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Worksheet | Exploring the World Wearing Latitude Shoes

Art Gallery| Exploring the World Wearing Latitude Shoes

Students present their research on the Tulip Test Garden experiment

Tulips in the ground: kids make a montage.

Robin Lapbook and Unit Study

Robin Lapbook and Unit Study

Whooping Crane buttons

whooping crane adaptations poster

Whooping Crane life cycle project

whooping crane project

origami cranes

Touching the Whales: A Visit to A Nursery Lagoon

gray whale project - Touching the Whales: A Visit to A Nursery Lagoon

Photo Gallery from Slideshow: Touching the Whales: A Visit to A Nursery Lagoon

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gray whale posters

Whale mosaic made of beach trash.

Whale mosaic made of beach trash.

Big as Life: Our Gray Whale Poster

Photo Gallery for Slideshow: Big as Life: Our Gray Whale Poster

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Student shows the class project: a life-size whale poster filled with facts.

fun alphabet book

fun alphabet book

Iowa Wesleyan College history video tour- made by 4th graders as part of their introduction page for the 2009 Mystery Class

IWC History Video

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Mrs.Wrigley's Grade One Class Blog: tulip test garden. Students created calendar markers for April using what they know about the stages of a tulip plants life - bulb, emerged sprouts and bloom. We continue to set aside time each week to explore, inquire and observe our tulip garden/plants as part of ongoing science learning.

Student Science Notebook

Room 201 Blog: Symbolic Monarchs Are Off to Mexico

Our class designed a butterfly that was sent to a school in Mexico near the overwintering site of the Monarch butterfly. This symbolic migration is a way for children to communicate with Mexican children and demonstate a migration similar to the real Monarch migration. Mexican children will mail back butterflies in the spring to parallel the beginning of the journey north.