Blogging Buddies

TOP BLOGGING TIPS:

Remember blogging is very much a two-way thing. The more blogs you visit and leave comments on, the more visitors you will receive in return. Follow these top tips to generate bigger and bigger audience’s for our blog!

  1. Use the links above or the 100wc website to find a new blog to visit- there’s loads to choose from across the world!
  2. Stick to the Blogging Rules & Good Comments Advice that is on here.
  3. Introduce yourself if you’ve never visited a particular blog before.
  4. Leave a positive / helpful comment on someone’s work. Be sensitive and polite!
  5. CHECK YOUR SPELLING!
  6. Leave a link to our blog site or your work so that people know where to go in return.
  7. Most importantly – enjoy your blogging. It’s a great chance to improve your literacy and make new friends along the way.

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We have been blogging with other learners from across the globe! We visit their posts and leave constructive comments about their work. They return this by doing the same with our work.

Here is a list of the blogs that we visit. They are all part of the global blogging network we’ve been building up!

Global Blogging Buddies:

Blogging Buddies a bit closer to home:

Belle Vue Blogs:

Want to find more…?

http://www.literacyshed.com/class-blogs-shed.html

The following link actually won a global blogging award last year. Visit and have a good read through- it’s all very true! Bare in mind it was written by a 10-year old. Perhaps it might inspire you to do something similar?

http://jadensawesomeblog.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/ten-things-ive-learned-from-blogging.html

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34 Responses
  1. Georgia says:

    ok mr Holder i love bloging 🙂

  2. Mitchell says:

    Mr Holder, has year 4 got one?

  3. Sophie says:

    Mr Holder,
    When I tried to click on the year 2’s web link, it just took you to the email.

  4. Govind says:

    I love Year 5 and 3’s blog. They are amazing!!

    • Faye says:

      So do I Govind! It’s nice to look at other year groups not just 5 and 6. 🙂

    • Faye says:

      I have been on other new blog’s on our blogging buddies page. They are all amazing! 😉

  5. Joseph says:

    Mr Holder are you going to put Mitchells blog on?

  6. Ellie W says:

    Also I have just been on Jayden’s awesome blog and I think he is really inspiring and can’t believe that he actually won an award for his blog because he was so young.

    • Faye says:

      Can we have Jayden’s blog on our blogging buddies page please Mr Holder. 🙂

  7. Sophie says:

    We need to add Year 2’s blog.
    I have all ready benn on to comment.
    My brother told me about his blog!

    • Sophie says:

      Sorry I spelt (been) wrong it must have been a typing mistake.

    • Faye says:

      Yes Sophie I know year two have one too I have also commented and their blog it is looking amazing already too.

  8. Sophie says:

    I have just seen Year 5 blog
    It looks cool!
    They are doing a 200 word challenge! I wonder if we could do it too?

  9. Harriet says:

    You really like Japan don’t you Alex.

  10. Alex H says:

    There is some flags on our flag counter that even I do not know!

  11. Alex H says:

    Why hasn’t anybody from Japan visited our blog?

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