Hello, my name is Ms. Hegarty. Join me as I travel to New Orleans to study Climate Change and Caterpillars!

Thursday, August 12, 2010

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5 comments:

  1. Hello, Ms. Hegarty. I am really looking forward to learning about Climate Change and Caterpillars. This should be a fun week for both of us!

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  2. Good luck with your work. Any thoughts/theories yet? Are any of your students willing to make a food wager and challenge my theory with one of their own? My guess is that some changes in predictable dates for in the life cycles will not impact overall health of the caterpillar community. But then again, I am a historian not a scientist!

    Any student takers? We may wind up with quite a feast from our wagers.... :)

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  3. Hi Ms.Hegarty. I hope you have a great time in New Orleans and i look forward to keeping in touch! Have fun!

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  4. i love ms.hegartyyy<33 lol. i bet you dont know who this is well ill telll youu :)
    it's PATRYCIA BURLEY & ABBY ARMITAGE:) i love science with youu. :) itss sooo funn :) well im am going to go noww. byee<3

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  5. Hi Mrs. Hegarty,
    I love you too. You are the best science teacher. I hope that you find out lots about caterpillars I want to know what is the biggest factor that influences the change of a caterpillar to a chrysalis or cocoon and what determines if it is a male or female.

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