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Goats Galore at St. Anne Catholic Elementary School

Gillis (left) and Cameron O’Daiskey, FDK student at St. Anne Catholic School in Hanmer, proudly holds her young goat kid for all of the students in your class to pet. The French Immersion students were excited to have a visit from the young “chèvre” (goat).

April 15, 2013 - The Full Day Kindergarten classes at St. Anne Catholic Elementary School in Hanmer got a great surprise on a regular Wednesday afternoon. Cameron O’Daiskey, FDK French Immersion student, brought her new goats to her class for her inquiry . Her fellow students were thrilled to touch and asked many questions about her new friends. How big will they get? Why is one brown and one black if they are siblings? What wonderful inquiry questions! The Kindergarten staff at St. Anne Catholic School strives to provide real world experiences to their early learners. By providing the students with these opportunities to learn, the students tap into their higher order thinking skills all while exploring the world around them.



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