Link's third grade class we studied about whales during library
time and in our classroom. Then, working in groups we all
participated in different whale themed activities. Below are
some samples of our work. We enjoyed learning about whales and
looking at all the other wonderful projects on the whale tales
vacation I went whale watching out in Montauk, Long Island with
my family. This is what I saw, heard, flet, touched and tasted.I
saw whales, a blue whale and a right whale. I heard waves
crashing against the boat. I felt rocking from side to side. I
even got to touch a blue whale! I also tasted the sea water when
the waves crashed so hard the water went in to the boat. That is
what I did when I went whale watching.
by Nick S.
W hales are endangered species.
H alf of them are left.
A bout 26,000 of them are
L arge gray whales
E xtinct whales will be gone
S hallow water feeders.
By Brandon M.
learned that some whales are endangered. Also there are serious
threats to the North Atlantic Right Whales by the ship’s fishing
gear. It’s distinctive characteristics include a strongly bowed
jaw, absence of a dorsal fin, and squared off, paddle-like