Posted by: D. Rand | October 1, 2012

Fall 2012 Long Island Sound Study!

GEMS fifth graders traveled to Long Island Sound this past week to investigate what lives between the tides in our Connecticut coastline ecosystem!

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  1. Looks like you had an awesome day for your exploration of the rocky and sandy beach habitats! Wished I could have been there! Great shots Mrs. Brunette. How many crabs did the students count?

  2. I think is was like 1412 total Mrs. Wilson! I will have a more accurate count when I go in. We miss you too! Please come visit the new science labs, oh yes~ and the whole school! it is turning into such a wonderful place to discover and learn about SCIENCE!


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