I have only just had a quick look at this because I am just about to leave for school but I think it looks wonderful! Congratulate Masha and Katya and I will get some contacts from Australia to come and look at it!Mr Webb, Room 8, Melville Intermediate School, Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand.
Dear Masha and Katya,I really enjoyed your slide show about animals of Australia. Wow! Sixty different types of kangaroos? I had no idea.The kookaburra has a fun name and looks beautiful. I would love to hear the sound they make.Terrific work!From,Mrs. YollisCalifornia
Dear Friends,I wanted to let you know about something fun. We just updated our blog with some new features. Our blog now has a few new pages to view at the top. One of them is called "Time Zones of Friends" and we added a clock for you! Time zones can be so confusing, but the clocks are helping us sort time. Is our clock for you correct? There are many time zones in your country!:-)Have a great day!Mrs. YollisCalifornia
Dear Mr Webb,Thanks a lot for your comment! We have missed a lot of time because of cold weather - kids didn't go to school when it was - 38C and now they work hard. :)All the best,Your friends
Dear Mrs. Yollis,Thank you for watching our presentation about Australia! We are learning a song about the kookaburra now. It is very funny. We've looked at your "Time Zones of Friends". The time for our place is very right!!!You are so experienced in blogging! We try to follow you and really enjoy visiting you blog. :)Your Russian friends
Kia ora from Dunedin in NZ! I am really impressed by your fantastic research. Room 7 lives in the south of NZ and we will have 1-2 snow days a year. it is hard to imagine what -38 would feel like! We hope you are beginning to warm up!
Hi Room 12,Thank you for visiting our blog! We got used to such weather. This week is called "Maslenitsa" in our place. It means that the winter will be over soon. We eat pancakes and burn the effigy of winter on Sunday. :=)