Christine Pallus’ Grade 3 class in Lenape Elementary used their Chromebooks to research how different animals work together in groups. They created posters with scientific drawings, captions, and labels explaining what the animals do and how their behaviors benefit the group. Each student also wrote informative paragraphs to accompany their posters. Animals studied included bees, ants, naked mole rats, wolves, lions, orcas, meerkats, beavers, chimpanzees, zebras and hyenas. That’s the bee's knees!
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