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We started our vertebrates and invertebrates unit with Ranger Jen. Last week we worked in groups to learn more about vertebrates. Then, we presented our information to the class. More)
Ranger Jen
All of fourth grade was lucky to have a visit from Ranger Jen from Tonto National Monument! Here's what we learned. (More)
Dancing Raisins
Did you know raisins can dance? Well, it turns out some actually can! Today we did the Dancing Raisins Experiment. The materials that we used were a cup, raisins, and Shasta Twist. The steps that we took were pour the Shasta Twist soda in the cup. (More)
Gummy Bear Science
We started off science this year working on observation and inferences. We are also learning to think like scientists and take lot's of notes in our science journals. More)
Some of what we learned from our reading this week. Earthquakes happen everyday somewhere in the world. Earthquakes are caused when tectonic plates move. Some earthquakes can destroy houses, bridges, and buildings. Most earthquakes last (More)
Our Newly Planted School Garden
Plant Time Today we learned how to plant a seed the proper way. Destiny and I are partners. I planted three types of seeds, radishes, marigolds, and sunflower seeds. Destiny and I  had lots of fun. I got really messy with the soil, but at the same t (More)
Our Penguins Arrived!
Well, not actual penguins, but our postcards arrived via snail mail all the way from Antartica! We didn't get a chance to blog about it, but we actually talked with scientist at the south pole through Skype! It was amazing! They answered our question (More)
Cactus Adventures with Longwood Gardens
Today we had a video conference with  Longwood Gardens  in Pennsylvania. We learned about cactus and different parts of a plant. (More)
Our Journey to the Underwater Caves in The Bahamas!
This time, we did go on an actual field trip! We piled in the big black school buses (yep, we took the special high school buses!) and headed to the Mesa Arts Center. [caption id="attachment_2570" align (More)
Meeting the Komodo Dragon
Our class was once again wowed with the information we learned during our Skype with #GEOshow! This time, we were introduced to the Komodo dragon at the Komodo National Park in Indonesi (More)
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