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Bats, Bats, Everywhere!

posted Nov 2, 2014, 5:58 AM by Alexandra Arcuri   [ updated Nov 2, 2014, 5:58 AM by Ameila Giordano ]
This week we talked a lot about bats! We started by looking at a bat and breaking down all of its body parts. From its wings, to its ears, claws, feet, nose and eyes. We labeled a bat in our science journals in class. We wrote about its habitat,where they live, what there bodies are covered in, and finally what they eat. We created our own bats that hung upside down in the classroom because that's right side up for a bat! Finally, we watched a short film about bats. All different kinds of bats! Tiny bats called bubble bee bats and Giant bats called Flying foxes. We also decided that we are glad that Flying foxes live in Australia! 
We finished are unit on numbers 0-20 this week. Please continue to practice all of these numbers at home.
We talked about friendship,kindness and how God wanted us to take care of each other, our animal friends and the earth. All of his creations. 
Finally, we talked a lot about Halloween and celebrated with our parade and party. 

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Ameila Giordano,
Nov 2, 2014, 6:28 AM
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