For many students, it was their first time snowshoeing; for others, it was a great returning experience. During the 2-hour trek on the scenic trails, students also had an opportunity to learn about alpine safety, danger signs of hypothermia, Grouse Mountain's hibernating grizzly bears, and much more. It was a beautiful day to be exercising and enjoying the great outdoors.
1.) MATH 6: Scaled diagrams are due tomorrow
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2.) SCIENCE: Bring your science project to school tomorrow for feedback. It should be almost finished.
3.) WRITE A RESPONSE: During the snowshoeing tour, our knowledgeable tour guide described many aspects of snowshoeing safety, hypothermia, Grouse Mountain's water source, and plants/animals native to the Grouse Mountain habitat.
- A) Write at least 3 sentences describing specific facts that you learned from the tour guide during our snowshoeing tour today.
- B) If you did not come snowshoeing or are unable to complete part A, you can ask questions to 3 students who completed part A.
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