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Any teachers up for a class postcard swap?

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by misboohoo, May 27, 2011.

  1. I use Postcrossing with my tutor group and they absolutely love it. They take it in turns to write a postcard and we are often able to write in Spanish and French. I have a world map and we place a pin in each place we send a postcard to and put up all the postcards we receive. It has definitely made them curious about the different places not a bad thing as we are a very rural school.
  2. Great to see so many people using postcrossing. I'm a huge fan myself (I have appeared on the postcrossing blog twice in my other guise as @andytgeezer) and have used it for nearly 2 years to fuel my postcard habit.

    I've sent both of these twitter users a message, so maybe I'll be hearing back from them soon. Thanks!
  3. Thanks for the interest! I have sent you a message on twitter. hope you can get your class involved!

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