Miss Docherty Voki

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8 thoughts on “Miss Docherty Voki”

  1. Hi Kim
    I am glad you are enjoying blogging. You are so right, it really is easy to do!! 🙂 🙂

    Miss Docherty

  2. Hi Erin
    I am glad you are enjoying being a blogger in primary 5. It is really great that we can access the things we have been doing in class from home. Technology is super!!

    Miss Docherty

  3. Hi Mrs P and the 2011 AllStars
    We look forward to when you are set up blogging for this year. We will have fun sharing our stories about what we are learning in our class with you and hearing about what you are getting up to.

    The voki went down very well with the children. Thanks Mrs P I am back in full voice now and we are busy rehearsing for a performance with the Scottish Opera who will be coming to our school in about six weeks to work with the P5, P6 and P7 classes.

    We are really looking forward to it, but we are a bit nervous. We will let you know how our rehearsals and the performance go and might even post some footage on our blog.

    your friends from Chapelside Primary
    The Brilliant Bloggers

  4. Hello Chapelside Brilliant Bloggers and Miss Docherty,
    Thanks for visiting our class blog. We are on holidays at the moment, but start our new school year (with new AllStars) just next week.
    We will add you to our blogroll and will visit your blog when we get back into blogging very soon.

    What a great idea you had Miss Docherty to use a voki when you lost your own voice. Hope you get better soon and “back to class”.

    MrsP and the AllStars

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