- — Rob Ridley (@RangerRidley)Mon, Apr 28 2014 18:19:51@FynesKs Centipedes legs on 1st segment are for eating -others (1 pair per segment as opposed to millipedes that have more) for moving quick
- — wander4wonder (@wander4wonder1)Tue, Apr 29 2014 16:14:22@FynesKs 17 think they are centipedes because they have lots of legs. 9 think they are caterpillars because they are small.
- — wander4wonder (@wander4wonder1)Tue, Apr 29 2014 16:12:59@FynesKs They're not snails because there's no shell. 6 think they are worms bc they can't see legs and they wiggle.
- — wander4wonder (@wander4wonder1)Wed, Apr 30 2014 00:20:24
- My students loved the way Ms. Duric's class captured the growth of their "visitors" so graphically. I printed this picture and we hung it along with our documentation such as the collage above.
- — Beyond 4walls (@FynesKs)Tue, May 06 2014 15:20:38Today, as many days, I look 4ward to FDK. It is difficult 2 tidy & go home when we're so full of discovery spirit! Ss #lookclosely, reflect
Our Kindergarten team received a mysterious package one day after school in April. We inspected it, prepared the necessary food and habitat for our "visitors", and introduced them to our students. The wonder that followed was inspiring, especially the ownership students showed over their learning.
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