If 2005-2006 was the Year of the Duck Blog at Marin Country Day School, we’re calling 2006-2007 the Year of the Trout Blog. Come visit our latest blogging efforts at http://www.mcdsblogs.org/trout.
Your class did a great job! I teach first grade and think the kids would really enjoy having their comments on a blog! Now I am really curious about where the mother duck went as well!
What a cute idea! I was so entertained by these.
Thank you for sharing the wonderful missing duck stories. I really like the idea of using a story starter to have students begin using a blog.
this is such a great idea! I think this is the new age. getting this young of kids to comment on a blog or post is the future. love it!
I love love love your website. I teach 4th grade in Mesquite, TX. Your blog is so interesting and I can tell the students must have been engaged and highly interested in the duck and the technology as well! This is giving me ideas for my own classroom. Well done and thanks for sharing!
Seems like the children really enjoyed working on this.. As an ex teacher, I can appreciate how difficult it is to inspire children to work like this.
Seems like you did an excellent job!
I like it. Thank you for the sharing
Really interesting blog.I have been enjoying reading your lesson ideas and little
adventures so impressive .
Hehehe I love duck!! actually i have hundreds of ducks in my farm.
Thank you for sharing this.
You certainly have captivated my attention. I love the tactics of using a story for the students to begin using blogs. And I am sure that students will really enjoy working on this. This is very great idea!
I know it’s a little late but I found your Duck Diaries to be sooo cute!
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"Come Visit Our Trout Blog!" was written March 12, 2007 by duckdiaries, and is filed under Uncategorized
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