Blogging 'WHY' and other Resources


1. ‘WHY’ blogging:

2. What does blogging do?

3. This woman and her blog is always a wonderful resource for me:


5. 366 Day Project – some people use blogging in the classroom as a ‘daily’ journal – they take a picture a day and use it to journal their work:

6.Ellen’s Blog at KidBlog:

7. Great Blog ‘Rules’ at this site. And, I emailed this guy once and he was so very nice and shared everything. Nice organization, too:

8. Reflection on blogging from a teacher in Australia:

9.Mrs Wideen’s Blog:


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