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Each year Mrs. Avnor's classroom does The Culture Box Exchange. We send in little artifacts from where we are and they send in artifacts from where they are too. This year they sent in artifacts from Alaska. We got so many cool things from them! They sent raw goods like salmon, and even a tire! They brought in their favorite books and a hockey puck. This was an amazing social studies experiment. By Joe M.
The first thing we got was a boot that they use to track through the snow.
The second thing we got was one tire that they use for their bikes when it is snowy. The tire has studs on it to create friction.
The third thing we got was a book that talks about their city.
The fourth thing was a shirt that had a picture of their school mascot.
The fifth thing was mountain goat wool. It had a lot of things in the wool.
What was cool about the starfish was that the kids found them a lot when they went to the beach.
The seventh thing is a rock that the kids painted. They paint the rocks and then sell them.
The eighth thing was their state flag.
The ninth thing was an Alaskan abc book. It has mostly all plants and animals in Alaska.
The tenth thing was Native American art work on a postcard from a radio station. Haines, Alaska has only has 1 radio station.
The eleventh thing they sent us was a postcard that had a picture of their town, Haines.
The twelfth thing is some cranberry jam. They have a lot of berries in Alaska.
The thirteenth thing they sent us was a jar of salmon, It is one of the most popular foods there.
The fourteenth thing that they sent us was the smoked salmon.
The last thing they sent us was a hockey puck. It was a puck from their community. They have a community hockey rink.
The culture box was a lot of fun and we hope you had fun reading this. By Makenna and Isla
Our Skype With David Kelly by Macy
Today we skyped with David Kelly the author of The Ballpark Mysteries. His latest book from The Ballpark Mysteries that he wrote is about the St. Louis Cardinals. He has written 18 Ballpark Mystery books. 22 books all together. He also wrote another series called MVP. The MVP series is about sports.
Our Skype with David kelly by Emmersen
David kelly is the author that writes Ballpark Mysteries. Today our class was lucky enough to skype with David Kelly. We learned a lot of things for example, he got the ideas from his sons.His sons played baseball, and he read a lot of books but there were no books that were sport mysteries so he decided to make some. One of his popular books was his very first one that was called The Fenway Foul Up.Most of David kelly’s books are about 70 pages.I like that David Kelly does mystery books! He was really fun to skype with!
Our Skype with David Kelly By Joe M.
David Kelly is an children's book author. He has written the Ballpark Mysteries, MVP, and some non-fiction books. He is famous by his mysteries. The Ballpark Mysteries take place in various baseball stadiums. His latest book being in Busch Stadium, St. Louis MO. He plans to make his next book be in New York. Buy a David Kelly Book Today!
Our Skype by Owen
We had a skype with David Kelly. He wrote the Ballpark Mysteries. He has also wrote the MVP series. He has been writing for 12 years! His newest book was about the St. Louis Cardinals. It’s called The Cardinals Caper. He’s written almost 22 books. I really liked it.
Our Skype with David Kelly by Isla
We had a skype with an author named David Kelly. David wrote Ballpark Mysteries. One of the most popular ones are about the St. Louis cardinals. David Kelly has a new book coming out soon. In total now he has written 22 books! He got his idea of ballpark mysteries because as a kid he played baseball and he had 2 kids and they enjoyed baseball too. David kelly has been writing for 12 years! David Kelly is a very good author!
Our class field trip at the conservation center was so fun!
We first went to the forest we saw and heard ….
Our Field Trip In Nature by Greysen
Today our class went to Claire Gempp Davidson Memorial a famous conservation site. There were many ecosystems like the pond, prairie,forest,and the restoration area. There were many animals,one that really stood out was a dead squirrel. We also saw some other animals like birds,turtles,and some gesee. The geese were a mom and dad with 4 babies. We also found a camera that was really nice. That’s our field trip.
Our Trip By Raheem
Today we went to a conservation for a field trip.We got to use different tools to explore.There were lots of different animals like turtles, geese, goldfish, a hawk, and a dead squirrel. We went to three ecosystems. They were a pond, forest, prairie, and we went to an area called the restoration area. Our field trip was awesome!
Field Trip by Gabby and Ryan
At our rfield trip,we learned about animals.
We were looking at the forest and we saw a turtle, lots of people saw worms,spiders,ants,rolly pollies ,and more.We had so much fun.
When we were at the pond we saw a snapping turtle, eggs, baby geese, goldfish, Northern cardinal, a hawk too,and lots more.
We saw an owl, mouse, and cardinal. This was also where the barn used to be. It was like a sidewalk and stairs put together. The barn was 100 years old.
The Good Field Trip by Isla and Makenna
This field trip was really fun. We went to Claire Gempp Davidson Memorial Conservation Site.First we went to the forest. We saw a turtle and lots of birds and bugs.The next ecosystem we went to was the pond. In the pond we saw a lot of snapping turtles. We also saw geese and fish and I accidentally dropped my net. We also saw a goose egg and a orange fish. We also saw the prairie and we saw a dead squirrel and other plants like poison ivy. Then we found some spiders in the grass. One hundred years ago there was a dairy farm then it turned in to three ecosystems. Then we went to the restoration area. We listened to a lot of birds and took class photos. This field trip was very fun.
Conservation Center by Brooke and Nevaeh
Today we went on a field trip to Claire Gempp Davidson memorial conservation site with the mosaic teacher. We saw a dead squirrel at the prairie. A turtle at the forest. We saw a mother goose and a father goose and their four BABIES at the pond. Over 100 years ago the conservation center was a dairy farm and we found the steps to the barn and the bench and the entrance. It was between 59 through 70 degrees and then at the very end it was 72 degrees and the water at the pond was 62 degrees. We saw an egg on a litte island at the pond. In the pond we saw goldfish. Also we saw fungus and worms and ants and spiders. We had the best field trip EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Conservation Center By Anna and Macy
Today we went to the conservation site for our field trip. We went to four different areas. There was a pond, a prairie, a forest, and a restoration area. In the forest ecosystem we saw a worm, roly polys, spider, fungi, webs mushrooms, and a lot of insects. In the Restoration area we saw two goldfinches, a pine beetle, white flowers, butterflies, and a robin. In the prairie ecosystem it was 72 degrees and we saw white flowers, purple flowers, dandelions, weeds, and a dead squirrel which was very sad. In the pond ecosystem we saw a mother goose, a father goose, three baby geese, five turtles, and an egg that didn't hatch. We had a lot of fun.
Conservation Center by Ty
Today we were at Claire Gempp Davidson Memorial Conservation Site. There were 3 different ecosystems. They were forest, pond, prairie, and we also saw the restoration area. At the forest we saw a bunch of mayapple plants. At the pond we saw a turtle in the water, two baby geese. two parents and an goose egg at an island. There was also a goldfish in the water. It was fun.
We went to Claire Gempp Davidson Memorial Conservation site. We visited a pond, prairie, and woods ecosystem. We saw a dead squirrel and a turtle. It was fun. We saw a lamborghini on the way back to school. Did you know the place used to be a dairy farm? We saw a bunch of machines that are a century years old. The trip was by bus and was a field trip and we enjoyed it. By Owen and Mac
We went to the Claire Gempp Davidson Memorial Conservation site today. First we went to the forest. We also went to the pond, prairie and the restoration area. In the forest some things we saw were a turtle, worms, fungus, a Black Cap Chickadee, Mayapple plants and finally we saw a Garlic Mustard plant. In the pond we saw Goslings, a Red Shouldered Hawk, turtles, a Fire Ant colony with small eggs, and egg and Goldfish. At the prairie we saw a Northern Cardinal, dead squirrel, poison ivy, Common violet and more. At the restoration area we saw a wild onion, a goldfinch, Rolly polly and a nuthatch. On the way home we saw Lamborghini. By Ben and Joe W.
Claire Gempp Davidson Memorial Conservation Site
By Braden and James
First we went to the forest and saw
Next we went to the pond and saw.
Next we went to the prairie and we saw.
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