Students Celebrate 109th Birthday of The National Wildlife Refuge System

Posted by Allyson Greene at 3/16/2012 8:05:00 AM

Happy Birthday NWRS!! Students in grades 1, 3, and 5 began their week with a ‘birthday party’ honoring the 109th birthday of our National Wildlife Refuge System. Activities included: Making models of scat and tracks, coloring pages about the NWRS, bird wingspan measuring, reading what we received from our Flat Puddles Project, Pin the Feather on Puddles, and freeze dancing to our song, “Rock the Refuge”. As you can see below, our students were very happy to celebrate! bird wingspan Bird wingspan fun!Pin the Feather! Pin the Feather on Puddles!Animal Tracks Learning about Animal Tracks…Bird Wingspan Checking her work!SCAT!! Looking at scat!So proud! So proud of his work!Freeze Dancing! Freeze Dance!Dancing Sra. Bonifaz dances with her students!Wordsearch Teamwork wordsearch…So happy! He had so much fun!Mrs. Tu's Class Mrs. Tu’s class had a blast!Pin the Feather! Pin the Feather!Posing with Puddles Posing with a Puddles Sticker!SCAT!! Constructing scat!Bird Wingspan Discussion Dancing Dancing!Bird Wingspan Wow….look at his wingspan!Student Work Student work…taken by the student herself! Having Fun Having a lot of fun!Adult to Offspring Adult to offspring… Flat Puddles Flat Puddles…so cool!Coloring Coloring…