Hello my name is Ms. Lee. Please travel with me to New Orleans to study Climate Change and Caterpillars!

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Happy Earth Day!!

Dear Students,
Thank you for your kind messages. I miss you too and hope that you are having a great week. Today is Earth Day- make a positive change for the environment and stick with it. Do you know that keeping things plugged in like your cell phone wastes electricity even when it is fully charged???
In yesterdays blog you will find an activity relating to Earth Day. Remember to answer the questions in the second blog titled:

"How do YOU Impact Climate Change?"

Enjoy the following videos and pictures from the caterpillar research I was doing today!!!

Here is a picture of me in the bayou!!! When we were out in the field I saw a cottonmouth snake peeking out from a tree stump. It is a very deadly snake and it was only 2 feet away! I screamed!


  1. wow miss you better be careful those caterpillars look so cool. Be careful i did some research that new orleans swamps has some of the most poisenous snakes!!!!

    isaac and kawai

  2. ~Karlee, Kriselta, Nomi
    Block 7;
    Team 2~
    Hi Mrs. Lee! That's very scary to be that close to a deadly snake that can kill you. We miss you! Have fun on the rest of your trip!

  3. Group 6 (Kristen, Andrea, Thomas, & Brandon) Block 1
    Defences or addaptaions help these creatures survive because they camoflauge and protect their young from any threats.