How to leave a Comment.

How to leave a comment…
We always enjoy it when our visitors leave us a comment about one of the posts.
This makes blogging exciting and we always check the blog for comments every day.
We particularly enjoy comments from parents, grandparents, relations from far away and teachers from all around the world.
Our flag counter is fascinating. We love all the flags and we find the countries on our globe.
Sometimes when we are on the blog,  someone else is on in real time- that means at the same time. The revolving globe  is exciting for that.

Please leave a comment on a post!

 Go our posts and browse until you find something that interests you.

Parents please use first name only. This is for cyber safety reasons.

Leaving a comment is simple…

1. Click on the heading of the post you wish to comment on.
2. Click on the word “ Comment” at the top of the post.
3. You will be asked for your name and email address.
4. You will need to write the “spam word” – to protect us from unwanted emails.
5. Click “submit comment”.
Your comment WILL NOT appear straight away.
It is sent to Mrs Lynch via email for checking first.
If your comment is okay it will soon appear on the site!

We have a strict set of Gr 3/4 expectations for comments:

1. Introduce your comment like a letter – “Dear MLY”.
2. Write your comment about the post. Mrs Lynch often leaves ideas and questions at the bottom of the post to start you off.
3. Check your comment for correct spelling, grammar, spacing and punctuation before you submit it. We do not  find ‘chat’ interesting so please make your comments interesting and use complex sentences please.
4. Don’t reveal any personal information about yourself in your comment.

We hope this helps you to place a comment to How to leave a comment…

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113 thoughts on “How to leave a Comment.

  1. Dear Middle Department
    Congratulations on your fabulous bridge building science activity!
    I was so impressed with the constructions that you made. You all thought about what your bridge would look like, and created a design brief to show this. Well done!
    And they were very sturdy too! Jarrad Twine told me that someone’s held 4 dictionaries!!
    Well done to you for working so well.
    I do love to hear about this great science work you are doing. Thank you for sharing it with me, and well done to the teachers!
    Miss Richards

  2. Hello this is Ethan Shaw. You may remember me?
    i just like to say I miss you all but my time at Montpeller is great. See ya from ethan shaw.

  3. Dear Middles,
    I am here in Ghana, West Africa. It is good to be here as I have many friends I am meeting after missing them for 9 months.
    Ghana is a hot country ~ likeNorthern Queensland.
    Many of the people are poor but they are still happy.
    I will see you when I come home.
    Mr. T.

  4. Dear MLY
    Just visiting your blog and am excited by all the wonderful things that you are doing. I’m loving being in the Middle Department at L.L.P.S. and am really enjoying Book Week.
    Keep up the good work.
    Mrs Hansen

  5. To MLY
    I really like the things you put on your blog. My favourite is Mr Creece’s holiday dance. It’s great! I love it and good luck Erin when you leave LLPS.

  6. Dear all at L.L.P.S.
    We arrived safely in New York after many long, tedious hours in several planes. I am thinkin of you all as you complete your last week of term 3. Give my love to all the little darlings in MQU – I hope you are being good for Miss Wood and Mrs Hartkamp. Must go now. GO PIES!!!
    Love from Mrs Hansen

  7. Hello to everyone at L.L.P.S.
    We are over in New Orleans at the moment and it is very exciting. Lots of music and a really great market which I am looking forward to exploring in much greater detail. The weather is really warm so I am making the most of it before we come home. The Mississippi River is very big and I am hoping to go on a paddle steamer down the river.
    Be Good
    Best wishes from Mrs Hansen

  8. Dear Middles
    Congratulations on the terrific work you have done visiting Lakelands and Limeburners Point. I am so proud of the way you guys continue to think about science and sustainability and work together to make our school and the Lakelands area places to be proud of. What a team!
    I also love the terrific Christmas rotations that you are doing. You have all worked VERY hard this year, and deserve the fun that you are having making Christmas decorations, writing poems and being creative. Make sure that you say thank you to your teachers!
    From Miss Richards

  9. dear mly
    its nice to see lots of boys and girls from other parts of the world having a look at the blog

    from samantha MAR

  10. Dear Mrs Lynch,

    I hope we do lots of smartie maths!
    I showed my mum she thinks it is cool!

    From Jess

  11. Hi Middles
    Thank you for sharing your LLPS middles blog, I have voted for my favourite coloured smartie!
    Have a great day.
    from Cass Ritchie

  12. Hi MLY,
    I am on the train going to the Caravan and Camping Show. I am on my dad’s iphone4. I played against Tom on live Mathletics. Isn’t that amazing! Can everyone please comment on the blog.
    From Ben

  13. Dear Caroline,
    Thank you for commenting on our blog. We especially love our parents to let us know what they think about some of our work.
    From Mrs Lynch

  14. Dear Mrs Lynch and MLY! 16,022 HITS! HOW exciting! More ICE POLES next term,
    we cant wait!

    From Monikque and Ysabel!!!!!!!

  15. Dear middles.
    We have heaps of hits 16,648.We have worked hard all of last term and the reward was cool. Hope we can do it again this term.

  16. Hi everyone,

    I think middles blog is great because people get to see things that middles do and gives the students a great change to look around and do a comment about things. The middles blog is awesome.

    from Rebecca Zivic

  17. Hello there Rebecca,
    Thank you for your comment. Maybe next time you could pick one of the posts that is on the blog and write a comment about it.
    From Mrs Lynch

  18. Hi! I have seen your blog. it is great! Good luck with the hand award.

  19. Hello Cindy,
    Thank you for your comment. We would love to know a little bit about you. Where do you come from?
    From MLY and Mrs Lynch

  20. Hi Mitch,
    The blog did very well last term. I hope we have some good posts this term and lots of interesting comments from everyone.
    Good Luck for your term
    From Mrs Lynch

  21. Hi Middles,
    I like the Middles blog sooo much. LLPS rocks!
    From Jade

  22. Hi Jade,
    Thank you for looking at our blog. We love comments but we have a few rules. Would you like to read about how to comment on the blog. We love to read news…like a letter. Maybe chat is more for text messages. Keep up the good work and send another comment to us about one of our posts.
    Mrs Lynch

  23. Hi Mrs Lynch, I am bailey from M T H. I like the person that you made.

  24. Hello everyone,
    I think that the middles blog is amazing because it tells people what middles are doing and what they have done and it gives people a chance to comment on the blog!
    From Bridie

  25. Dear Bridie,
    Thankyou for commenting on our blog. I hope you visit, look around and leave a comment very often in the future.
    From Mrs Lynch

  26. Thank you for you comment Bailey. I hope you have a good look around and even gp back to some of our previpous posts. We have lots of news for you to look at.
    From Mrs Lynch

  27. Hi Mrs Lynch,
    I hope all is well and hope Adam is behaving 🙂
    Eb and I are both coming up to exams at uni; its amazing how different it all is. We are also both enjoying it .


  28. Dear Kristie,
    It’s lovely to hear from you. Congratulations to you both on going to uni. What are you studying? Adam loves playtimes the most at school. He is a clever boy and gets his work done easily. Call in to visit one day. Mrs Crompton and Mrs Lynch would love to see you.
    From Mrs Lynch

  29. I love looking at the blog thank you Mrs Lynch for making all of this possible. The blog has some great post . You’ve done alot of good things.
    Zoe M in your grade is my best friend
    from Mikaela MAR p.s. Mr. Arundell is a really good teacher.

  30. Thank you for your comment Sarah. Which video did you enjoy? Would you like to write a little bit about it- just like a letter.
    From Mrs Lynch

  31. Hello there,
    We love to receive comments and we like to read them like a letter. We would you to drop by again and leave a comment about a post.
    From Mrs Lynch and MLY

  32. To Mrs Lynch,
    I’ve got my own blog. It is so great- isn’t it.
    from Olivia

  33. This is a really good read for me. Must agree that you are one of the coolest blogger I ever saw. Thanks for posting this useful information. This was just what I was on looking for. I’ll come back to this blog for sure! I bookmarked this blog a while ago because of the useful content and I am never being disappointed. Keep up the good work

  34. I really appreciate your post and you explain each and every point very well.Thanks for sharing this information.And I’ll love to read your next post too.

  35. Hello MLY, I am Maya, Monikque and Zoe’s cousin. I am 2 years old. I really like your blog. I will come back and visit soon.

    From Maya:)

  36. Dear MLY,
    I really like how everyone is leaving commments on the blog it’s amaizing how many hits we have. Good luck with the principal reading challange guys!
    from kaiden MTH

  37. Hi MLY,
    I hope every thing is great at school.
    I can’t beleva that the ponts are91783
    it isb such a big nomber.
    from Olivia

  38. Hello Mly and Middles! I have some information about the moon. ( Rotation of the moon)The same side of the moon always faces the Earth.the moons rotation period is synchronous with its revolution period around the earth they earth has big dips they look like little ponds.

    There is a site called about the moon. It has 20 names for the moon how cool.But they are a bit weird.
    From Monikque

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