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Monday, March 27, 2006

Whale sounds

this is an audio post - click to play

These are whale sounds that were recorded by a friend of Ron's in Sitka, Alaska.


At March 28, 2006, Anonymous Mary Sheridan said...

kelby has written a whale poem. He is a student at Tussing elementary.

I'm the Tussing Whale
I'm really long
Won't you sit down and hear my wonderful song
I'm not cotton or wool
I'm just a whale representing my school

At March 28, 2006, Blogger Mrs. Newton said...

What a wonderful poem! Does it have a title?

I am going to print your poem and add it to the whale that your school sent to us.

I hope that you have inspired my students to also write some ocean poems. Thank you so much for the poem and the whale.


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