Research Projects are Learning Tools for Others

Everett 2nd and 3rd grade Gifted and Talented students presented their research findings on Australia to classes and visitors.  Projects ranged from the country’s unique landscape areas to its wildlife to the culture.  Guests were given facts sheets and questions to fill out from the students’ presentations. 

  Lilly Boudrie points out the characteristics of alligators and jerboas to Julie Dyck (left) and Jennifer Frieson.

Lilly Boudrie points out the characteristics of alligators and jerboas to Julie Dyck (left) and Jennifer Frieson.

  Gavyn Jackson (foreground) and Carter Jackson (background) help Landon Larocca and Rylee Adams fill out their questionnaire sheets on the geographical areas of Australia.

Gavyn Jackson (foreground) and Carter Jackson (background) help Landon Larocca and Rylee Adams fill out their questionnaire sheets on the geographical areas of Australia.

  Andy Long holds up a measuring stick to give a visual effect of how tall an emu is with the help of Jack Kirk (left).

Andy Long holds up a measuring stick to give a visual effect of how tall an emu is with the help of Jack Kirk (left).

  Rhett Bestul comfortably talked about what he had learned about The Great Barrier Reef in Australia to Caleb Echols (left) and J. T. Franklin (center).

Rhett Bestul comfortably talked about what he had learned about The Great Barrier Reef in Australia to Caleb Echols (left) and J. T. Franklin (center).

Going Green for Aiden this Friday

Remembering the Elderly at Easter