Sunday, July 3, 2011

10,000 visitors and still counting!

We achieved an exciting milestone last week when we hit 10,000 visitors 
on our Clustrmap.
Thank you to all of our visitors. 
We love keeping track of our total as it changes, 
and like many of our blogging buddies, 
we are learning 
lots of geography and maths without even trying!
If you are someone who visits our blog but has 
never left a comment 
we would love you to leave one now - just to say hello, say who you are and where you are from!

23 comments:

  1. Congratulations B4 and Mrs. McKenzie!

    What a fantastic blogging milestone. I am so glad that we got to be a small part of that amazing number.

    The 2/3's had their last day of school on Wednesday and hopefully they are all enjoying the start of their vacations. I look forward to following your learning adventures over our holiday.

    Your friend,
    Mrs. W

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  2. Dear Mrs. McKenzie and B4,

    10,000 congratulations!

    I love following your blog and learning about what is happening in your classroom. Like Mrs. W., we are out of school. It will resume around the middle of August and I look forward to getting our classes together again.

    I notice that New Zealand is completely covered with dots! Funny!

    I'm curious, which country in the world you would like to have visit? I'd like to get a visitor dot from Madagascar and from the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia! :-)

    Well done, B4!

    Your pal,
    Mrs. Y♥liis
    California

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  3. Congratulations on your visitor milestone. Just visiting from Tasmania, Australia.

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  4. 10,000 visits is not a surprize given the quality of the work your students have done and the networking that they've done.

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  5. Congratualtions Mrs McKenzie and B4. What an amazing milestone.

    Enjoy your summer holidays. We are in Perth, Western Australia and we are about to have a two week winter break at the end of this week. It is pretty chilly but we are getting some much needed rain! Yay!

    Mrs Lannin and the Year 1's.

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  6. Whoops, sorry. Whatever made me think you were in USA? I'm going crazy. And on a Sunday too! That's usually my sane day:)

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  7. Dear B4,

    What an amazing accomplishment! You should be so proud of yourself. There's a reason why so many people visit and that's because you have such a great blog!

    Congratulations. I look forward to seeing when you hit 20,000 visitors!

    Sincerely,
    Mr. Avery

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  8. Dear Mrs Yollis
    Thank you for your comment. We hope you have a good summer holiday.

    We wish we could get a dot on the map from Antarctica. That would be awesome!

    from your friends in B4

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  9. Dear Mrs YoLLIs

    10,OOO visits too. You are AWESOME. ☀ we hope we

    skype wIth you. your friend and

    your friends Jonathon and b4

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  10. DearB4.
    That is ka mau te wehi. That means awesome.

    from Dylan.

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  11. Dear B4,

    Congratulations on getting 10,000 visits! That is a lot of people sharing your learning.

    It is so much fun checking out clustrmaps and seeing all the places people have visited from. I agree, it would be very cool to get a visit from Antarctica.

    From,
    Mr. Salsich

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  12. Dear B4.
    That is a lot of comments.10,000 visits is heaps of people.

    what number do you think we will get next.

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  13. Congratulations Mrs McKenzie and all of the students that have helped create content that has attracted over 10,000 visitors!

    A fantastic effort, and a great achievement! You should all be so very proud!

    From Miss Goodey and 3/4G
    Melbourne

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  14. Daer Laura and Josh ⒞
    Thank you for the comment
    from Nikki.

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  15. Dear B4.
    1,000 visitors is a lot of people.
    Have you counted up to 1,000.

    From Dylan.

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  16. Dear B4
    I think 10,000 comments is really cool . It took us a long time to get them.
    from Liam

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  17. Daer Mes yolli

    playing socen and rabe when we went

    home and went to school when we went







    From you friend Matthew

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  18. Hello Mrs McKenzie and B4,

    Congratulations on reaching 10 000 visits to your blog. That's a huge achievement! I hope you're all very proud of yourselves and your blog!

    I like visiting your blog and learning about what is happening in your classroom.

    I started my first blog in April this year. We've got a long way to go before we reach 10 000 hits - we're just looking forward to reaching 1000! We'd love for you to visit and give us some blogging advice. Our address is http://upps.global2.vic.edu.au

    We will keep checking your blog to learn about life in B4.

    Bye for now,
    Miss Crowther & 3/4C

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  19. Dear b4

    10,000 comments is cool.




    by g♥nda.

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  20. WOW!! That is a lot of visitors. I have been lucky enough to visit your blog many times and love it. We are on summer vacation for 2 months in BC so I have lots of time to explore blogs all over the world.
    You have made friends all over the world. Wouldn't it be wonderful to actually meet in person someday. Now THAT would be a great field trip.
    You guys will have 20 000 very soon!
    Mrs Soltau-Heller
    http://sarahjane.edublogs.org/

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  21. Daer B4
    I am going to Dylan's house and we a
    going to we went
    from you friend matthew

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  22. Daer B4
    we went down to the river

    from Kayden

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  23. veronicawoo2002@yahoo.co.ukAugust 9, 2011 at 1:07 PM

    Hi! I love your class blog! I'm Veronica Woo from Malaysia but New Zealand is always like 2nd home to me. I studied in NZ in the mid-90s. I'm currently teaching in a secondary school in Malaysia. My students will be working on a project 'Jom! Let's Visit Perak'. I hope you can all join us for this project. It's focussed on tourism education.

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