Let’s Visit the 49′ers!
The Techie Kids are Quad Blogging with three fabulous classes!
Mrs. Webb-Scheers: The Classroom Connection
Mrs. Moore: Techie Kids
Mrs. Kistler: The 49’ers
Ms. Valdez: The Valdezians
This is the third week of our collaborative project.
Take a look at this post: Vote for Bulverde Creek!
Have you met Bob the Snake?
Here is a peek at what it looks like near the 49’ers.
So, instead of leaving a quality comment here, let’s head on over to Mrs. Kistler and the 49’ers and visit our Quad Blogging friends! Don’t forget to let them know you’re a Techie Kid!
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