Looking for a kindergarten classroom that wants to write letters and share information on a ning site

Hi. My name is Stephanie Glazer. I am a kindergarten teacher in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio. This is my first time posting, so if this isn't the correct forum for my question then I am sorry!
I have a class of 18 Kindergarteners. I was interested in setting up a ning site with another Kindergarten classroom. We can use this site to write letters back and forth, post pictures and share ideas. We could read poems and video tape them, post pictures of activities we are doing, write letters back and forth, share videos of our classroom and community and more. Please email me at sglazer@orange.k12.oh.us if you are interested. Also, if there is somewhere else I can look for people interested in an online type pen-pal program let me know!

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I think this is a brilliant idea and have a couple of teachers who I bet would love to share. Might even grow as you go. We are a school that has 120 iPod Touches and 40 Macbook laptops not counting the PC's in the rooms that could be used.

Also there is an online penpal program I looked up last year called http://www.epals.com/ you might try that out too.

I will forward your information to my 4 K teachers today. Hope to hear from you all soon.

If you need to email me I'm at bowling.bailey@todd.kyschools.us
Hi Stephi -
Our Kinders are studying journeys and transportation at the moment - we would love to exchange information, pictures, writing, voice recordings (VoiceThread or PhotoStory projects) or even do a video conference.
Let me know if your class would be interested!
Thanks -
Monica McQueen
International School of Luxembourg
You may want to check into the COPPA restrictions. I think Ning has some age restrictions (13 and up).

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