Fourth-graders Create Blog Posts about the Eagles

These blog posts about the Duke Farms Bald Eagles were created last week by fourth-graders at the Copper Hill School in Ringoes, N.J. (Just click a post to enlarge it.)

Their teacher, Diane Cook,  was recognized by Duke Farms  and  Conserve Wildlife Foundation for winning their Eagle Cam lesson plan contest.

To learn more about her award, click here. To read more about Diane’s classes, click here.

Congratulations, Diane!

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4 Responses to Fourth-graders Create Blog Posts about the Eagles

  1. Pingback: Eagle Cam in the Classroom, Part 1: An Amazing Learning Tool | Behind the Stone Walls

  2. Pingback: Eagle Cam in the Classroom, Part 2: Diane Cook Interview | Behind the Stone Walls

  3. Diane Cook says:

    Thanks Jim and job well done 4th graders! Jim, they enjoyed looking at their photos and work in YOUR blog. They say thank you also.

  4. Pingback: Behind The Stone Walls: Duke Farms Bald Eagle Nest Update for May 1, 2015 |

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