Note: These Challenge Questions coincide with the Spring 2004 ReportsFrom: by way of Elizabeth Howard Journey North (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Feb 09 2004 - 14:59:11 EST
First Graders at Ferrisburgh Central School have studied monarchs this year. They are very interested in seeing the pictures of them overwintering in Mexico. If 10% of the butterflies were killed by a snowstorm, that means that 90% is still alive. We added 11 million nine times and came up with the answer that there would be 99 million butterflies still alive in Mexico. We can't wait for the butterflies to come back to Ferrisburgh, Vermont. In the fall, we let some go. Hannah raised 10 that she released. Our class
Hannah, Paige, and Joshua
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