Room 18’s First Blog Post!
Room 18 has been working hard during the month of September.
We learned about the differences between habitat, community, population and shelter.
We read the book “The Lorax” by Dr. Seuss. The book is about nature, and we will explain to you how people destroy it. “The Lorax” is similar to reality, because people cut down trees and try to make money out of it. People can destroy the environment because they are greedy, just like the Once-ler in the book.
As we are destroying some habitats; many animals are becoming endangered or extinct. We discussed ways of helping animals and their environment. To bring back animals we have to take care of them and their habitats and stop killing them. We learned about food chains and food webs.
We researched by watching videos. We went for walks around our neighbourhood and discussed natural and human changes. We chose a tree and we drew a picture of it. We will do the same every season to see those natural changes happening. We built shelters by using different materials, such as paper, cardboard, glue sticks, pencil crayons, markers, Popsicle sticks, tape, straws and so much more and presented them to our classmates.
We talked about ways we can help the Earth by not littering, by planting more trees, and by recycling. We must recycle in the right bins, the blue ones! We must save the trees, because they help us breathe by making oxygen.
Thank you for reading the work we are doing. Please help Room 18 spread the word everywhere to be kind to our “Earth.” We are world savers.
“The Lorax” speaks for the trees, Room 18 SPEAKS FOR THE EARTH!