One of the great parts about blogging is the chance to connect with other classes around the world. We’re always excited to learn about what school and local traditions are like in different places. In order to learn about certain places in more detail, we’ve joined up with a new blog called Stories Around the World.

Stories Around the World was inspired by an amazing group blog called Our World, Our Stories. This blog was put together by many of our friends including Mrs. Yollis, Mr. Salsich, Mrs. Watson, Mrs. McKenzie, and Mrs. Morris and Miss Jordan. They’ve been sharing for about six weeks now. We highly recommend that you check it out!

Many amazing classes will be taking part in our blog, sharing local stories so we can learn more about the similarities and differences between other students and ourselves. You can visit some of their blogs to learn a little bit more about each of them!

  • Bell Bulldog Readers in Seattle, Washington
  • Hawes Community Primary in North Yorkshire, England
  • Mrs. Naugle’s class in New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Tell the Raven in Fairbanks, Alaska
  • The Classroom Connection in New Brunswick, Canada
  • The Ins & Outs in Palmerston North, New Zealand
  • Mrs. Kistler and the 49ers in San Antonio, Texas
  • Techie Kids in Michigan, USA
  • Mr. Miller’s class in King City, California
  • Year 3 Superstars in Western Australia

  • You can also view the location of these classes in the map below.

    View Stories Around the World in a larger map

    We’re very excited about this opportunity and we hope that you will be too! If you’d like to stay up to date on all the latest posts, make sure that you subscribe by email in the column on the right. You’ll be sent an email anytime a new post is added by any class!

    You can head over there now by clicking here, to read all about our Thanksgiving feast!

    We look forward to sharing about our school and traditions and can’t wait to learn from others!

    *Have you ever been to any of the places the other blogs are from?*

    *What is an important event or custom you think we should share?*