This page has been added to spotlight both the research process that the students worked through as well as some of their final products. One of my favorite aspects of this project has been the variety of subject areas that the students have chosen to research. Each topic came from the student's individual inquiry.





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We sent Brooke's Diary of a Jellyfish to Doreen Cronin's editor at HarperCollins Children's Publishers. Brooke was very proud of her final product and she learned a lot about jellyfish, too!

Cameron learned about trees and wrote an ABC book about them. Here are a few sample pages from her book:

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Jessica had questions about allergies and even wrote songs about what she learned!

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Regan wanted to know more about the cookie cutter shark.

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Spencer wanted to know more about the positive and negative effects of playing video games.