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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Landforms and Bodies of Water

We are studying landforms and bodies of water this week. What better way than to use a fun, interactive Power Point?!
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We had a good time learning about landforms and bodies of water. We even learned some hand motions to go with them. I'll have to get pictures to show you how smart we are. :)

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Food Chain research projects

Each of my 3 classes will be studying a different habitat in order to create food chains and webs. Since I don't want my students going all over the Internet, I am going to have them start their search here!

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Blue Crew- Forest Habitats


Yellow Group- Ocean Habitat
 
Red Group- Wetland Habitat