Division 7 websites

Websites about eyes:

https://www.kidsdiscover.com/teacherresources/the-world-through-animal-eyes/

http://slideplayer.com/slide/10808186/

http://www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?c=2+2083&aid=1596

http://www.softschools.com/facts/animals/camel_facts/38/

http://discoveryeye.org/32-facts-about-animal-eyes/

http://honesttopaws.com/animal-eyes/

http://thescienceexplorer.com/nature/12-coolest-eyes-animal-kingdom

4 responses to “Division 7 websites

  1. Brenda Papapanagiotou

    I just read the book, “An Invisible Thread Christmas Story” by Laura Schroff. this book is based on the author’s true experience wherein she meets and befriends a New York homeless boy named Maurice who is in need of help. This is the Christmas story based on the phenomenal bestseller, “An Invisible Thread”. Laura realizes that Maurice at 11 years old has never celebrated Christmas so she open her heart and home to him to show him the true meaning of Christmas: giving rather than receiving. This book inspired me because it really shows how a random act of kindness can lead to so much – it can change a life. Be prepared with tissues, this book is a tear-jerker! This book is in our library – come check it out! Mme Papapanagiotou
    http://books.simonandschuster.ca/An-Invisible-Thread-Christmas-Story/Laura-Schroff/9781481419307

  2. Nicole Phillpotts-Tse

    A book I recently read that I really enjoyed is The Martian by Andy Weir. I think it is a great book because the majority of the book is solely about the experiences of one main character and his will to survive in an environment where most would give up. It was very inspiring. I rate this book 4 stars.
    Ms. Phillpotts-Tse

  3. I have been reading a really good called “If…” by David J. Smith. It’s about scaling everything in life into fun and understandable examples for younger kids. The illustration is absolutely marvellous and beautiful! Especially the book cover. I wish there would been more detail and depth in the information. I would say this is 3 1/2 stars.

    • Brenda Papapanagiotou

      Mikael: Thank you for reviewing the book “If” on the Westridge Library blog! I am delighted that you are enjoying it and appreciate you recommending it to other students! Good constructive commentary as well about the details and depth of the information! Mme Papapanagiotou

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