Guidelines for Commenting

Here are some guidelines for writing comments on our blog as well as our friend’s blogs!

  1. Students, parents, and teachers will identify students by their first names only. If a family member is writing a comment, please identify yourself as “_____’s mom” or “______’s dad”, instead of using your last name.
  2. Commenters may not include any identifying information, such as your last name and where you live.
  3. All comments are moderated and must be approved by Miss Holmquist before they appear on the blog.
  4. Positive and respectful comments are allowed.
  5. Proof-read comments are allowed.
  6. Use complete sentences with appropriate grammar. “Text talk” is not appropriate for blogs.
  7. Try to write comments that continue the conversation that started with the post. Our class watched this video from Mrs. Yollis’ class to learn about how to create quality comments. Thank you , Mrs. Yollis’ class!

Thank you Mrs. Hamman for these awesome guidelines!

 

4 thoughts on “Guidelines for Commenting

  1. Hi dudes. My guess is that if we did not have {ha see spell check!} the 70 percent water in our bodies we would ether have to drink A LOT of water or we woulct there are other ways to say didnt!]d shrivel up like prunes. Hehe.

  2. Hey everyone, we are learning and talking about water. We also need 70-75% of water for our bodies.
    .Kailah.

  3. Hey everyone, today we are learning about water
    so we measured dry fruit and fresh fruit we learned that fresh fruit is heaver than dried fruit .

  4. In ms.holmquist’s class she will teach you water facts and learn and discover it and learn all about it and do activity about with fruits that is fresh and dry fruits. 🙂

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