Welcome to Shrewsbury Public Schools. We invite you to explore Mrs. Cook's Grade 4 Geography Podcasts. Students were given this scenerio: The President of the U.S. will be listening to your podcasts to determine the winner of the award: "Best Midwestern/Western State to Move to or Live in". Which student do you think presented the award winning podcast?

Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Idaho


Listen to Ryan's podcast on Idaho. Would this be a state you'd want to visit?
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7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ryan, Excellent job. I never knew Idaho was such an interesting state. I never knew that Idaho has that much lumber. You spoke so clearly and used alot of expression. Great!

Emilee

8:24 AM

 
Anonymous jackie said...

Ryan,You did a terrific job in that podcast!I never knew so much stuff about Idaho like that in YellowStone National Park the world famous rock wieghs 40 tons!!
Another thing that was important was that there is only 8 inches of snow and rain in Central Idaho!Wow!!!!Well great job!


Jackie

3:33 PM

 
Anonymous sarai said...

Ryan,
I have one word to discribe all... TIMBER!
I loved all the infomation you gave in your podcast!
Fantastic job!
Sarai

7:02 PM

 
Anonymous meghan said...

Ryan~
Your podcast was great! I agree with Emilee, I never new Idaho was so interesting. Hells Canyon sounds like a fun place to go! Great job!!!
~Meghan

9:11 AM

 
Anonymous Mrs. Dlott said...

Ryan,
You did a nice job researching and presenting your podcast. I guess I will have to put Shoshone Falls on my list of places to visit. It sounds breathtaking. I have always wanted to visit Yellowstone National Park, so Idaho might be a place to go. I loved your description of the potato rows "standing in line like soldiers".
Mrs. Dlott

9:04 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Excellent job Ryan! I want to see the Shoshone Falls.
Mrs. Porter

11:42 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ryan nicejob!Now I know all about Idaho. I want to visit it after hearing your podcast.Again, awesom job!


Cassandra

2:41 PM

 

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