To show what they remember about whooping cranes and their migration, each child records a fact on a crane illustration. Our flock continues to grow and decorates our classroom windows. Here are some facts the kids have learned:
The ultralight can't fly in stormy weather.
Only two whoopers have mommies to take them where they're supposed to go.
Robo-crane is a robotic crane that can spit out treats and make a sound that tells the cranes it's safe.
Whooping cranes cool off by spreading their legs and toes when they fly.