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January 25, 2012, 11:26 AM

Rainforest Assembly

4th Grade Reports.....

I thought that it was great because I liked how he pulled out dangerous animals, but yet he informed us that their venom couldn't hurt us.  I thought it was cool to see an animal that I don't normally see every day.  Grace

I thought it was cool because the coati is an animal that I don't normally see. I liked the albino snake named banana.  Mara

I really liked the spider because it's vemon wouldn't really hurt humans as much as it's prey.  Owen

I like the coati because it's like a pet, almost like a dog, and it looks cute when it eats it's fruit loops.   I loved the parrot.  Michaela

I liked the green-winged macaw because he talked spanish.  Marshall

I liked the assembly because he showed us many different things about animals, like the macaw speaking spanish and his beak opening a peanut.  Gunner

I liked the macaw because it could speak over 50 words and phrases and it had beautiful colors on it's back.  Marina

I like the spider because when it was on Mr. Z it was wiggling his legs and Mr. Z looked scared. Maddy

I enjoyed seeing the macaw because it was trained very well and could speak two languages.  It also fluffed up when it fell asleep.  Lindsey

I liked the albino snake because it was yellow and very neat.  I learned that when it is bigger it could eat a child.  Monty

It was fun to see rainforest animals because we don't live by the rainforest and see those types of animals.  Jocelyn

I liked the macaw because of all its colors and how it could talk.  Dasy

I like the whole assembly because the person who led it did a great job explaining all the animals and facts about them.  Leah

I thought the spider was gross, but I like the coati because it will grow alot bigger than it is right now.  Erin

I like the macaw and the coati because they were cute and funny.  They waved at us and it was really fun. Isabella

I like the macaw because it could speak in two languages and say up the 50 phrases.  It danced and waved to us.   Jonathan

October 31, 2011, 2:26 PM

US Honey Queen Visits St. Paul

Boys bees get kicked out of the hive because their job is to guard the hive.

In the winter time the boy bees called drones have to leave the hive because there isn't room for them.

The queen bee can lay 1,500 eggs a day.

The queen bee can lay up to 2 million eggs in her lifetime.

When the queen bee dies, she has to be replaced by the other bees making another one.

Also, if a new hive is made, a new queen bee will go to that hive to get the hive started.

They travel 5,500 miles to make 1 pound of honey.


October 25, 2011, 3:30 PM

Pumpkins to Wellington Place

The 2nd graders decorated pumpkins today and delivered them to residents of Wellington Place.  We brought smiles to many faces.  When we gave the residents their pumpkin we also sang this little song:

O pumpkin bright, O pumpkin bright....May God's love shine in you tonight!

One lady even cried when we sang to her.  She was so happy!

October 18, 2011, 1:12 PM

Pre K Visits the Corn Maze

The Pre-K class visited Trzebiatowski's Corn Maze on Oct. 17th. They had a great time petting the animals, playing on the play equipment, and wandering through the corn maze. With many attempts, some groups were even successful making it all the way through the maze! It was a fun way to end the study of the fall season!

October 10, 2011, 2:29 PM

Living in Space Program

We learned how astronauts live in space.  They eat dried food and have to use a straw.  The Capri juice box idea came from the astronauts.  We did the pledge to the flag on the moon.   We even learned how they go to the bathroom in space!  We also had a small rocket take off! 

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