Private Eye since I intend to keep learning forever. . He wanted to say something but I wouldn't give him a mouth. They are eager to read their work during our writing shares and their work is enthusiastically appreciated by their peers. I had them sort shapes I had cut out of wallpaper, some of it textured. An analogy might be letting all of the monkeys out of their cages to run about and be playful! We pair up the students and they work together. What does it remind you of?
Joan fiset Writer, teacher, counselor Seattle, WA The distant mountains are reflected in the eye of the dragonfly. It was a study skills class, and since it was the last day of the term, they were welcome to study for a test or finish back work if they needed. . I would make it from polished pink chintz with a double-dust ruffle, one layer of chintz and over it a layer of pink dotted swiss. One of the kids asked, "Can we use our loupes?" Then, I had 3 students draw what they had seen. Lichens are great bioindicators and I can see leapfrogging with the students and their loupes to another fascinating group of bioindicatorsthe aquatic macroinvertebrates (insects that live in the water) of the Mattole River. The Private Eye Project a Premier Example of How All Paths Converge For the past decade I have used the Private Eye 5X loupes and curriculum with my students both in the capacity of an art specialist in the elementary schools and as a teacher. What was really exciting was watching some of my EL students realize how easy it was to turn their list into poetry. . Swayze said the two highlights of camp are worm day and insect day. Teachers grades 7-12 were learning to operate the SEM and archive their SEM images for classroom humor essay about music concert use.