Saving America's Wolves
Read this Scholastic Magazine article about Saving America’s Wolves.
Make a copy of this Information Text Response form to capture your thoughts about the article.
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Understanding Integer Exponents
Understanding Integer Exponents: Applying Properties of Negative Exponents
How could wolves affect rivers?
Think about this for a minute. Would wolves have a positive, negative, or neutral effect on rivers? Why? Then watch this fascinating video about trophic cascades and the effect the reintroduction of wolves have on the Yellowstone National Park ecosystem.
Learn about wolf behavior with the help of the International Wolf Center’s live-streaming webcams!
More to Learn
There is so much more to learn about wolves. Spend some time exploring the International Wolf Center’s website.
P.E. Choice Board
Directions: Do these alone or grab a family member to do your exercises with you. Start with the middle square and then make one other choice each day this week.
Wolf Social Media
Design your own social media post in support of wolves. You can make a meme, a gif, an Instagram post, a tweet, etc. Watch this tutorial on how to draw a wolf howling.
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Headed to High School
Today's ActivitiesHow Do You Feel About Starting High School? Nervous? Excited? Unsure? Write a short response to reflect on. Write about these: 3 Things you have heard about high school and are wondering if they are, in fact, true. 2 Goals or aspirations you have for...
Today's Activities Reflect on this image. Talk to another person and share thoughts with each other. Write your responses.Video: Will Smith's Thoughts on Failure Respond to this video. Do you agree or disagree with Will Smith? Explain what experience(s) in your life...
Today's Activities'The Present' is a short 4 minute animation created by Jacob Frey. What is your overall response to the short film? Rewatch the film and pause at 2:35. Use at least 5 adjectives to describe the boy during this part of the film. Rewatch the...