We have Friends in Faraway Places.

Early this morning we got an email

from our friends in Foundation Class, out in Australia.

They had received the Easter card

we sent them by ordinary post.


Sometimes called ‘snail mail’,

sending things by post is

much slower, but to get

letters by post is fun.

 “Hi 2nd Class,

 What a beautiful surprise
we received from you all today.
It made my day!
The children were very excited too!
We have written about it on our blog
We took the little chickens home
to show our families.
Thanks again,
Foundation & Miss P

Here is the post that Ms. P

and Foundation Class

put on their blog.

They called it  ‘Surprise’

Friends in Faraway Places 🙂


Later in the day, we heard from New Zealand.

Our St. Patrick’s Day card arrived safely in 

Room 5, Melville Intermediate School,

Hamilton, New Zealand.

The students of that class made a slideshow

showing the arrival of our card!

Click on this link to see it 🙂

We love having friends

in faraway places!

2 thoughts on “We have Friends in Faraway Places.

  1. We also received a very special card that you sent us as well. We loved getting the St Patricks Day card and we posted about it on our class page, we also have used it to help complete our special Ireland display that we are doing on our wall about your country. We’ve posted about it on our blog.
    Mr Webb and Room Five, Melville Intermediate, Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand.

  2. Oh that’s great.
    We’ll leave a comment on your blog.
    My class were amazed how long letters by post take,
    in comparison to the virtually ‘instant’ communication by text, email or tweet.
    Thank you very much 🙂

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