Fourth Graders Study Vermont’s Super Interesting Animals

By: Anthony Marquise

Mrs. Kane’s class and Mrs. Kamel’s class are studying Vermont Wildlife Animals.

They are studying reptiles, mammals, fish, bugs and other animals. First, Mrs. Kane’s and Mrs. Kamel’s class went to Google classroom to look up their animal and read about it.

Then they took notes about their state’s animal. Next, Mrs. Kane’s class and Mrs. Kamel’s class went to the school library and took out books about their animals to read them. Then they took notes from the books about the animals. Also, the students watched YouTube Videos about their animal.  Finally, after they get done with all the research, they will write an essay about their animal and  make a model of their animal.   In the spring of 2018, they will bring their presentation and model of their animal to the Herrick’s Cove Wildlife Festival.

Fourth Graders are doing this because the have been invited to participate in the Wildlife Festival.

Fourth Graders are looking forward to participating and presenting their project at the Wildlife Festival.