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Group 2 fieldtrips
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Group 2 fieldtrips
Group 2 fieldtrips
Group 2 fieldtrips
Group 2 fieldtrips
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Group 2 fieldtrips
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  • 1. Field Trips By: Ty G, Erika J, Allison B, and Sam D
  • 2. Different field trips <ul><li>Blowing Rock </li></ul><ul><li>Busch Gardens/ Norfolk </li></ul><ul><li>Fujisan </li></ul><ul><li>Carrboro Arts Center </li></ul>
  • 3. Blowing Rock On this field trip we went on a high ropes course. We were in the mountains of North Carolina. These were the high ropes course to get us to face our fears.
  • 4. Norfolk In Norfolk Virginia, we went on an educational schooner where we learned how to tie knots, how to steer the boat, and how to tell about the weather.
  • 5. Busch Gardens/ Norfolk On a sailboat On the educational schooner
  • 6. Pagoda Garden At the Pagoda Gardens, we drew pictures and wrote poems about the nature that we saw including the Koi fish, lily pads, and a waterfall. The people were really nice to us (they gave us chocolate chip cookies, and ice cream).
  • 7. Busch Gardens This is the tallest and fastest ride in the park. This feels like your stomach is going in your throat, but it was awesome The Griffon
  • 8. Fujisan Japanese Restaurant At Fujisan, we learned how to eat with chopsticks and learned about how to eat in the Japanese ways.
  • 9. Carrboro Arts Center Here, we watched a traditional Chinese dance and learned about the fans and the designs on them.
  • 10. Planetarium (University of Chapel Hill) Here, we learned about how the eyes, ears, and the five senses work.
  • 11. All of the field trips <ul><li>All of our field trips that we have been on have taught us new information about the world and how everything works. </li></ul><ul><li>Busch Gardens= Physics </li></ul><ul><li>Blowing Rock= How to make paper and how to face your fears. </li></ul><ul><li>Carrboro Arts Center= Chinese dance </li></ul><ul><li>Fujisan= Japanese Culture </li></ul>

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