The United States
Postcard Exchange is a way for students to learn about the United
States. It helps students with geography skills, writing skills, and
much more. Listed below are the procedures that I will be using to
host the postcard exchange. All grade
levels are welcome to apply to this postcard exchange. Please read carefully before making the
decision to participate. If you choose to participate, please
remember that others are counting on you to mail the postcards in a
postcard must include information about your state. You may also
include information about your city, school, and classroom. If you
have a classroom website, include the website address.
may be handmade or store bought.
may be typed or handwritten. If messages are handwritten, please
make sure that others can read the message.
4. Please try
to include the students in the process of the postcards as much as
postcards MUST be mailed
no later than
will e-mail all participants no later than September 10, 2010 with
the list of addresses. At that time, please check for
errors. If there are errors, please e-mail me immediately.
you develop a bulletin board to showcase your postcards, please take
a picture and e-mail it to me. I will make a webpage that will show
all the different ways the schools have displayed their postcards.
Be sure to include your name, your school name, and the state. I
will also link the webpage to any classroom websites.
interested in participating, please send me your name, grade level, school
name, school address, and your e-mail to
state is taken, it will have a line through it. If there is no line,
your state is still available.