Fish Story

Grade 1

The Kindergarten and Grade 1 scientists in Mrs. Boxma’s class are investigating fish. They have generated many questions and are busy searching for answers. They are extending their knowledge by carefully observing the fish that live in their classroom aquarium and by researching in depth the lives and habits of one particular species. So far they have discovered that fish have bones, blood and scales. They figured this out when they cooked and ate some jackfish as part of their research study. These students are helping others develop some important understandings about many aquatic creatures.

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