Thursday, 16 October 2014

Calf and Lamb Day 2014: Calves

9 comments:

  1. Hi Room 1, we picked up your blog after Mr Webb commented on ours. Calf and Lamb day looks great. Do you only have calves and lambs or are there other animals there as well? We have a similar thing called Country Day in November where we can bring any animal but there are always some calves and lambs. We will put up some Country Day photos on our blog. Mrs B and the senior room, Dipton School

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  2. Wow! Your school will forever more interesting than my school! Cows are cool.

    -David from Mrs. Kriese's Class in Texas!

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  3. Hi i am in Mrs.Kriese's class in Texas. My name ins Erik and i love calves and lambs they are awesome i had some goats and they had babies and were so cute. visit me at http://edublogs.eanesisd.net/ef82709/.

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  4. Hi I am Jake Murray from Ms.Kriese's class in Austin Texas and I wish we had a calf and lamb day.

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  5. awesome -- sounds like animals are really cool i wish i could go to new zealand

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  6. To the students of Ms Kriese Class from Texas:
    Thanks so much for your comments, we loved the day and as a result were happy to share the footage with you, we'll be visiting you all sooner and have a great start to the year.
    Mr Webb

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  7. Hi, my name is Avery, and I am in Mrs. Kriese's class from Texas. The lambs and calf's are so cute!!! I wish we had that. I guess we could have a dog and cat day, but I don't think that would work well.

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  8. Hi, that looks amazing! We live in a big farming area and quite a lot of our students have cows and sheep. We are going to get our school council to organize a pet day.However we probably will not be allowed. You must look after your cows and sheep very well they look very healthy and clean.
    From Will and Michael a room with a view.

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