Welcome :) Follow my blog as I explore the mammals of Nova Scotia!
posted by Ms. Smith @ 9:44 PM
Hi Ms. Smith. This is an awesome way to learn about real world science. Can you ask the scientists with whom you are working about the kinds of writing that is required in their world? Thanks. Have a great Day 4. -Mrs. B.
sweet pics!Ryan M
Thanks for listing the names. Was the group around the table (when you gave us a tour) the same group that was having the meeting when you came to Skype us? I can't believe that you actually have 10 gallons of ice cream! Yuma must reeeeaaaallllly like his ice cream. Hasta luego.David S
Hey Abuela,Those are some great pictures!I miss you SOOSOSOO much!If you got attacked by a bear, what would you do? That would probably be really scary, especially if the bear's hungry.Ok, byebye Abuela!-Marie :)
Hi Ms Smith! I just came on the computer to fill out my packet. then I realized that I had already done the packet, so I decided to post something since I was already on. And here it is. Bye! :PDavid S
Hi Ms. Smith,It looks like you've done a lot of research.I was wondering what the yellow and white colors on those rocks were?Okay, Byebye.Jack G
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