Research! Research! Research! | Beaufort County Now | Amber Bowen's second grade class at John Cotten Tayloe School has been researching birds in their reading groups.

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   Amber Bowen's second grade class at John Cotten Tayloe School has been researching birds in their reading groups. The students learned many facts about birds and had fun sharing their knowledge in artistic and creative ways. One group of students created a poster of facts and opinions about swans. The other two groups worked together to create a poster of A-Z facts about birds. They discovered the names of birds that begin with all the letters except for the letter X. The students thought it was fun to work in groups while learning more about birds!
Amber Bowen, Landon Denny, ryan Forbes, Gracie Donelson, Elizabeth ray & Devin Warren

Nick Darden, Amber Bowen, Emily Bowen & D.J. McCuller


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