Archive for the ‘Class X03’ Category

Happy Thanksgiving

November 22, 2017

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The First Thanksgiving – You Are the Historian – Online Learning Center

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Veteran’s Day…

November 3, 2017

It’s important now more than ever to know the meaning of this day and heed it’s meaning.

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Emotions Greeting Cards ~ Veteran’s Day Tribute

It’s November…..Countdown

November 3, 2017

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Fun Halloween Stuff!~~~~~

October 12, 2017

ClassX03University Halloween

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Jack O Lanterns <~~~Read about the history of Jack O Lanterns~jack-o-lantern.gif

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History of Halloween

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Halloween.com

http://www.benjerry.com/halloween/

August VACATION

August 12, 2017

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Seeee Youuuu Innn Septemberrrr…..

Calendar

July 14, 2017

Coral Reefs

Coral reefs are found only in shallow, warm water. The water temperature is usually constant year round. The reef is made up of thousands of corals.

When a coral dies, it leaves its skeleton of calcium carbonate behind. Young corals attach themselves to the old skeleton and the cycle starts again. Each new generation is built upon the remains of the previous generation.


Threats to Coral Reefs

Human Contact Touching Reefs, even slightly, can harm them. Boats and dropped anchors can cause severe damage to these fragile ecosystems. Frequent human contact kills the reefs over time.
Runoff Water Silt from eroded soil in runoff water can block sunlight. Without sunlight, photosynthesis does not occur and reefs gradually die.
Sewage Untreated or improperly treated sewage promotes the growth of algae, which harms coral reefs.
Cyanide Fishing Some fishermen stun fish by squirting cyanide, a very toxic poison, into reef areas where fish seek refuge. The poison does not kill, but disorients the fish in the coral where they hide. The fisherman then rip apart the reefs with crowbars to capture the fish. In addition, cyanide kills coral polyps and the symbiotic algae and other small organisms necessary for healthy reefs. Cyanide fishing is common in the South Pacific and Southeast Asia.
Fertilizers & Pollution Fertilizer runoff, pesticides and other chemicals can poison reefs.
Blast Fishing Shock waves from blast fishing can destroy coral reefs.

Go Green

July 6, 2017

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Earth Day Every Day

Green Classroom Ideas

Green is In…

July 6, 2017

Rain Forests

July 3, 2017

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X03 Celebrates our RainForests

July 2, 2017

Rainforest Webquest

Animals of the Rainforests Webquest

Save the Rainforest Webquest

Tropical Treasure Hunt

Rainforest Rendezvous

 

 

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