Monthly Archives: October 2016

Happy Halloween!

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Bat Box

We learned so much about wood, drills, screws, planning, organizing, and holding steady  while building our bat box today.  What a great real world experience!  Soon we will be able to hang the box on campus so bats can come … Continue reading

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Candy Corn Day

Thank you to our parent volunteers!  We had a great time celebrating National Candy Corn day, which is October 30th.  

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How do we help bats survive?

We have learned so much about bats this month.  Many myths have been debunked!  We have taken the information we’ve learned, along with the difficulties bats face, to determine that they need our help.  Today we attended a webinar where … Continue reading

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Owls and Pajama Day

We had a great introduction to owls today.  Mr. Will came from Eagle Creek Park and brought with him three injured owls who live at Eagle Creek and are cared for there.  He brought a Screech Owl, Barred Owl, and … Continue reading

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Private vs. Public Information Sharing Online

This month, Mrs. Everett came to our classroom to help us learn about how we stay safe online by not sharing private information, even when we create usernames for fun, kid-friendly, gaming sites. Things like age, full name, birthday (even birth year), … Continue reading

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Stuckey Farm Field Trip

What a beautiful day to visit the Pumpkin Patch!  We had fun going on a wagon ride, picking our own pumpkins, navigating a corn maze, learning about apples and orchards, and playing on the farm playground.  See the photos and … Continue reading

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