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Madagascar by Amritpal Singh

GEOGRAPHY Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world. Animals that live in Madagascar live no where else in the world. Madagascar broke away from Africa 165 million years ago. Madagascar used to be apart of Africa. There is red water in Madagascar. People in Madagascar are called Malagasy. Malagasy eat shrimp,birds,and more. Madagascar […]

Studying Antigone – A fifth grade documentary film in progress

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How does technology positively & negatively affect the Amazon Rainforest?

Give three examples of how technology has negatively affected the Amazon Rainforest. Give three examples of how technology has positively affected the Amazon Rainforest. What more can be done to help save the rainforest using or not using (curtailing) technology? LESSON PLAN

Drawing the South African Flag Using Paintbrush

First download a jpeg of the South African flag into your South Africa folder in your name folder Second, drag that file onto the Paintbrush icon in your dock to open it up in Paintbrush Choose black and choose the line tool Start your flag by drawing a triangle starting ONE THIRD down the left […]

Keshon Blackman 4-310- George Washington Research

George Washington was born February 22, 1732. He got older and became a volunteer for the militia army. George Washington was so brave in the militia army.  He then became the commander in chief  of the US Army, which was even more brave. He lead the American Soldiers to victory in  the Revolutionary War. After […]

The Sahara Desert By Randy Ramkarran 3-201

The Sahara Desert is full of sand! The only animals that can survive in there is Camels. Also it is huge! You can fit the whole United States in it. The Sahara is in Morocco.The Sahara Desert’s color is tan. The climate is hot. The Sahara Desert grow trees.

Portuguese Food by Stacey Germain 4-309

In Portugal they eat some fresh good food. For example they eat fish like we do in America. They also eat some kind of chicken and they give it a special name like we sometimes do. That is what they probably do in Portugal like we do in America. Thank you for listening!!

Morocco’s Holidays By Khushpreet Kaur 3-201

Eid ul–Fitr is a Muslim holiday that marks the end of Ramadam. The Islamic holy month of fasting. Eid is an Arabic word meaning festival. People kill goats to eat them.They cut the goat into 3 equal parts. The family that has cut a goat into 3 equal parts eat a 1 equal part together. They […]

Geography of Morocco Part One by Class 3-205 & Mr. Jump

Morocco has a coastline that is in both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. One side of Morocco is bordering water and the other side of Morocco is bordering the Western Sahara Desert.

Portuguese Cuisine by Steward Cantave 4-302

 Portuguese cuisine making it very different from The nearby Mediterranean countries many herbs and spices such as pepper, saffron ginger and carianjer were introduced into Europe by Portuguese the as were coffee, pineapples, potatoes and rice amongst other ingredients. Portuguese recipes are characterized by their use of a wide variety of spice for example piri-piri […]

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