About Us

post written by Tracy Watanabe

Reading an “About” page on a blog can give you information about the blog about who they are.

In blogging, a page is different than a post. A page gives information about something such as information about your class or guidelines for being safe on the blog; while a blog post is about your thoughts, ideas, and reflections that you want to have a discussion about.

Watch this BrainPOP Jr. video about what a blog is (you’ll need to log in with your school BrainPOP account). 


Photo Credit: Cindy Fordham via Compfight

Explore these About Pages

Your first task is to explore the About Pages on the blogs listed below and answer the questions in the comments below:

  • What information do they tell you?
  • What do you like about them?

Here are the blogs you may explore:

  1. The Bird’s Nest — A Kindergarten Class Blog
  2. 2KM and 2KJ — A 2nd Grade Blog
  3. Em’s Canvas — A 2nd Grader’s blog

What information did you learn on the About Pages?

What do you like about their About Pages?

What should your teacher write on your class About Page?

6 Responses to “About Us”

  1.   Em
    September 7th, 2013 | 8:57 pm       Reply

    To Mrs. Tucker,
    I think you should talk about art on Friday and Daily5. When you do an about page add detail or information. Also check for understanding when you do a blog post. You can make a game so the kids in your class will remember. To remember to check for understanding. Go down to the questions and ask the class on any day.

    You have to say the answer.

    1 What should I do at the end of a question?
    2 What should you do if you forgot to check for understanding?
    3 What happens if you don’t put a space? What should you do?
    4 What should you do if you read someone a question and you didn’t read with fluency or check for understanding. What else should you do?

    Em in your class

    •   ctucker
      September 23rd, 2013 | 5:04 pm       Reply

      Dear Emma,

      Thank you for commenting on our blog. We like the idea to talk about art on Friday and Daily 5.

      Thank you for the questions you asked. These will help us with our comprehension.

      Mrs. Tucker’s Class

  2.   Emily, Easton's mom
    September 18th, 2013 | 9:03 am       Reply

    Hello class,

    While exploring the About Me pages of the blogs included in this post, I discovered that the classes have 18, 22, and 23 students. I also learned that the students are different ages: kindergarten all the way to eight years old.

    When I looked at the blogs, I liked how happy all of the students looked and how much fun they were having. It looks like they are all friends!

    I think it would be great if Mrs. Tucker wrote about all of your pets on your class About Me page. It would also be interesting to know what your favorite book is!

    I look forward to learning more about your class and following you through the year on your class blog.

    Have a nice day,
    Emily, Easton’s mom

    •   ctucker
      September 23rd, 2013 | 1:20 pm       Reply

      Dear Emily, Easton’s Mom,

      Thank you for replying to our blog.

      We like your idea to talk about our pets on the About Us page. We also like the idea to tell about our favorite books. Be on the lookout for this!

      Thank you for giving us ideas to put on our blog.

      Mrs. Tucker’s Class

  3.   Maria
    September 19th, 2013 | 8:03 pm       Reply

    Hello All,

    You have done a great job on your blog thus far. I can’t wait to read more as the year goes on. Keep up the good work. Make sure to take and post lots of pictures.

    Maria, Cassandra’s mom

    •   ctucker
      October 2nd, 2013 | 12:08 pm       Reply

      Dear Maria, Cassandra’s Mom,

      Thank you for the compliments on our blog. We have worked hard.

      We will take a lot of pictures.

      Mrs. Tucker’s 2nd Grade Class

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