My students have created a fourth grade writing blog. The blog is used for students to publish writing that is a work-in-progress or ready to be published. Please read frequently and commment. They have set the goal to reach readers in all seven continents. I would love to hear what other teachers are doing with Web 2.0 at the elementary level.
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Look into storybird.com. We are just starting to use the site and there a some glitches and shortcoming in the beta version but it works exactly like you suggested. The kids would be paired (only 2 in a group) with another writer and the story moves back and forth. Kids have to have emails and storybird accounts. Look around the site and I'll discuss with co-teacher.
Oct 15th:
Did you know that today is "Blog Action Day '09 - Climate Change". Even U.K. Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, has gotten on the bandwagon.

So far today, 9,766 Blogs 150 Countries / 13,075,079 Readers http://bit.ly/2aCSlZ

This is a great opportunity to engage students in a global issue and blogging all at the same time!
To Mrs. T's Talented Texans...
Your writing is fabulous - I loved reading it!
I am a 4th grade teacher in Pennsylvania and I am very impressed. I can't wait to share your blog with my students.
Keep up the great work!

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