Yu-Jin - GEOCITIES.ws
Transcript Yu-Jin - GEOCITIES.ws
By: Yu-Jin Cho
Ms Hasegawa, F3a
Hahaione Elementary School
We went to many field trips to create this project and to learn about the earth.
One of our parent volunteers, Ms Joon took pictures for us and made us a
classroom website. That's when this project came to mind! Everyone was very
excited to make this project.
I hope you enjoy our powerpoint!! Thank you Ms. Joon for helping with our
Creatures in the Ogo
One of our activities at HIMB was finding
creatures that are in the Gorilla Ogo. It is a
fun job because you never know what you
might find like digging for treasure. Except
that the treasure is small sea creatures.
Our class found some brittle stars and a
noudlebrak. A brittle star is like a star fish
but the brittle star has thin arms and legs
and the arms and legs are spiny.
But the noudlebrak is not what you see in
everyday life. It is like a slug because it has
a wormy body and is pink and soft.
The noudlebrak is not hard to find on the
Ogo, since the Ogo is green and the
noudlebrak is pink. But is found on/in the
Ogo. While the brittle stars are hard to find
but it is usually found on the Ogo.
Those were the creatures our class found.
Whats gonna be next?
“If we helped the environment would it make a difference? If we didn't would it
worsen?” Those were the running back and forth in my head on our NOAA field
trips. I thought and thought until I got it.
My answer is the environment will change if everybody helps because if only
one helps not much happens. But if we do it together we can accomplish helping
the environment by planting tees and plants.
But if we didn't help at all, nothing will improve and everything will worsen and
the air will be black and dusty and there won't and there won't be much trees so
we won't be able to breathe very well.
That is what I think is going to be next step for the environment.
Healthy Coral Reefs
This is a picture of a healthy
coral reef. You can tell because
the coral is brightly colored and
because there are many fish.
Today, we don't see many of this
kind. We don't see it much
because of global warming, litter,
and bleaching. Also because
these reefs are very sensitive.
You touch it, it dies. Creepy,
Instead of these beautiful coral
reefs we have white coral, few
fish, and really dirty water in
This is what happens with
Doing this program was
very fun and exciting
because it was a new
experience for me. I
enjoyed it very very much.
• Thank you Ms Hasegawa!
Mahalo for your
time and attention
and remember to
keep our ocean
Malama I Ka Aina