by Winds (+0
December 6, 2006: Migration Day 63
out of the south in Pike County, Georgia mean that
a trip to the next
would take about four hours.
No go. But it looks good for a fly day tomorrow!
Yesterday tail winds helped the birds skip right
over a stop and and reach the next. What message do Mrs.
Black's craniacs send today? And what special
happen at their school tomorrow?
Journal Question: Compare progress today with the cranes
6, 2005 and Dec.
(a) Write a statement that compares
(b-for-Bonus) Predict the date for the 2006 border crossing into
Florida! What did you
consider when making your prediction?
Migration Math: After
yesterday's amazing flight, Mrs. Black's
class wrote 1454 kms. flown and 522
kms. left to go. What is the distance
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story pages have been updated with new notes or
photos. Has yours?
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