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

North Dakota

Listen to Paul's podcast on North Dakota. Would this be a state you'd want to visit?
Click here to listen.


Anonymous jackie said...

Great jod Paul.You did amazing!I loved your music.
I also thought it was intresting was that you said"There are many exciting trails to hike and horseback.
Great job once again!


3:18 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Paul, all I guess I can say is WOW! I never knew how interesting North Dakota. You described Red River Valley so beautifully, also i found it interesting that North Dakota has very rich soil. Paul I cound'nt have did my podcsat any better than yours.


7:42 AM

Anonymous Mrs. Dlott said...

You certainly researched your state well. You included a lot of interesting information. I love to hike, so North Dakota might be a great place to visit. I think I would enjoy hiking at Turtle Mountain State Forest, but I would be a little nervous about seeing a moose up close. They are pretty big.
Mrs. Dlott

8:14 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I learned so much about North Dakota from your pod cast. I never thought it would be a place I would like to go to but now I want to go. I expecially liked the idea of Turtle Mt. Forest. It sounds like mountains I could climb. Seeing moose would be fantastic! Thank you for the great information.
Mrs. Cook

12:19 PM

Anonymous Meghan:-) said...

Your podcast was fantastic! I would love to visit North Dakota and see the Red Valley River! The only bad thing abot North Dakota is that they have cold winters!!!!! Great job!
~Meghan~ :-)

1:55 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

You made North Dakota so interesting! I never knew they had stong winds! Also the Turtle mountains sound beautiful. Great descriptive language.
~Ms. Gilrein

7:40 PM


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