hi! I found tamarack west biggest acorn! – By Manus
Today started like any day it was really windy so knowing some small twigs were most likely to fall on us but nothing big me Olivia and Xavier started to make a pile of unusually soft pine needles at first it was the size of the a dog bed but eventually it was getting bigger until more people started to see what we were doing so they started to make there own side places we made little houses i had a guest room my room and a flight deck for example we called it the tree of life and every animal lived up there!!!!! By Chloe
Highlights from our day:
Kai – I enjoyed dissecting the salmon and finding the different parts. I was very interesting, especially the air bladder and how important it was to the fish.
Jasper – My highlight for the day is that I liked to see the salmon run.
Olivia – I liked saving the eggs from the salmon. We buried them in the water. I also liked seeing the salmon run.
Xavier – It was interesting how the ducks ate the salmon eggs. I didn’t think they would.
Manus – I enjoyed dissecting the salmon and also seeing all the eggs and trying to save them. Eventually I fed them to the Mallards because I knew they could not live past the first stage because they could only live in gravel.
Theo – Playing cops and Robbers with Raz and Henry and Miles.
Miles – Dissecting the salmon, seeing the eggs, saving the eggs, and seeing the blood.
Astara – My highlight is seeing the salmon run and opening up the salmon and found the heart inside the salmon.
Henry – Playing cops and robbers with my friends.
Rowan – Seeing the eggs inside the fish.
Raz – Playing a story game with Henry.
Chloe – I think that seeing the salmon insides and knowing how they help the fish survive and grow is really important in helping us learn about them but all good things come to a end as the eggs got eaten by mallards.
your little change macs a big difrence
Written by Theo and Kai
The snow face challenge is only for the brave of heart. Just as it looks in the pictures, to do the snow face challenge you have to put your entire face into the snow! Tamrack students are up for the challenge! Most students actually did it multiple times!
Such a beautiful log for everyone to enjoy a snack on.