A big shout-out to everyone who posted their productive struggles! Click the button below to see my ziplining experience at the foot of the Mayon Volcano. I had a GoPro camera on my helmet.
Here is another video you might enjoy. It is Filipino children singing a Filipino love song.
Ethan Dutcher asked me about the plants and animals in the Philippines. Here is a video clip of a rooster crowing. Does it sound like "cock a doodle do?" There are also some photos of some of the plants and animals I have seen. To answer Cole's question, yes, I have enjoyed drinking delicious coconut juice and having someone cut it open and eating the soft white "meat."
And for the 5th graders, Walter visited the world's smallest volcano today! It is called Taal Volcano and it is located inside of a lake at the top of a mountain.
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I am a school librarian at Genesee Elementary School in Auburn, NY where I try to inspire students to be lifelong learners, critical thinkers and adventurers! In June, I am traveling to the Philippines with a group of amazing teachers from around the country as part of a Teachers for Global Classrooms Fellowship. I hope you'll join me on my journey!