We used the computers to make shape people.
We learned to cooperate. When we cooperate we get our work done faster and we don't leave any body out. We work as a group together.
Today's wonder comes to us from Mrs. Caplin's class. Have you ever wondered about counting with letters? V, VI, VII, VIII, VIIII, X Do you know what numbers these are?
This weeks wonder comes to you from Hilton Head Island. This morning my family and I went for a walk on the beach at low tide and the beach was so big! This evening we went for a walk again at high tide and
we were surprised to see how little the beach was! This made me wonder about the tide.
This weeks wonder-
What makes the tide go in and out?
How do they make fried ice cream? This weeks wonder comes to us from Ryder!
Thank you Ryder for sharing your wonder! Boys and girls if you have a wonder you'd like to see on Weekly Wonder email the picture and your wonder.
Why are some bricks different colors?
This weeks weekly wonder comes to us from Mrs. Wideen's friends. Please leave your thoughts below and check back later to see what others are saying! Last weeks conversation was AMAZING!
Thank you @wonderphilips for pointing out the great connection our wonder and the wonder on week 2 of Camp Wonder-A- Lot http://wonderopolis.org/camp/. Friends you will love this link-especially Alex!
Here's our 2nd Weekly Wonder! Lydia is going to LOVE this one!
Weekly Wonder #2
Are there still wild horses?
I was visiting Mrs. Caplin's blog and found a GREAT IDEA, WEEKLY WONDERS-
Each week I will post a wonder made by Mrs. Caplin's 5th graders and ask you, our twitter friends, Mrs. Caplin's 5th graders and the world to join us! Visit our blog each week to wonder and learn together.Make a comment, share your brainstorms and stop back by in a few days to read the comments and comment again! Your thinking and the conversation will grow!
I am wondering what you’ll say today and tomorrow and next week!
Weekly Wonder #1
Do cats really have nines lives?
Thank you Mrs. Caplin's class for the GREAT idea!
The ideas shared in our blog are inspired by our first grade class in Central Ohio. We are guided by Mrs. Frazier. We love to explore, discover and share with our world! We would love it if you took a minute to comment on what we are sharing!
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