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Ms. Pearson's First Grade Project

Media analysis and evaluation project
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Brandy Pearson

on 20 October 2012

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Transcript of Ms. Pearson's First Grade Project

Learning About Animals Our 1st Grade Journey Introduction Research Create Publish Start Conclusion Ranger Rick’s “Eye-Spy” Spiders Even the largest jumping spider is only about a half an inch long!
Learn more in this issue about Bats, scorpions, Blackbelly Dragonfish and much more! Snakes A snake smells with its tongue! Learn more on:
www.factsurfer.com Rabbits Rabbits hit their legs against the ground to talk to other rabbits! Learn more on:
www.factsurfer.com Owls Owls cannot move their eyes so they must turn their heads to look around! Learn more on: www.factsurfer.com Lions Lions swallow without chewing their food! Learn more on:
www.facthound.com Forest Animals: Wolves, Whitetail Deer, Black Bears, Moose Wolves must drink plenty of water to keep up their energy and stay healthy! Learn more on: www.factsurfer.com Frogs Frogs must be wet and cool in order to survive! Learn more on:
www.factsurfer.com Bears Bears rub their scent on trees to keep other bears away! Learn more on:
www.factsurfer.com Armadillos Armadillos can hold their breath for 6 minutes under water! Learn more on:
www.factsurfer.com Ranger Rick’s Treetop Party Kinkajou (KING-kuh-joo)
In this issue, you can also learn about Black Bears, Bird Flocks, Rattlesnakes and more! Giraffes A Giraffes tongue is as long as your arm! Learn more on:
www.facthound.com Production Connection
Animal of choice: .
Color: .
Size: .
Skin or fur description: .
Wing Span or special features .
Where do they live? .
Life span: .
What do they eat for energy and growth? .
Interesting fact to share: . Class discussion Do this one together as an example. Ranger Rick’s Treetop Party Kinkajou (KING-kuh-joo)
In this issue, you can also learn about Black Bears, Bird Flocks, Rattlesnakes and more! Snakes A snake smells with its tongue! Learn more on:
www.factsurfer.com Owls Owls cannot move their eyes so they must turn their heads to look around! Learn more on: www.factsurfer.com Giraffes A Giraffes tongue is as long as your arm! Learn more on:
www.facthound.com Frogs Frogs must be wet and cool in order to survive! Learn more on:
www.factsurfer.com Armadillos Armadillos can hold their breath for 6 minutes under water! Learn more on:
www.factsurfer.com Ranger Rick’s “Eye-Spy” Spiders Even the largest jumping spider is only about a half an inch long!
Learn more in this issue about Bats, scorpions, Blackbelly Dragonfish and much more! Rabbits Rabbits hit their legs against the ground to talk to other rabbits! Learn more on:
www.factsurfer.com Lions Lions swallow without chewing their food! Learn more on:
www.facthound.com Forest Animals: Wolves, Whitetail Deer, Black Bears, Moose Wolves must drink plenty of water to keep up their energy and stay healthy! Learn more on: www.factsurfer.com Bears Bears rub their scent on trees to keep other bears away! Learn more on:
www.factsurfer.com Let’s Learn About Animals What would you like to know? Finish
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