Welcome to IST’s Grade 2 Information Site

Karibu! and welcome to the International School of Tanganyika’s Grade 2 Information Portal. Here you will find ongoing information about what is happening in Grade 2 classrooms, links to IST events, curriculum, student work and much much more. Please check back often and feel free to leave us a message with your ideas, links and good thoughts. Asante!

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16 Responses to Welcome to IST’s Grade 2 Information Site

  1. Hello from Portugal!!! I’m amazed by Tanzania mainly since my mum was there few years ago and brought me some lovely arts and crafts from there. Plus i’m a snail mail penpal for over 30 years, and i’m looking 4 snail mail penpals in Tanzania for many years. I would like to b able to swap snail mails via the old way, and if possible also to swap items like postcards, photos, stamps…etc with people in Tanzania.
    One of my blogs it’s:
    http://manuworldnews.blogspot.pt/

    Please do contact me and wishing all a very nice new year.
    Hugs, Manu

  2. Sima Mittal says:

    The Maasai Fair today was fun and Superb! The kids and teachers put in lots of Effort! Thanks all!

  3. Brenda Todd says:

    Hello,
    We are learning about other people and places in the world. We compare things at our school with other schools and communities.

    We would love to hear from you. We don’t have long in school for this year. Our school year ends on June 10th. We return August 25th as third graders and many will be in other rooms.

    Our school has about 850 students. There are 8 second grade classrooms. We have 19 children in our classroom. We are a diverse school.

  4. Mr. Sumner says:

    Jambo!
    I’ve just found your blog via the Room 8 blog. This is fantastic, my class (Year 4 in Manchester, England) are currently studying your neighbouring country Kenya. I’ll show them your blog next week as it will greatly improve their understanding of east Africa.

  5. Mrs. B says:

    Hello from Memphis, Tn. Our class is doing a project on African culture and we have really enjoyed checking out your blog. We are new to the blogging world but we find it so helpful in connecting with the world that we are studying about. We would love for you to check out our blog and maybe chat with us soon. Check us out at mrsabynum.edublogs.org!
    Hope you have a great year!
    Mrs. B and class

  6. shan says:

    I liked the project of Maasai. It was very fun and interesting. I learned a lot about Maasai culture.

  7. Ruth Nabby6 says:

    Hello! Your information site looks really good. Will write back soon.

    Ruth

  8. Hello from Holmfirth in the UK! Thanks to Mr. McKillip for leaving a message on our blog and we really enjoyed looking at your blog as part of our learning about children around the world!

  9. holly says:

    Hi my name is Holly. I go to Melville Intermediate School in Hamilton\New Zealand. I love to play sport. I hope you guys do too. Please type back to me. I hope to hear from you again some time soon. Bye bye for now…

    Holly,
    Melville Intermediate
    Hamilton\New Zealand

  10. Kelly says:

    Kia Ora! My name is Kelly. Just here to say keep up the great work on your blog. Make sure you check out our blog.

    Kelly,
    Room8- Melville Intermediate
    Hamilton- New Zealand

  11. Teri Gragg says:

    We look forward to working with you all! Thanks for your time today!

  12. Hello, we were delighted that you left a comment on our blog. We are quite a new blog and are just starting to get noticed now, it’s very exciting!

    We were really interested in reading about your secondary school diving with the Whale Sharks (we just found them in our game last week). We would also love to link up with you and look into how we could have a web-chat at some point about the topics we are both doing. It would great for the children to be able to experince something like that in the classroom.

    Thanks again for your post and we look forward to reading more . . .

    Year 4 Divers

  13. Greetings from Massachusetts!

    Like the other commentors, I would love to have my second grade students contact yours. We have a child in our school, in our third grade, from Tanzania. It really is a small world.
    Looking forward to hearing from you,

    Mrs. Clausen

  14. Dianne Spencer says:

    Hello from Bolton, UK! Found you on Twitter! If you look at a globe you will find that Bolton is in the Northern part of England, near to Manchester. Good luck with your blog, I hope all goes well. We also have just started to blog- if you want to chat with us: Heathfield Primary Schhol, Bolton.
    Best Wishes!
    Dianne Spencer
    Headteacher

  15. Gidday from Australia.
    Hello grade 2. I hope you enjoy your new school year with Mr. McKillip. I would like your school and my school to keep touch with our blogs. Last year we were able to talk to Mr. McKillips school with Skype. Maybe we will be able to do that one day with your school.
    cheers
    Mrs. Smethurst

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