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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)
Asian Elephants and the Geo Show!
It finally happened. We were on camera visitors for our last Skype call with Brandon from Learning Around the World! It was the most exciting show yet, with so much to learn. Here are a (More)
O.R.E.O Challenge 2016
Post written by Peyton Today was THE OREO CHALLENGE!  We had to stack as many as you can before it falls over.  The average stack was 16. There were a lot of the same numbers like 15, 19, 1 (More)
Bears and Bobcats and Ringtails Oh My!
We had the chance to take a look at some very interesting artifacts from the Arizona Game and Fish. Here are some of our thoughts about our latest trip to our Makerspace. When we went to the makerspace room we saw dead animals. We felt their fur a (More)
Mystery Fruit
Do you know what this is? After looking at it and touching it, some of our thoughts were coconut, mango, or maybe an exotic fruit!? More)
Legos Mania!
The day had finally arrived! It was our turn to use the WeDo Lego kits! These are no average Lego kits, we were actually able to program them to move and make noise! Using Mrs. Moore's computer, we plugged them into a USB and started programming. Tak (More)
Straw, Bricks or Sticks?
We all know the story about the three little pigs and the big bad wolf, but have you ever read the story The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig? Well, (More)
Calling All Engineers!
This week's task, to build a toothpick and marshmallow structure that could withstand.... A Jell-O earthquake! We started the week reading Rocki (More)
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