We have had a lot of visitors to our blog this year! Since the beginning of the school year in September, we have had over 52,000 visits!
More than half of those visits have come from the United States, but we have also had thousands of visitors from around the world. In fact, 143 different countries have checked out our blog this year.
Below are some screenshots of our visitors map (“ClustrMap”) before it got reset to zero last month. Since Flag day is coming up, we also had fun drawing flags from some of the countries that have visited us.
Visits from North America
Most of our visits were from North America. 35,000 visits were from the U.S.A., and almost 6,000 were from Canada. Here are flags from a few of the North American countries that visited us:
Visits from South America
We didn’t get a lot of visits from South America. Maybe that is because most of the countries there speak Spanish or Portuguese. Here are flags from some of our South American visitors:
Visits from Europe
As you can tell from the red dots on our ClustrMap, we had a lot of visits from people in Europe. Most of our European visitors were from the United Kingdom.
Visits from Africa
Many of our visitors from Africa were from the country of South Africa, where a lot of people also speak English.
Visits from Asia
In Asia, we had many visits from India. Hmm, can anyone guess what one of the main languages of India is?
Visits from Australia (or “Oceania”)
It’s no surprise that we had a lot of visitors from the region of “Oceania” since our blogging buddies 4KM & 4KJ live in Australia, and B4 live in New Zealand. Also, English is the official language of many of the countries in this area.
Thank you to all the people that have visited our blog, left us comments, and helped us learn about the world!