Sunday, March 22, 2009

How we feed birds in winter.


Wm Chamberlain said...

Nice video. When I was growing up (in Southwestern Missouri, USA) I would sit in front of the picture window and watch hundreds of birds come to eat seeds my father put out. He would put suet (fat from meat) out for the woodpeckers to eat. It was a beautiful sight seeing all the colorful birds eating in the snow covered pine trees.
Mr. C

NZWaikato said...

Hi my name is Jamie from New Zealand. On the 23rd of March we played a game called greedy pig the rules are...
1: A person roles a dice.
2: Students can bank the number and keep the score or add numbers for each roll.
3: If the person roles a dice, rolls a '2' then the players who haven't banked lose their points.
3: You play once for every letter of 'Greedy Pig' and the winner has the most points at the end.
Jamie, Room 8, Melville Intermediate, Hamilton, New Zealand

NZWaikato said...

hi my name is meighan the work i have done is reading in my reading grup we rae reading Finding China
my grup is 3 Finding China is all about a girl called Natlie she was born in Dunedin but her parents were born in china Natalie is a 11years old and she gose Bilingual school. We were wondering what languages other than Russian and English that your students speak or if you go to school on Saturadays in Russia.
Meighan, R8, Melville Intermediate, Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand.

Pam said...

This is a great video. Was this made right outside your classroom window? I have a squirrel feeder, but I don't think I am going to feed them this summer. You see this winter, they ate through the wood of my house and got into the attic. Now I am trying to get them out!

Pam said...

We would love to make connections with other schools and think one way to do that would be to list our favorite blogs on our blogroll. We have listed you and ask that you consider listing us as a blog you follow. Thank you.

Larisa Tarasevich said...

The first answer is for Jamie.
Students in most schools in Russia go to school on Saturdays. However,it depends on the choice of each school.
In most schools students study English, German, French and Spanish.
Greedy pig seems to be really an interesting game!
Mrs. Tarasevich

Larisa Tarasevich said...

Hi Pam,
I'll put your blog to the list. We will visit it after spring holidays.

Pam said...

It does not snow here. My name is Alex and I am from Texas. I like your blog.

Little Voices, Little Scholars. said...

13We have lots of birds coming to our garden when we are having lunch there. we usually give them some bread from our sandwiches.
Your video is cool.

Mrs She

Linda Yollis said...

This is a great video! What kinds of birds are they?
We have a small bird called a phoebe that lives in our backyard. He perches on a tree, then swoops down and catches insects in flight! He’s fun to watch!

I am a third grade teacher from California, USA, and I found your blog through Pam’s blog at CO-Connections! We have added both of your blogs to our blog and look forward to following your learning. We would love to be added to your blog roll.

Keep up the good work!

Mrs. Yollis