Apologies for the cheesy name.
This page is for listing blogs where
are writing and the
comments are open
It is obvious that comments increase a writers sense of audience which only can be a good thing. I've only added a couple of blogs at the moment, but I am interested in seeing some sort of loose
I'll comment on your children's blog/you comment on mine.
Please add your class blog if you are up for some reciprocal commenting, or distance marking.
Interactive Chatting Teddies
Primary 6 SJ individual pupil blogs
East Linton Primary School
check out our podcast for Franz Ferdinand and Jack McConnell the First Minister and our item on Big Cats on the loose in Scotland. Leave comments on our wiki pages or e-mail us.
- Year 6 classroom blog from Priestsic Primary School, Nottinghamshire.//
- The classblog for P5-7 in Kilchrenan Primary, Argyll.
- A blog for my first year class at Perth Academy... inspired by
- a blog for the pupils at Luss Primary, Argyll
- A blog for P7 pupils at Loirston Primary, Aberdeen to display and comment on their work.
- The P7 and school blog for The High School of Dundee's radio station. We would love comments from others.
Castlebrae S4 French class
- blogging in Standard Grade French as a trial for blogging in the rest of the school. The pupils would really love comments from others.
Kingswells Primary School
A blog about what is going on at Kingswells Primary School. The pupils would really love comments from others.
Primary 7V Class Blog (Carronshore PS)
A class blog used as a vehicle to improve writing. We also have a Maths Class Blog where the aim is to improve collaborative problem solving skills
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