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We regularly update the entire Edublogger’s class blog list to ensure the list remains current, contains helpful resources and see what else we can do to help you to find class blogs for the grades and subjects you teach.

We’ve just completed the latest update!

You can view the list on our Class blog list page.

About the Class blog list


The Edublogger’s class blog list was originally created in 2008 for educators to use as a resource to:

  • Get ideas on how class blogs are used with students.
  • Check out ideas they can use with their students and on their own class blog.
  • Make connections with classes in other countries.

6 years later I continue to be inspired by how long some of these blogs have been used for class blogging! Some have been used since 2007.

Keeping the list current

To ensure that the class blog list remains current and contains helpful resources we go through the entire list several times a year to remove any blogs that:

  1. Have been deleted
  2. No longer exist
  3. Are no longer active (haven’t updated recently)
  4. Have changed their privacy from public to private.

Is your Class blog on the list?

Would you like to your class blog to our class blog list?

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  1. Hi! I am new to blogging. Dabbled in it last year. Have been pouring over edublog’s site determined to build a blog that will serve my purpose in connecting students-parents and the activities I sponsor. I appreciate the support of edublog. It’s been A LOT of work, but well worth it I hope!

    • Connecting students, parents, and your activities sounds like a great purpose :)
      Best of luck, and let us know if you need any help along the way!

  2. I am so excited to launch my blog for the new school year…and to write with and about my awesome sixth graders. I’m still learning how to maximize Twitter…but enjoying all the insight from Edublogs. :) Wondering when I should check back for the student blogging challenge. So enjoyed taking part in that this past spring. :)

    • mrsrombachreads
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    • Hi Martha, Great to hear how much the student blogging challenged helped! The student blogging runs twice yearly; starting in March and September. You can subscribe to email notifications on the Student Challenge blog to be notified of when you need to register – http://studentchallenge.edublogs.org/

  3. Hi. I would like to get my kids at school involved and the community. Am new to this. How do I create a blog, just any would do? Any tips! Thanks a million!

  4. I believe this is a great way for classes to share ideas that many others didn’t know of. I find it very helpful and informative since it kept me updated on what other class of students are doing all around the world. It also gives me a chance to share my own blog and ideas.

  5. I have not set up a Twitter class account and am not sure how to do this. I would appreciate your help. Thanks.

  6. I have recently added a twitter account. Could you please update my listing on your class blog list.



    • Shane Boland Harrison
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    • Hi Shane

      Congrats on setting up your class blog twitter account. I’ve added your new twitter account to our class blog list.

      Sue Waters
      Support Manager
      Edublogs | CampusPress

  7. Hi, I am very new to blogging. I have set up a class blog and added student blogs to it. Please can you tell me how I can send a post to all my student blogs in one go?

    • Mrs Karin Clark
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    • Hi,

      You cannot publish posts to all of your student blogs in one shot. Each blog is it’s own separate site and thus you have to publish posts on each one individually. It’s best to publish posts on your own class blog if you want it to be accessible by all students.

      • Jason Teitelman
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