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100 DAYS OF SCHOOL

100 day

CRAZY HAT DAY

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 GREEN EGGS AND HAM
  
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grn eggs n ham

grn eggs n ham

CAT IN THE HAT FRUIT KABOBS

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THING 1 AND 2S

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DROP EVERYTHING AND READ

drop everythng n read

drop n read

OUR FUTURE IS SO BRIGHT WE NEED TO WEAR SHADES! 
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Casola Farms

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Making Pumpkin Pie Cups 

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 Making Cranberry Sauce

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Every fall, a magical event takes place in the animal world. Perhaps traveling over your own head right now ~the annual monarch butterfly migration to Mexico is underway. Millions of monarch butterflies who live in Canada , Mexico , and the United States are migrating to warmer climates for the winter—heading either to the Californian coast or to certain mountains in Mexico .The trip from Canada to Mexico is over 2,000 miles!

Why do the butterflies need to migrate?

Monarch butterflies know fall is here just like we do ~ they feel the chill in the air. While we adapt by putting on warmer clothes, the situation is much more dangerous for the monarchs. Temperatures below 55°F make it impossible for them to fly; temperatures below 40°F paralyze them. The monarchs originated in the tropics and can't live for long at temperatures below freezing. At the same time that the air is cooling, the nectar supply that nourishes and sustains butterflies is diminishing. To survive, the insects begin migrating in late August, September, & October, flying with the wind to reach their winter homes 

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Many monarchs begin appearing in Mexico around November 2, the Day of the Dead. Legend suggests they are the souls of ancestors, returning to participate in the festival.

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