours time difference.

    That was very nice to say our school uniform is really nice.

    What is the weather like in your country at the moment.
    Our weather has just turned cold, about 18 degrees and
    sometimes rain.

    Talk soon
    From your friend Kealee

    • Dear Kealee,
      We are going to look for your anthem on You Tube this week.

      Our school would seem very small to you and yours has the same number of people in it as live on our whole island. We made a Voice Thread tour of our school that you might like to watch. It is one of the recent blog posts.

      It is currently spring here and the temperature is usually around 12 degrees. We have been getting a lot of wind and rain lately. We are looking forward to warmer weather.

      I hope we can find a way to talk to your class soon!

      Mrs. W!

  5. Hello Mrs W and grade 1-2-3,
    We thought it was really funny to find another class with the same name as us.
    We are grade Prep – 3 with our teacher Mrs W at Harston Primary in Victoria, Australia. Our teacher’s name is Mrs Wilson.
    Harston is a very small school like you. We only have 24 students in the whole school. We have 2 classrooms. 13 children are in prep to three.
    We started our blog this year. We also have a wiki where we have a page each. We are still learning how to use our blog and wiki. We love looking at our clustrmap to see who has been reading our blog.
    We would really like to be able to contact you to learn more about your island and school.
    Mrs W and P-3 @ Harston PS

  6. Dear Mrs Watson and the 1/2/3s,

    How many people live on your island? How many teachers and students are there in your school? Can you tell me some of the students names?
    I hope we can skype soon!!!

    From your friend Skye!!! (in 2KJ)

    • Dear Skye,
      There are about 800 people on our island. There are 4 teachers that work in our school, but some of them only work part-time. How many teachers are there in your school? I sent Miss Jordan an email with the students’ names.

      We would love to talk with your class too!

      Mrs. W

  7. Dear Mrs Watson and the 1/2/3s,
    Thank you for replying to my comment. There are about 33 teachers in our school and about 700 students. Thank you for sending Miss Jordan an email of all the kids names. We have diffrent names to that. We have the same amount of students in our class.
    I hope I can talk to you soon!!!
    From your friend Skye!!!

  8. Wow! We didn’t realize that such small schools still existed. We have 11 classrooms in our school. We enjoyed looking at your blog for ideas. We recently started up a blog page and would be interested in following your class!

  9. Dear Mrs. W and the 123’s,

    Thank you for visiting our site and inquiring about our school. Recently we had field day at our school. We played all types of games such as limbo, kick our shoe, fill me up, and sock throw. We also played more games such as trash car, and trash can. Everyone in our school got popsicles at the end for all our hard work. To read more about our fun filled day, please visit our blog page at http://mrsyammine.edublogs.org.

    From Olivia, Ryan, and Zachary

  10. Dear Mrs.w and the 1/2/3s
    Our school is in Naugatuck,CT. It is also the town we all live in. Did you know the capital of our state is the city of Hartford? There are about 250 students in the whole school. There are 12 teachers for grades kindergarten through fourth grade, and the office staff. Our school is fun because we do fun activities like make fruit punch and terrariums as part of the water cycle. If you want to learn more, please continue to visit our blog page. We have added your blog to our favorites list. http://mrsyammine.edublogs.org

    Cole, Brandon, and Kenyth

  11. Dear Mrs.Watson and the 1/2/3’s,

    We go to Andrew Avenue Elementay School located in Naugatuck, CT. It is very fun in our school. We have over 200 kids that attend AAES. Classes are split by grades with kindergarten through fourth grade classes here. It is one of five elementary schools in our town. We have 216 kids in our school. There are 20 kids from Asia, 9 kids are African Amercian. There are 4 Hispanic, and have 147 kids that are white. Some students come from Iraq, India, Pakistan, Brazil, Puerto Rico, Vietnam.
    We have a star student program that supports positive behaviors. We have STAR assemblies. We have people to come in front of the whole school if they are star student. We also have student of the month. One person from each class and third and fourth grade gets nominated from their class.
    Right now in science we are learning about animal adaptations. We liked your glog and we hope we have time to publish our animal research on one before school is over. We only have ten days left before summer break and moving up to fourth grade.

    Leticia, Hannah and Megan


  12. Hello 1/2/3’s,

    Thanks for visiting our blog page and leaving a reply. Our class really appreciates it. Our class is great and the school is awesome. Well my point is Naugatuck is a great town. We have a lot of privaleges in Mrs. Yammine’s class and she always try new things here. This is just one example of why we like it here at Andrew Avenue. Let me tell you something about Connecticut; that’s the state we live in. It is a relatively small state compared to other states such as California and Florida. Naugatuck is considered a suburban town. It is quiet here, but nothing like where you live. The Atlantic Ocean is about one hour away from where we live. We don’t have animals at school like you do. Please continue to visit our blog as we are just starting out. We love the awesome things on your blog and have added you to our favorite blogs to follow.

    Anthony and Shannon

  13. Dear Mrs. W and the 123’s,

    Thank you for visiting our site and inquiring about our school. We are one of three third grade classes at Andrew Avenue. There are a total of two kindergarten, two first, two second, and two fourth grade classes. Naugatuck is a small town 40 miles from Connecticut’s capital,which is the city of Hartford. Our school is very close to a state forest and is located on Andrew Mountain; an historic part of the town. We actually have a decendant of the Andrew family in our class this year!

    We are wondering how much longer you have to go to school until summer break? We have ten days left before moving on to fourth grade. We hope you keep in touch and return to our blog page soon. http://mrsyammine.edublogs.org

    Dale, Brendan, and Stefan

  14. Great to see primary teachers and students blogging and using technology as a tool to enhance learning. Love it!

    • Chris,
      Thank you so much for leaving us a comment. The students have really embraced the use of technology in the classroom. We have a lot of fun blogging and meeting people from all over the world. We love technology too!

      Mrs. W

  15. Dear Mrs Watson and the 2/3s
    We hope you are enjoying being back at school and we are looking forward to catching up with you all soon.
    We start our spring holidays on September 24, for two weeks.
    At the moment we are busy getting our learning portfolios ready to send home.

    from Mrs McKenzie and B4

  16. We watched your VoiceThread yesterday so that we could get ideas for our VoiceThread. Thank you very muchf or sharing. My students really liked the voices and the pictures. Several of them got ideas from what you did.

    • Dear Ms. Brown and Gr.2’s,

      Thanks for watching our Voicethread. We have not made one for this year yet. We can’t wait to see the one your students make!

      Mrs. W and the 2/3’s

  17. Hello Mrs. Watson’s class,

    Hello my name is Matthew, in my class I have 28 kids in my class. We have more than 500 kids in my school, it’s cool. What school specials do you like? I like gym.


  18. Hello Mrs. Watson’s class,
    I just found your wonderful blog and how we can become blogging buddies. This is our first year at blogging and our students are interested in hearing comments about their posts from children all over the world. I especially like the movie you made about your school. One of our teachers had the same kind of idea and I shared the link so she could see what you did.
    We have about 400 students at our school, which is located about 15 minutes east of Seattle, Washington. I have a question for you. Is Voicethread easy to use?
    Your blogging friend,
    Mrs. Hembree

    • Dear Mrs. Hembree,

      Thank you so much for visiting our blog and leaving us a comment! We starting blogging in January last year and have made a lot of wonderful connections with other students in the world. We would love to connect with your class through our blogs. Your school is so much bigger than ours. We only have 47 students in grades K-7 and 3 classrooms.

      Voicethread is very easy to use. You will need to register for an account and then it is just a matter of uploading photos and having the students record comments on each slide using a mic. We will be posting a new Voicethread we made about our community in a day or two. We took our Flat Stanleys for a tour before we sent them off on their big adventures across Canada.

      We look forward to hearing from you again,

      Mrs. W and the 2/3’s

  19. Dear Matthew,

    You sure have a big class! Last year we had 23 students in our class and this year we only have 16. Your school has more than ten times the number of students we do. There are only about 800 people on our whole island!

    The students in our class love gym and art. What specials do you like?

    Mrs. W and the 2/3’s

  20. Wow there is another Mrs Watson out there in the school blogging world!
    I am from New Zealand and have a class of Year One children.
    We are a small rural school but it sounds like you are even smaller!
    I have really enjoyed looking through your blog. It is good to see what you do in other countries.
    Come and check out our blog if you have time
    From Mrs Watson and the Springston Explorers

    • Hello Mrs. Watson!

      What a nice surprise to get a message from another Mrs. Watson. We will definitely take a look at your class blog. It is nice to make a connection with another small school like ours. I imagine that we might have a lot in common.

      Your new blogging friends,
      Mrs. W and the 2/3’s

  21. Mrs. Watson,

    I really enjoyed your blog! I was hoping to add it to our class blogroll so my students can see the similarities and difference between our class in Massachusetts and yours in Canada! Thanks!

    Shawn Avery
    Dennett Elementary
    Plympton, Massachusetts

    • Dear Mr. Avery,

      Thank you so much for visiting our blog. I can see that we follow a lot of the same classes…it is a small world 🙂 We would love for you to add us to your blogroll. I will show the students your blog as well. I know they will enjoy seeing all the wonderful things your class has been doing!

      Mrs. W

  22. Hello Mrs. Watson!
    I was excited to find your edublog! We are a class of Grade 2s in Coquitlam, BC. I would love to exchange links with you and chat personally via email too!
    I look forward to viewing more of your updates!
    Mrs. Boekhout

    • Dear Mrs. Boekhout,
      Thank you so much for visiting our blog and for leaving us a comment. We will take a look at your class blog this week. It is exciting to make a connection with another class in British Columbia!

      Looking forward to getting to know you and your students!

      Mrs. W 🙂

  23. Dear Mrs. Watson and the 2/3’s,
    I`m Josefina from Talca, Chile i`m study in the Universidad Catolica del Maule and i`m studing to be a teacher.
    I want to thank you from this blog, it`s so entertaining and educative. I saw all your post, the pictures of the class costume of elves and y laugh because they see so pretty.
    The post who more likes me was the “A Real Ingeneer” because in my country the schools not use usually the tecnology in class room, obviously are excepcions like universities, they use this type of technology from educational purposes. But your class was so interesting, the childs make questions at the ingeneer using skype who`s very useful.
    Sorry if my english is not so good, we are learning english in the University. 🙂

    Good bye and thanks to show me your Blog.

  24. Hello Mrs. Watson,
    I am presenting at a library conference in Toronto Canada in Feb. and I am putting my content in a blog. This is my first blog. I have a website for teachers and students at http://edselect.com/

    Could I create a link to you blog to demonstrate what can be done in a class blog. Your work is exemplary. Please e-mail me at pelliott@rogers.com
    Warm regards,
    Pat Elliott

    • Pat,
      Thank you so much for visiting our blog and leaving such a kind comment. You are more than welcome to add a link to our blog on your website. 🙂

      Mrs. W

    • Pat,
      Thank you for visiting our blog and for leaving us such a nice comment. Please feel free to link to our blog on your site 🙂

      Mrs. W

  25. Dear Ms. Watson, we are twenty-three grade 3 students at Star of the Sea School in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Our school is one block from the Atlantic Ocean. We are just learning about blogging. We have worked on a wiki this year, too. We find your blog interesting. May our class add your classroom blog to our blog that we are building?
    Grade 3 and Mrs. Selig

  26. Hello to all you chaps in British Columbia from, Hawes School, Wensleydale, North Yorkshire, England.
    My name is Mr E and I am Headteacher of a small school. We have 75 children in three classes and nursery (16)…kindergarten,who come in the morning. We have just started to blog and I came upon your class by following links other schools really like.
    I love your ‘voicethread’, we are going to try to start using that next week! So I am going to show my children your work to give them an idea. Two things caught my eye…The Forest….wow! I think there might be wolves in there, have they died out in Canada or do you still get them? Secondly, what a well resources school, what a HUGE gym. Your school reminds me of schools in Switzerland where they share their facilities with the local community.
    My school was built in 1879 and we keep it standing with glue, paper and string!
    We’d really like to hear from Canada so if you want to drop by our blog is at http://www.haweps.posterous.com
    My day is starting now, but I will be sure to spend some of it looking around your blog.
    Finally I loved watching Canada win the Olympic GOLD ice hockey medal, I don’t tell the American schools that.

    Mr E

    • Dear Mr. E

      Thanks so much for all the wonderful comments you have left us! We have visited your blog too and can’t wait to get to know your students better. We always think it is cool meeting kids from other small schools like ours. We also have three class in our school (K/1, 2/3, and 4/5/6/7).

      We had fun making our Voicethread for a wiki project that a lot of schools took part in. We feel really lucky to have our forest. Mrs. W calls it our million dollar playground 🙂 There are still a lot of wolves in Canada and there may even be a few packs on our island (people have seen them in the past, although we rarely have bears or wolves unless they swim over). We actually do share our gym with the community. Several groups use it in the evenings to play different sports.

      The history of your school is amazing. Mrs. W told us about some of the entries you included on your website from so long ago. Our school was built in pieces and we will have to find out how old the oldest section is.

      We liked cheering on Canada too….GO CANADA!

      Your new friends,

      Mrs. W and the 2/3’s

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  28. Hi everyone.
    We are Year 3b from Manchester, England. We really enjoyed watching your video. Your school looks like lots of fun. We really liked the gym, the woods, the playground and the hanging bars.
    It would be really nice if you would visit our blog. Maybe you can see what you think of our school. 🙂

    Year 3b
    Brookburn Primary School

    • Dear Mr. Alderice and Year 3b,
      Thank you so much for visiting our class blog. We love meeting other classes from around the world! The forest is definitely one of our favourite spots outside. It was really interesting to see that you have a forest at your school too! We look forward to visiting your blog and learning more about you!

      Mrs. W and the 2/3’s

  29. Dear Ms. Watson and class,

    Hi! My name is Grace and I’m from Mrs. Ranney’s class. I am so excited to be blogging with you and your class. I have a few questions to ask you and your class.

    How do you play the games “wolves” or “horses” in your forest? How do you play the game “marbles?”

    Your New Friend,

    • Dear Grace,

      Well…we just pretend that we are wolves or horses and we have lots of adventures. Now I will tell you how to play marbles:
      1. You make a hole in the ground it has to be flat on the bottom.
      2. You make 3 holes in it.
      3. Pick a marble that you would like to play with.
      4. Put your marble in the hole.
      5. Flick your marble.
      Here is what you’re supposed to do: you have to try and flick your other friend’s marble into one of the holes.

      Your friend,

      Sahara (frome Mrs. Watson’s 2/3 class)

  30. Dear Mrs.Watson’s class,

    I liked the slide show you have on your blog. How many kids are at your school? What games do you like to play at lunch and snack recesses? In Mrs.Ranney’s class we are learning decimals. We are having family comment this month. Family blogging month is when your family and friends can post comments on your class blog.

    Our state flower is the Golden Poppy, are state bird is the Quail, our state tree is the Coast Red Wood and our state nickname is the Golden State.

    I had a fun time making a comment right now.


  31. Dear Mrs. Watson’s class,

    Hi! My name is Leah from Mrs. Ranney’s Class. I thought the voice thread was sensational! Our class has never use voice thread before. It looks very fun. I wish I could use it. How do you use it? We had bloging buddies that are in your school. They are 2KM and 2KJ. Do you recognize them? We helped people in Uganda. The Ugandan people borrowed a playground from their next-door neighbors. The neighbors were going to sell the playground, so we collected money so we could buy the playground. We collected so much money they could buy the playground and they could redo the cafeteria. It was a lot of fun!

    I have one quick question…

    In the forest, how do you play Horses and Wolves?

    I hope to comment soon!

    Leah (from Mrs. Ranney’s class)

  32. Dear Mrs. Watson and Class,

    I really enjoyed watching your voice thread, but my class hasn’t ever done a voice thread before, though, we are really looking forward to do a voice thread about a book that we read in class. I have some questions about your class:

    What is the forest like in your school, and what is a forest?

    Is the forest like another playground?

    How do you play the games that you play in your forest?

    I hope to learn more about your amazing class, and will love to keep commenting with extremely friendly special commenters!

    Warmest Regards,

  33. Dear Mrs. Watson,

    Both of our schools are near the ocean. We also are in the same time zone. Our class also loves to blog.

    Thanks for commenting on our blog. I am looking forward to more of our quad blogging.


  34. What a great school you have! We have quite a small school too, although a few more children than you! At the moment, we’re thinking about how we can improve our outdoor area so I liked looking at your play equipment. Unfortunately I don’t think we can grow a forest like yours to play in… it’s fabulous! You must play some great games in there. Thank you for sharing!

  35. What lucky kids you are to have Mrs. Watson for a teacher. It looks like you get to do lots of cool things. Mrs. Watson and I went to University together to become teachers. 🙂

  36. Hi Mrs W and grade 2/3s. I have really enjoyed having a look on your blog. You have lots of fabulous work, photos, videos and links displayed. I was especially interested in how you have set up your blog, as I have just started creating a blog with my grade prep/1 class. I will use some of your ideas about blogging guidelines for our blog if that’s okay. Your daily 5 posts are also fantastic – we have just started using the daily 5 for the last few months and I am looking forward to starting off with it at the beginning of next year. It is going really well (although I must say, with 22 5-7 year olds, our classroom is not nearly as quiet as yours!!)
    If you would like to see our blog it is: http://cassb.global2.vic.edu.au We are just getting started, but would love some visitors and comments to keep up the enthusiasm!!
    Thanks again, Mrs Burgess (Prep/1B)

  37. Hi Mrs. Watson’s class,
    We are a grade 3 class from Stouffville, Ontario. It is a town just outside of Markham, Ontario – that is how it shows up on Cluster Maps. Our school is in the country and we are all bussed or driven to and from school. Our school is small with only 275 students from Junior Kindergarten to grade 8.
    We just wanted to let you know that your website has inspired us to begin putting together a website for our class! We have explored many of your websites and love them! We are doing Daily 5 in our classroom too but we are just starting. We have also watched your Daily 5 videos and they have helped us to see what other classes do during the Daily 5. We are hoping to get our website up and working soon. We hope that you will visit our site (we will send the link). We have a blog site to it is: http://kidblog.org/Grade3Rocks-MrsBlake/ Thanks for being an inspiration to us!
    Mrs. Blake and Grade 3 Rocks!

  38. Hello Mrs. Watson,

    I am a grade 3 teacher in the Vancouver lower mainland area. This is my first year blogging with my students. We are enthusiastic to connect and learn about other students in British Columbia and around the world. I was hoping to add your blog to our ‘Friends’ links, which I’m in the process of creating. Please let me know if this would be okay with you and your students. Below is the link to our grade 3 class blog:



    Mr. Preshaw

    • Dear Mr. Preshaw,
      Thank you so much for visiting our class blog. It is nice to meet other classes in our province who are blogging. The connections we are able to make through our blogs definitely flatten our classroom walls and make the world seem like a much smaller place! We don’t mind be added to your blogroll at all and will stop b and visit your blog.

      Mrs. Watson

  39. Hey Mrs. Watson’s Class!
    We just finished watching your video introducing your school. Your school looks amazing! We really loved seeing your forest.
    We, too, have a forest, but unfortunately we are not allowed to go in it! Do you get to touch the animals in the forest?
    Also, we were wondering what you do in the forest? We were shocked to learn you get to have gym every day! We only have gym
    twice per week. Do all your classes have SMART boards? We just got one of our own not too long ago! Only having 13 people in your
    class is insanely small! We have 27 in our room. We would love to visit your school in B.C.

    We hope you visit our blog, too. Your blog looks great!

    Miss B. and Room 21’s Grade 6 Class.

    • Miss B. and Room 21′s Grade 6 Class,
      Sorry that it took us so long to reply, somehow we missed your comment. Thank you so much for the nice comment you left us. We are wondering why you aren’t allowed to go into your forest. We love to play all sorts of games in our forest. Sometimes our class plays a game called Predator/Prey. We also make up a lot of our own games as well. We see animals in the forest (birds and squirrels in the trees), but because they are wild they don’t let us get close enough to touch them.

      It is mandatory here in British Columbia that students have daily PE. That can be in the gym or outside. We are lucky to have a small school and so the gym is free each day when the weather is bad.

      We feel really lucky to have a small class, but it must be nice to have so many people in a room too. There are a lot of games you can play that we might not be able too. There are 3 classes in our school and so far 2 of them have SmartBoards. Hopefully the K/1 class will be able to get one soon.

      We would love to hear more about your school!

      Mrs. W and the 2/3s

  40. Your blog is an inspiration to me! I am just in the beginning stages of developing a classroom blog to use with my students and I am very interested in your use of video/animation on your website. It really does a phenomenal job of illustrating all that you do. I love the idea of quadblogging and I have been checking out your partner’s blogs also. Keep up the good work here, so people like me, can continue to learn from great examples like you! Kellie

    • Dear Mrs. DiBattista,
      Thank you so much for leaving us such a wonderful comment. We love having our blog so that we can share what we are learning with people all over the world. Our parents like that they can see all the cool things we are doing too. We would love to check out your class blog when you have it up and running.

      Mrs. W and the 2/3s

  41. Dear Mrs. Watson and Class,

    I loved the video of your school ! It was like I was taking a tour in person. My school does not have a gym like you do. we have P.E.

    It was nice to meet you,
    Sydney from Mrs. Ranney’s class

    • Dear Sydney,
      Thanks for a wonderful comment. Our tour is a little bit out of date since we made it last year now we have different kids in our class. What’s your gym like?


  42. Dear Mrs. Watson’s class,

    We enjoyed watching the tour of your school. We also loved your classroom.

    Our school has similarities and some differences. One similarity is that we have a big playground too.
    One difference is that that we have about 20 classrooms, and about 25 kids in each!

    We think it is interesting that you live on a island.

    Hope you enjoyed our comment.

    Bella and Francesca from Mrs.Ranney’s class

    • Dear Bella and Francesca,
      Thanks for your great comment. Your playground must be very big with all of those kids in your school! Do you have more than one playground? Do different grades have different areas that they play in? We all play together at our school.

      Living on an island is fantastic, but having to take the ferry to leave has its drawbacks too. It is fairly expensive and you can only go at certain times.

      We can’t wait to learn more about you!

      Your blogging buddies,
      Mrs. W and the 2/3s

  43. Dear Mrs. Watson’s class,

    We thought your school was very interesting! Our school doesn’t have a forest, but your school does. You are very lucky! You have a big library and we have a big one too. You also have a big playground, and so do we. You have a big soccer field and we don’t.

    Adar & Oliver from Mrs. Ranney’s Class

    • Dear Adar and Oliver,
      Thank you so much for visiting our blog and for leaving us a comment! Quad blogging is going to be a lot of fun. We can’t wait to learn more about your school too!

      That’s great that we both have big libraries. We go to library every Wednesday to sign out books. What are your favourite books? Here are a few of ours:
      Percy Jackson, Dinosaur Cove, Geronimo Stilton, Dr. Seuss, Dog Magic, Harry Potter, Junie B. Jones, 39 Clues, Silverwing, Underworld, There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly, and Lightning McQueen.

      Talk to you soon,
      Mrs. W and the 2/3s

  44. Dear Mrs. Watson’s Class,

    We admire your fabulous school.

    What we noticed was that your school has indoor hallways, but our school has outdoor hallways. One similarity is that our school has a big playground just like yours!

    Nicole and I find it interesting that your school is on a island, and your forest is very exotic. Do you ever play in there?


    Nicole and Quynh- Anh

    • Dear Quynh-Anh and Nicole,
      Thank you for your comment. You have us really wondering about outdoor hallways. Do all your classrooms have doors that go outside only? we have a door into the hallway inside the school and another door that goes out to the playground. We would love to see a video tour of your school!

      We play in the forest all the time! The only time we don’t is if it is very windy. Where do you like to play?

      Your friends,
      Mrs. W and the 2/3s

      • Dear Mrs. Watson’s Class,

        Almost all our doors connect to outside, but there are some doors that are inside the classrooms. The doors indoors help us go to other classrooms without going outside. Even though some classrooms don’t have indoor doors, the classrooms are pretty close to each other. We usually play in our playground. Do you play in the forest during your lunch play time?

        Quynh-Anh and Nicole from Mrs. Ranney’s Class

  45. Dear Mrs. Watson’s Class,

    Your super school is very awesome! We wish we were in this amazing school. Your forest has a lot of interesting animals. What are some of the animals you see? Your library is very colossal too!

    Your new buddies,

    Dylan and Gregory from Mrs. Ranney’s Class

    • Dear Gregory and Dylan,
      Last year in my school forest I saw Chippy the squirrel. When I saw him he was climbing a tree. I know there are animals in the big forest.

      • Dear Quang,

        Thank you for writing us a comment. That’s very amazing that you saw Chippy the chipmunk. Have you seen other chipmunks at your school? How big or small was Chippy? Is Chippy used to you ?

        Your buddies,

        Gregory, Dylan, and Elijah

  46. Dear Mrs. Watson’s Class,

    Your school looks fascinating. We liked looking at your enormous gym.
    You’re lucky because you have a gym, and we have a blacktop.

    When we saw your field, we realized that we have one too.
    I can’t believe you have only 3 classrooms in your whole school, and we have 4 in our whole grade.

    When are your recess and lunch times?
    What skills are you working on in class?

    Your new pals,
    Adam and Josh from Mrs. Ranney’s class

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