Wednesday, February 20, 2013

South America and Rainforest Facts


  1. Mary Solis (Sophia's mom)February 20, 2013 at 5:40 PM

    Thank you Room F for all the interesting facts about the rain forest! I learned some new information, especially about the brightly colored animals. I don't know if we'll ever get there in person but if we do, we'll be sure to be careful! We like to visit the rain forest exhibits at places like the Huntington and now we will know so much more thanks to all of you. Happy travels!
    --Sophia's mom, Mary

  2. Tim (Dad of Allierose)February 20, 2013 at 8:52 PM

    Thank you for telling me so many great things about South America. I didn't know it was the fourth largest continent in the world. Wow! And that the largest river in the world is there and it is called the Amazon, that's amazing. Next time I go there I will know to tell the airplane pilot which continent to land on, that it is the fourth largest one down there, the one with the biggest river - just kidding, I won't have to tell him that because he has GPS! But just in case his GPS didn't work, maybe I could save the day.

  3. Dear Mrs.Levy,

    I adore your blog!
    Those kids are so little and cute.
    I love your South american
    facts. Your facts are so cute.
    My class is learning about Rain Forests

    Your Friend,

  4. Dear Mrs. Levy,

    Here are some facts about rainforests:

    1) Rainforests are forest that have a lot of rain.

    2) Over 25% of medicines came from rainforests.

    3) Rainforests used to over 14% of the Earth's surface, but now only cover 6%.

    4) Tropical rainforests are mostly found near the equator (Asia, Africa, Central America and the Pacific Islands).

    Your old student, Rain

  5. Wow Rain, thanks for the amazing facts about the rainforest.

    What are you learning about in 3rd grade?

    Your Old Teacher,
    Mrs. Levy