Welcome Back Mr Avery and Mr Salsich!

We hope everyone in 2KM and 2KJ has enjoyed their first week of holidays!

A few weeks ago we welcomed back our blogging buddies from Mrs Yollis’ class in California on the west side of the USA. You can click here to read that post.

It is now time for us to send a belated ‘welcome back’ to some of our blogging buddies on the east side of the USA. They are Mr Avery’s class in Massachusetts and Mr Salsich’s class in Connecticut.



This year Mr Avery has a new role teaching maths and science to year six students. You can click here to find his blog. Check out the tricky decimal maths they’re doing!


Mr Salsich teaches third grade and has two class mascots who have become good friends with Leo! They are Juan Pablo and Perezoso.

You can click here to find Mr Salsich’s blog. It looks like they’re having fun learning about habitats and adaptations.


Why not visit Mr Avery’s class blog or Mr Salsich’s class blog now and leave them a comment. Don’t forget to say where you’re from and be sure to model a quality comment for the new bloggers!

Have you left any comments for our blogging buddies or blogging students these holidays?

Let’s Visit Our Blogging Buddies: Meet Mr Salsich’s Class

2KM and 2KJ are QUAD blogging buddies with three other classes!

*Mrs. Yollis’ Classroom Blog U.S.A.*
*Open the Door to B-4  in New Zealand*
*Mr. Salsich Class Blog U.S.A*
*2KM and 2KJ  in Australia *

Mosaic Final quad blogging yollis

Last week, the quad blogging buddies enjoyed getting to know Mrs Yollis’ class.

This week, they’re focussing on Mr Salsich’s third grade class in Connecticut, USA.

Mr Salsich has two great class mascots called Juan Pablo and Perezoso.

Click here to get to know Juan Pablo the frog and help him with his learning.

Juan Pablo

Click here to hear Perezoso (say: “Perry-zoe-so”) the sloth present a friendship speech.


Mr Salsich’s class has some goals this week for the number of visitors and comments they hope to receive. You could help them achieve their goals!

Mr Salsich’s class is on holidays this week but they still look forward to receiving your comments while they enjoy their break.

Instead of leaving a comment on this post, why not head over to Mr Salsich’s class blog and leave a comment for them!

They would love to hear from you.

Remember to mention where you’re from!