Yesterday, we were given the wonderful opportunity to listen to Jason Chin, a non-fiction author. We loved his books Coral Reefs and Redwoods! He talked to us about how he collects the research for his books, and also how he does his illustrations. What did you find most interesting about his presentation? What were your favorite things he told you? Please write three to four sentences reflecting on his visit and what you learned and found interesting. Please check your capital letters and punctuation.
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
We have been building background knowledge for our Westward Expansion Unit. We've learned about the Lewis and Clark Expedition. In library, we learned some information about supplies needed to take on the six month journey west. What are at least three wonders you would like to investigate further? Please read each other's comments and try not to repeat posts. Be sure to write in complete sentences with the correct capitalization and punctuation.
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Today was CAFE's first meeting, and it was a great success! Many thanks to our friends, Eric Wang and Peyton Young for presenting on the topic of Chinese New Year. Thank you David for the wonderful pastries and Lucas for the red envelopes with a crisp dollar bill. It sounds like you all learned so much! What did you learn? What was your favorite part? Share with me your reflections on CAFE!
If you did not attend cafe, click here to read about Chinese New Year and share with us some new learning. Please be sure to write four to five sentences with the correct punctuation and capitalization.
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
I am exhausted from traveling to Denmark and South Korea in the same week!
Let's share our new learning from both counties!
Also, please share your reflections from each country. What was your favorite thing to do, to see or the hear? Did anything surprise you? Did anything amaze you?