The 4th graders will be skyping with a ranger from the Buffalo Bill Center of the West on May 15. We will be learning about "Amazing Animal Adaptations."
We will be choosing an animal native to our area to research and then draw a picture of that animal in its habitat.
Tricking the Tallyman
Population. Why is it important to know the population of a particular area? What can we learn and how can we represent the people of a particular area based on its population?
We are learning about the United States census and what it is used for. Link here to view our Smore about this topic.
Where do some of our words come from?
If you would like to learn more about Greek Mythology, go to this link.
Immigration in New York State, Immigrant Workers, and Child Labor
Life in the Colonies
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They traveled over the ocean to a new land, hoping to find both the freedom to live the way they wanted to and a place to put down roots. The first colonists were brave and sturdy.
But this new life was not an easy one. Many colonists died the first year and others were plagued with illness and starvation. On top of that, the conditions were a bit unpleasant. Let's research how dreadful and smelly the colonies actually were.
We will also read the diary of a young girl who made this journey with her family and describes the conditions she and the other colonists faced.