Carver/Century Kindergarten Students Head Under The Sea

May 29, 2008


The kindergarten class at Carver/Century K-8 school recently took a magical reading adventure in an ocean bubble to conclude a week of ocean adventures.

They students learned about lots of ocean creatures and where they live. The students even created ocean animals to put in their ocean bubble. The students enjoyed creating fish, turtles, a killer whale, jellyfish, a shark, a seal, an octopus, seaweed and few other ocean creatures.

Mrs. Foster’s first grade class helped the kindergarten students create the animals.

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