What happened today?

Science Alive
November 23, 2010, 10:44 pm
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We are so blessed to have an awesome PTO in Goodrich. Our PTO works very hard to bring amazing programs to our school each year! This is my FAVORITE thing we do every year! I am an animal lover, and most students are, too. The people at Science Alive do an incredible job with the animals and the students. The presenters are so patient and knowledgeable. My students learn so much from them each time they visit our school.  We are impressed with the Science Alive team because they keep records on what animals we have seen and ones we have not, so it is never a repeat.

Thank you so much PTO for bringing this amazing program to us every year! We love it!!! We want to thank all of the parents that support the PTO. Without your generous support we would not have the opportunity to view such amazing things in our classroom! It is very cool!

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I’m putting together a list of the top 100 classroom blogs, and I was wondering if I could ask you a few questions to include more information in my article. Please e-mail me at alexisbrett@gmail.com and include the title of your blog in the e-mail, thanks!

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Now this looks like fun! You are lucky to have access to such a great experience.

Comment by ktenkely

[…] What Happened Today? –  ”This is my third year of blogging,” writes Kelly Alford, a 3rd grade Elementary School teacher in Goodrich, Michigan. “It started out with the reading response blog that we have, then I started our class blog that you have seen, last year we blogged with other schools about the rainforest, and this year I started the student blog pages.” Recommended posts: “The Principal’s New Clothes: A Lesson in realtionships and Measurement” and “Science Alive.” […]

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