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Article posted June 16, 2015 at 05:38 PM GMT • comment • Reads 2932

This is the last podcast of the school year. Listen to hear the highlights of our year together!





Article posted June 16, 2015 at 05:38 PM GMT • comment • Reads 2932



Article posted June 15, 2015 at 05:43 PM GMT • comment • Reads 82





The 3H Crew became Architectural History Detectives today! Watch the presentation below and you too can become an Architectural Detective!



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Article posted June 15, 2015 at 05:31 PM GMT • comment • Reads 38

Here it is, the special Indian King Tavern edition of the 3H Crew Powerful Podcast!





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Article posted June 10, 2015 at 08:56 PM GMT • comment • Reads 186

The 3H Crew "traveled back through time" to become Colonial Apprentices. Take a look at the finished projects and slide show about the day my apprentices went to the Indian King Tavern Museum!

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Article posted June 10, 2015 at 06:05 PM GMT • comment • Reads 44

This is a Colonial Apprentice Project Special Edition of the 3H Crew Powerful Podcast!





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Article posted June 5, 2015 at 08:56 PM GMT • comment • Reads 168

It is always fun to read a biography and imagine what that person's life was like. The 3H Crew took it even farther by not only reading a biography about a famous person and creating a project about their life; each student actually "became" his or her famous person and shared information about their life at our BioBash. Click on the photo below to see the 3H Crew's biography projects.

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Article posted June 4, 2015 at 05:39 PM GMT • comment • Reads 73

It's the Greenfield Hall Special Edition of the 3H Crew Powerful Podcast!





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Article posted June 4, 2015 at 04:29 PM GMT • comment • Reads 31

The 3H Crew has been learning all about the history of Haddonfield. Please check out our Google Slide Show. Be sure to play the videos to learn more about each illustration!





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Article posted June 3, 2015 at 01:10 PM GMT • comment • Reads 61

Here is the special BioBash edition of our podcast!





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Article posted May 27, 2015 at 09:01 PM GMT • comment • Reads 312

In our quest to learn more about the history of our community, the 3H Crew walked to Greenfield Hall, home of the Haddonfield Historical Society. We learned many facts about what life was like in the 1700-1800s while touring the first and second floor. The basement was filled with an amazing antique tool collection and the attic contained many old toys, sports equipment, and interesting items like a sit tub and a weasel. During the tour, each 3rd grader took a turn in "churning" butter. After the tour, we all were treated to homemade cornbread topped with our "churned" butter. The 3H Crew enjoyed a game of Red Rover on the back lawn before we headed back to school. We ended the morning by having a picnic lunch in our classroom.

































































Article posted May 27, 2015 at 09:01 PM GMT • comment • Reads 312



Article posted May 21, 2015 at 05:42 PM GMT • comment • Reads 452

It's time for another podcast from the 3H Crew! This week you will hear about how we solved mysteries with artifacts from the Historical Society and how we used the Pic Collage app to show what we know about the parts of speech!





Article posted May 21, 2015 at 05:42 PM GMT • comment • Reads 452



Article posted May 20, 2015 at 04:18 PM GMT • comment • Reads 79

Our local historical society dropped off some "mystery artifacts" and the 3H Crew got to work figuring out what these items are and what they have to do with the history of our community. Check out the Google Slide presentation they created.





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Article posted May 14, 2015 at 05:36 PM GMT • comment • Reads 403

Yes, it's true...the 3H Crew have completed another podcast, the second one this week! This episode fills you in on the field trip we took to the Edelman Planetarium at Rowan University on Monday and shares information about what we have been doing in Writer's Workshop. Enjoy!





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Article posted May 12, 2015 at 07:18 PM GMT • comment • Reads 96

Did you know that the 3H Crew celebrated Teacher's Appreciation Week? This teacher was treated royally! This podcast will tell you all about it. Also, are ready to learn a new way to multiply double digit problems? Well, you might want to grab a pencil and paper and try out lattice multiplication!





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Article posted May 7, 2015 at 01:15 PM GMT • comment • Reads 239

The 3H Crew reviewed the parts of speech by creating Pic Collages. Click on the photo below to see the finished products!

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parts of speech





Article posted May 7, 2015 at 01:15 PM GMT • comment • Reads 239



Article posted April 16, 2015 at 05:33 PM GMT • comment • Reads 640

This week's podcast tells even more about our Open House. Sit back and enjoy!





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Article posted April 15, 2015 at 10:10 PM GMT • comment • Reads 137

The 3H Crew has many special projects to share for our Open House. Click on the pictures below to see Instrument Commercials and Print Ads, the Landmark Posters, and the beautiful "I Am" poems that were inspired by a poem written by M. Scott Momaday.

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Article posted April 15, 2015 at 10:10 PM GMT • comment • Reads 137



Article posted April 13, 2015 at 05:27 PM GMT • comment • Reads 133

This is the special Open House Edition of the 3H Powerful Podcast! We hope to see you at this year's Open House.





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Article posted March 31, 2015 at 01:04 AM GMT • comment (2) • Reads 371

The 3H Crew teamed with Mrs. Bushey's 5th graders to participate in the Landmark Games. Check out our slideshow!





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Article posted March 26, 2015 at 05:38 PM GMT • comment • Reads 217

Do you know what Power Pix Walls are and why the 3H Crew has them in their room? Listen to find out! When you listen to this week's podcast, you will also find out about the book fair that is going on right now in our school.





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Article posted March 12, 2015 at 05:32 PM GMT • comment • Reads 461

It's time for another podcast! This time you will hear all about the 3H Crew's Instrument Project and how we celebrated Read Across America Week.





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Article posted March 9, 2015 at 05:36 PM GMT • comment • Reads 179

This week's podcast shares information about two of the happenings here at Tatem; The Seven Seats for the Seven Habits and the Book Drive for Mighty Writers.





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Team Tatem Tiger...this is it, the last of the clues for the Landmark Games. It is time to do your best research to figure out where in the world these landmarks are. Remember we are aloud to send each school one more yes/no question, so make it a good one!

Team 1

(1A) Abanskaya School 3 (World Explorers) Aban, Russia



1. The pearl of its kind

2. Nature made

3. Mystical place

4. Founded in 2005

5. Rocks and water

6. A paradise for photographers

The place of shamans

8. About 1000km from our town

9. It is guarded by government





(19A) Kalachinsk Grammar#1 (Dumbledore’s Army) Kalachinsk, Russia

1. The year it was created, there were the Olympics Games in London

2. The same hemisphere where the Kingdom of Lesotho is

3. Made up of 9 parts

4. 13 metres long

5. He killed his brother

6. $250,000

7. 35 degrees S.

8. The name means ‘gold’ in old Norwegian

9. The material it is made of was discovered by Eduard Simon





Team 2



(2A) Alexander Doniphan Elem (Team Baldwin) Liberty, MO-



1. Our landmark is in the western hemisphere.

2. I am a natural landmark.

3. The 1930’s earned our landmark national park status.

4. Our landmark extends over 1 mile but less than 2 miles.

5. Our landmark contains diverse species of plant life and iguanas are a common sight.

6. Our landmark can have multiple spellings.

7. Our landmark is at its best between November and March.

8. Downward fall.

9. Our landmark is located between 10 and 30 degrees south latitude.



(20A) Lafayette Regional (Team Lafayette) Franconia, NH

1. Trees Inspire me

2. I'm a great story teller

3. I have not reached my full height

4. I am near a line that splits the Earth in half

5. Donations made me possible

6. 1932 was destructive for me

7. I am in the same hemisphere as the old man of the mountain.

8. Stones from Iran make me stronger

9. 800 voices can be heard in me





Team 3



(3A) Alexander Doniphan Elem (Team Graham) Liberty, MO



1. Our landmark is between 35 and 45 degrees north latitude.

2. Our landmark is in the northern hemisphere.

3. The year 2003 was important to our landmark.

4. Our landmark consists of copper, tin, lead, zinc, arsenic, gold and silver.

5. Our landmark has had several names.

6. Our landmark had many purposes.

7. Our landmark was made in one country and shipped to another country.

8. Our landmark is also considered a symbol.

9. Overused!





(21A) Municipal Sec. School #5 (Winter Bears) Krasnoyarsk Russia

1. I am located in the same hemisphere as the host city of the Winter Olympics-2014.

2. 121°

3. My native people are very proud of me and often call me the symbol of the country.

4. I am ecologically friendly.

5. My décor depends on the days of the week.

6. I was unsurpassed from 2004 till 2010.

7. I become a media star during the festive countdown

8. Two of my namesakes have vanished.

9. I am 101 up and 5 down.



Team 4



(4A) Antona Ingolica (Team 6B) Zgornja Polskava, SLOVENIA



1. This landmark is “a black velvet”.

2. There is a festival around this landmark.

3. Its descendants are all around the world.

4. It’s in the Northern Hemisphere.

5. It was included in the Guinness Book of Records in 2004.

6. It is 7 miles from Austrian border

7. You can find this landmark between 16 and 15 East longitude.

8. It’s more than 400 years old.

9. It’s a plant.



(22A) Naches Valley Middle School (Team Paulson) Naches, WA

1. There is much more to me than meets the public eye.

2. Many people try to sneak into me, but risk being fined if caught.

3. I am made from an old calcium carbonate quarry.

4. They were moved in 1786.

5. My country invented a vicious killing machine..

6. In this place, there was a deadly cave-in

7. Starting in 1809, my caretakers organized my parts.

8. Miniscule stalactites grow on ceilings.

9. I am in the Northern Hemisphere, around 45 degrees N. Latitude.



Team 5



(5A) Barneveld School (Geography Geniuses) Barneveld, WI -

1. I am a World Heritage site located in the northern hemisphere between 30-40 degrees north.

2. You have to be barefoot to visit me.

3. Praise Apollo!

4. See my lovely stalactites and columns.

5. A city built near me in the late 2nd century BC was destroyed by an earthquake about 250 years later.

6. Soak and be healed.

7. My nickname comes from both my appearance and a story about gods drying their crop there.

8. Two years ago archaeologists discovered a part of me that is real stinky and dangerous.

9. An unhappy girl jumped in and came out a beautiful woman.



(23A) Narragansett Elem. (Mighty Mariners) Narragansett, RI

1. This landmark was manmade by kings orders and had a moat with crocodiles surrounding it.

2. The tenth century is associated with our landmark.

3. The latitude is between 10 and 20 degrees.

4. Mysteriously abandoned in the 15th century.

5. Located in the same hemisphere as the country that won the 2014 FIFA world cup.

6. The center represents a link between heaven and earth.

7. This landmark has five gates.

8. One place in this landmark was dedicated to Buddha.

9. There are 54 towers with 4 heads and 216 faces.



Team 6

(6A) Blacksburg New School (Team YY4U) Blacksburg, VA –

1. Construction on this landmark began in the early nineteenth century.

2. It is 509 feet long.

3. This landmark is less than 4 kilometers from at least two other globally recognized landmarks.



4. This landmark was damaged recently.

5. It was bombarded in both world wars.

6. There is a song named after this landmark.

7. In March 17, 1975 it became a National Historic Monument.

8. It is in the Northern hemisphere.

9. The landmark is near 50 degrees north.





(24A) Oberthur Primary (Searchers) Bull Creek, W. Australia

1. Fresh and salty

2. Everyday I go to and fro

3. 12 to 20 metres

4. 2013

5. Even NASA has seen me

6. 16 degrees latitude

7. Eastern Hemisphere

8. The moon helps me reach great heights

9. Some people may think I’m “gorge”ous



Team 7



(7A) Catalyst Charter MS (Team CCMS) Ripon, WI -

1.This landmark was constructed in the 18th century.

2.This landmark is located off the shore of the south bank of river Brahmaputra.

3. This landmark was constructed to honor Lord Shiva.

4. This landmark is located on the Itakhuri hills.

5. This landmark was constructed by Pramatta Singha.

6. This landmark is located in the Northern Hemisphere.

7. Many ancient rituals are still performed at the landmark.

8. You can find this landmark between 70 and 90 degrees east longitude.

9. This landmark is in the eastern hemisphere.



(25A) Okoboji Middle School (Okoboji-1) Milford,IA

1.The body of water that it is located near is a channel.

2. It is located above the equator about 14.000 mi.

3. It’s about 700 ft. high and 150 ft. wide

4. The golden birthday of this landmark will be in 2047.

5. It changes color on its supports.

6. It took 5 years to build.

7. It is one of the top ten longest of this type of structure.

8. It is found between 20 and 30 degrees north latitude.

9. 49,000 tons of steel were used in its construction, as well 5.38 mm galvanized steel wires



Team 8



(8A) Dawul Remote School, (Dawul Dynamos) Kununurra W. Australia

1. 19th Century type trades and shops are here.

2. A significant date is 1970.

3. The United States Hotel is here.

4. A famous mine was recreated here.

5. If you work hard and are persistent whilst there, you might find something precious.

6. This landmark is in the eastern hemisphere and shares a line of longitude with the Japanese city of Kitami.

7. 'Son et Lumiere' show.

8. This landmark is an open-air museum.

9. Ruler and coin on a high place.





(26A) Pakenham Lakeside PS (Grade 5D) Pakenham, Victoria, Australia

1. Heavier than 20 double decker buses.

2. Faced many dangerous conditions when being built

3. Completed in 1999

4. Constructed on an artificial island

5. Shaped like a sail

6. Has its own helipad

7. Located along 55’East longitude meridian

8. Just above the Tropic of Cancer

9. 3rd tallest hotel in the world



Team 9



(9A) Dr. A. Hrdlicky (Team Prima) The Czech Republic

1. Stacks of salt

2. My house is represented by the black colour in the olympic circles

3. A white necklass edges me

4. I am not alone in the world

5. Earlier you could celebrate victory at me after a long journey from Paris

6. A “Legally Blonde” loves me

7. 15th meridian, 15th parallel

8. Duneliella salina

9. 3 km2, 3 metres



(27A) Pakenham Lakeside PS (Grade 5F) Pakenham, Victoria, Australia

1. Built between 1885 and 1894

2. Over 40,000 people use this each day

3. 244 metres long

4. Part of this landmark can move up and down

5. Over 70,000 tons of concrete were used to build it

6. It is in the same hemisphere as Canada

7. Designed by Sir Horace Jones

8. Located along 0.1244 East parallel of latitude

9. Don’t get confused with London Bridge!



Team 10



(10A) Eugene Field Elem. (Team Huseman) Hannibal, MO

1. 1996

2. Bronze

3. Mr. Brown

4. Fastest in the world.

5. June 23

6. Not in the Southern Hemisphere

7. “Remind everyone to keep striving.”

8. Life-sized

9. 87.3 degrees West





(28A) School 121 (Team Zhanna) Krasnoyarsk, Russia

1. This landmark marks the center of the Depression.

2. This landmark was named in 1822.

3. There are many lakes including saltwater ones around this landmark

4. This landmark is situated 12km away from the railway.

5. Its name means "my brook" or "thousand rivers.”

6. This landmark was also a place of political exile.

7. Every year in August, “Tomato Day” is held there.

8. This landmark is in the northern hemisphere.

9. You can find this landmark between 90 and 110 degrees east longitude.

Team 11



(11A) Gale Elem. (Team Rush) Galesburg, IL

1. This landmark was made in a competition.

2. It cost 13 million dollars to make.

3. It is in the western hemisphere.

4. It was designed in 1947.

5. It weighs approximately 17,000 tons.

6. It is a symbol of American history.

7. It is the 4th most visited tourist attraction in the world.

8. Its construction started in 1963.

9. It honors Thomas Jefferson.





(29A) SS Peter &Paul Catholic School (SSPP Y5) London, UK

1. At 178m this landmark's circumference at its widest part - only two meters less than its height.

2. This landmark has many nicknames.

3. It is in the northern hemisphere

4. It is man made and only has one piece of curved glass known as the lens.

5. It came about due to an explosion.

6. It has featured in 4 films and 2 books.

7. The skeleton of a teenage Roman girl dated around AD350 was found on the site.

8. This landmark is not open to the public.

9. 51 30 52 N 00 04 49 W



Team 12

(12A) Gymnasium1 (Drap 7A) Kalachinsk, Omsk, Russia



1.55 degress north latitude

2. Northern Hemisphere

3. Gothic architecture

4. It is one of the largest castle in the world

5. East-Slavic Kremlin

6. It was built in the 9th century

7. On its territory there is a large complex

8. Residence of the President

9. It is located on a high hill



Team 13



(13A) Gymnasium1 (Selezneva 9A) Kalachinsk, Omsk, Russia

1. Southern Hemisphere

2. 25-29 degrees south latitude

3. founded in 1915

4. it's a city

5. opal

6. 22 °C

7. Absolutely no water

8. Initially in the homes was 2 windows

9. Few trees



Team 14

(14A) Gimnasium 1 (Team 6A) Kalachinsk Omskaya oblast, Russia



1.This landmark was built in the 11th century

2.You can find this landmark between 80-90 degrees east longitude

3. It is located on an area of 18 hectares

4. The height of this landmark is 25 m.

5. At the top of this sight is a temple

6. At the base of this landmark is a square with sides of 55.5 m

7. This landmark consists of stairs.

8. This landmark had astronomical significance

9. This landmark played the role of calendar





Team 15

(15A) Gimnasium 1 (Team 7B) Kalachinsk Omskaya oblast, Russia



1. This landmark was founded in 2008.

2. You can find this landmark between 60-70 degrees east longitude.

3. This landmark is in Russia.

4. It consists of 12 figures.

5. These figures are cast-iron and gold.

6. These figures helped people.

7. These figures are a symbol of kindness, tenderness and affection.

8. These figures associated with the Hermitage .

9. This landmark is associated with War.





Team 16

(16A) Gimnasium 1 (Team 11G) Kalachinsk Omskaya oblast,

1. This landmark is at 73 degrees east longitude

2. This landmark symbolizes "the union of the people"

3. This landmark was moved from its place

4. This landmark has a geometrical shape

5. This place is often visited by fiancees and brides

6. This landmark is situated in Siberia

7. It shows historical pictures

8. This landmark is a symbol of the city.

9. The height of this landmark is 7m.



Team 17

(30A) Vangash School #8 (Teddy-Bears) Krasnoyarsky krai, Russia -

1. Popular tourists’ attraction

2. About 300 000 visitors annually.

3. 47 000 hectares

4. Unique flora and fauna

5. Natural laboratory for biologists

6. “Grandfather”, “Lion’s Gate”, “Feathers”

7. It is in the center of Siberia.

8. It was founded in 1925.

9. Alpine skiing track

Team 18

(18A) Kalachinsk Grammar#1 (Funny Kids) Kalachinsk, Russia

1 .It is in the same hemisphere as Wellington.

2. It has 200 buildings.

3. A 22 minutes-record was set there.

4. A famous clairvoyant was born the same year the landmark was discovered.

5. The number of tourists is restricted.

6. Earthquakes often happen there.

7. The year it had an anniversary, there was a serious natural disaster in Japan.

8. 20 degrees S, according to the nearest 10 degrees

9. The landmark was mentioned in a film about Indiana Jones.

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Article posted February 26, 2015 at 05:33 PM GMT • comment • Reads 224

This week's episode includes information about the Landmark Games, a global competition the 3H Crew is taking part in as well as highlights from Spaghetti Bingo Night. Enjoy listening to our podcast!





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Article posted February 23, 2015 at 08:30 PM GMT • comment • Reads 232

Team Tatem Tigers...here are the week 2 clues from the Landmark Games. Try and do some research at home. The 3H Crew and 5B will be working together on Wednesday and Thursday here at school.



Team 1

(1A) Abanskaya School 3 (World Explorers) Aban, Russia



1. The pearl of its kind

2. Nature made

3. Mystical place

4. Founded in 2005

5. Rocks and water

6. A paradise for photographers



(19A) Kalachinsk Grammar#1 (Dumbledore’s Army) Kalachinsk, Russia

1. The year it was created, there were the Olympics Games in London

2. The same hemisphere where the Kingdom of Lesotho is

3. Made up of 9 parts

4. 13 metres long

5. He killed his brother

6. $250,000



Team 2



(2A) Alexander Doniphan Elem (Team Baldwin) Liberty, MO-



1. Our landmark is in the western hemisphere.

2. I am a natural landmark.

3. The 1930’s earned our landmark national park status.

4. Our landmark extends over 1 mile but less than 2 miles.

5. Our landmark contains diverse species of plant life and iguanas are a common sight.

6. Our landmark can have multiple spellings.



(20A) Lafayette Regional (Team Lafayette) Franconia, NH

1. Trees Inspire me

2. I'm a great story teller

3. I have not reached my full height

4. I am near a line that splits the Earth in half

5. Donations made me possible

6. 1932 was destructive for me



Team 3



(3A) Alexander Doniphan Elem (Team Graham) Liberty, MO



1. Our landmark is between 35 and 45 degrees north latitude.

2. Our landmark is in the northern hemisphere.

3. The year 2003 was important to our landmark.

4. Our landmark consists of copper, tin, lead, zinc, arsenic, gold and silver.

5. Our landmark has had several names.

6. Our landmark had many purposes.



(21A) Municipal Sec. School #5 (Winter Bears) Krasnoyarsk Russia

1. I am located in the same hemisphere as the host city of the Winter Olympics-2014.

2. 121°

3. My native people are very proud of me and often call me the symbol of the country.

4. I am ecologically friendly.

5. My décor depends on the days of the week.

6. I was unsurpassed from 2004 till 2010.



Team 4



(4A) Antona Ingolica (Team 6B) Zgornja Polskava, SLOVENIA



1. This landmark is “a black velvet”.

2. There is a festival around this landmark.

3. Its descendants are all around the world.

4. It’s in the Northern Hemisphere.

5. It was included in the Guinness Book of Records in 2004.

6. It is 7 miles from Austrian border



(22A) Naches Valley Middle School (Team Paulson) Naches, WA

1. There is much more to me than meets the public eye.

2. Many people try to sneak into me, but risk being fined if caught.

3. I am made from an old calcium carbonate quarry.

4. They were moved in 1786.

5. My country invented a vicious killing machine..

6. In this place, there was a deadly cave-in



Team 5



(5A) Barneveld School (Geography Geniuses) Barneveld, WI -



1. I am a World Heritage site located in the northern hemisphere between 30-40 degrees north.

2. You have to be barefoot to visit me.

3. Praise Apollo!

4. See my lovely stalactites and columns.

5. A city built near me in the late 2nd century BC was destroyed by an earthquake about 250 years later.

6. Soak and be healed.



(23A) Narragansett Elem. (Mighty Mariners) Narragansett, RI



1. This landmark was manmade by kings orders and had a moat with crocodiles surrounding it.

2. The tenth century is associated with our landmark.

3. The latitude is between 10 and 20 degrees.

4. Mysteriously abandoned in the 15th century.

5. Located in the same hemisphere as the country that won the 2014 FIFA world cup.

6. The center represents a link between heaven and earth.



Team 6



(6A) Blacksburg New School (Team YY4U) Blacksburg, VA –



1. Construction on this landmark began in the early nineteenth century.

2. It is 509 feet long.

3. This landmark is less than 4 kilometers from at least two other globally recognized landmarks.



4. This landmark was damaged recently.

5. It was bombarded in both world wars.

6. There is a song named after this landmark.





(24A) Oberthur Primary (Searchers) Bull Creek, W. Australia

1. Fresh and salty

2. Everyday I go to and fro

3. 12 to 20 metres

4. 2013

5. Even NASA has seen me

6. 16 degrees latitude



Team 7



(7A) Catalyst Charter MS (Team CCMS) Ripon, WI -

1.This landmark was constructed in the 18th century.

2.This landmark is located off the shore of the south bank of river Brahmaputra.

3. This landmark was constructed to honor Lord Shiva.

4. This landmark is located on the Itakhuri hills.

5. This landmark was constructed by Pramatta Singha.

6. This landmark is located in the Northern Hemisphere.



(25A) Okoboji Middle School (Okoboji-1) Milford,IA

1.The body of water that it is located near is a channel.

2. It is located above the equator about 14.000 mi.

3. It’s about 700 ft. high and 150 ft. wide

4. The golden birthday of this landmark will be in 2047.

5. It changes color on its supports.

6. It took 5 years to build.



Team 8



(8A) Dawul Remote School, (Dawul Dynamos) Kununurra W. Australia

1. 19th Century type trades and shops are here.

2. A significant date is 1970.

3. The United States Hotel is here.

4. A famous mine was recreated here.

5. If you work hard and are persistent whilst there, you might find something precious.

6. This landmark is in the eastern hemisphere and shares a line of longitude with the Japanese city of Kitami.



(26A) Pakenham Lakeside PS (Grade 5D) Pakenham, Victoria, Australia

1. Heavier than 20 double decker buses.

2. Faced many dangerous conditions when being built

3. Completed in 1999

4. Constructed on an artificial island

5. Shaped like a sail

6. Has its own helipad





Team 9



(9A) Dr. A. Hrdlicky (Team Prima) The Czech Republic

1. Stacks of salt

2. My house is represented by the black colour in the olympic circles

3. A white necklass edges me

4. I am not alone in the world

5. Earlier you could celebrate victory at me after a long journey from Paris

6. A “Legally Blonde” loves me



(27A) Pakenham Lakeside PS (Grade 5F) Pakenham, Victoria, Australia

1. Built between 1885 and 1894

2. Over 40,000 people use this each day

3. 244 metres long

4. Part of this landmark can move up and down

5. Over 70,000 tons of concrete were used to build it

6. It is in the same hemisphere as Canada



Team 10



(10A) Eugene Field Elem. (Team Huseman) Hannibal, MO

1. 1996

2. Bronze

3. Mr. Brown

4. Fastest in the world.

5. June 23

6. Not in the Southern Hemisphere





(28A) School 121 (Team Zhanna) Krasnoyarsk, Russia

1. This landmark marks the center of the Depression.

2. This landmark was named in 1822.

3. There are many lakes including saltwater ones around this landmark

4. This landmark is situated 12km away from the railway.

5. Its name means "my brook" or "thousand rivers.”

6. This landmark was also a place of political exile.



Team 11



(11A) Gale Elem. (Team Rush) Galesburg, IL

1. This landmark was made in a competition.

2. It cost 13 million dollars to make.

3. It is in the western hemisphere.

4. It was designed in 1947.

5. It weighs approximately 17,000 tons.

6. It is a symbol of American history.





(29A) SS Peter &Paul Catholic School (SSPP Y5) London, UK

1. At 178m this landmark's circumference at its widest part - only two meters less than its height.

2. This landmark has many nicknames.

3. It is in the northern hemisphere

4. It is man made and only has one piece of curved glass known as the lens.

5. It came about due to an explosion.

6. It has featured in 4 films and 2 books.



Team 12

(12A) Gymnasium1 (Drap 7A) Kalachinsk, Omsk, Russia



1.55 degress north latitude

2. Northern Hemisphere

3. Gothic architecture

4. It is one of the largest castle in the world

5. East-Slavic Kremlin

6. It was built in the 9th century



Team 13



(13A) Gymnasium1 (Selezneva 9A) Kalachinsk, Omsk, Russia

1. Southern Hemisphere

2. 25-29 degrees south latitude

3. founded in 1915

4. it's a city

5. opal

6. 22 °C





Team 14

(14A) Gimnasium 1 (Team 6A) Kalachinsk Omskaya oblast, Russia



1.This landmark was built in the 11th century

2.You can find this landmark between 80-90 degrees east longitude

3. It is located on an area of 18 hectares

4. The height of this landmark is 25 m.

5. At the top of this sight is a temple

6. At the base of this landmark is a square with sides of 55.5 m



Team 15

(15A) Gimnasium 1 (Team 7B) Kalachinsk Omskaya oblast, Russia



1. This landmark was founded in 2008.

2. You can find this landmark between 60-70 degrees east longitude.

3. This landmark is in Russia.

4. It consists of 12 figures.

5. These figures are cast-iron and gold.

6. These figures helped people.



Team 16

(16A) Gimnasium 1 (Team 11G) Kalachinsk Omskaya oblast,

1. This landmark is at 73 degrees east longitude

2. This landmark symbolizes "the union of the people"

3. This landmark was moved from its place

4. This landmark has a geometrical shape

5. This place is often visited by fiancees and brides

6. This landmark is situated in Siberia



Team 17

(17A) J. Fithian Tatem Elem. (Tatem Tigers) Haddonfield, NJ

1. While there, you can get lots of exercise walking.

2. For almost 100 years its families feuded.

3. Built in a leap year



(30A) Vangash School #8 (Teddy-Bears) Krasnoyarsky krai, Russia -

1. Popular tourists’ attraction

2. About 300 000 visitors annually.

3. 47 000 hectares

4. Unique flora and fauna

5. Natural laboratory for biologists

6. “Grandfather”, “Lion’s Gate”, “Feathers”





Team 18

(18A) Kalachinsk Grammar#1 (Funny Kids) Kalachinsk, Russia

1 .It is in the same hemisphere as Wellington.

2. It has 200 buildings.

3. A 22 minutes-record was set there.

4. A famous clairvoyant was born the same year the landmark was discovered.

5. The number of tourists is restricted.

6. Earthquakes often happen there.



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Team 1

(1A) Abanskaya School 3 (World Explorers) Aban, Russia



1. The pearl of its kind

2. Nature made

3. Mystical place



(19A) Kalachinsk Grammar#1 (Dumbledore’s Army) Kalachinsk, Russia

1. The year it was created, there were the Olympics Games in London

2. The same hemisphere where the Kingdom of Lesotho is

3. Made up of 9 parts



Team 2



(2A) Alexander Doniphan Elem (Team Baldwin) Liberty, MO-



1. Our landmark is in the western hemisphere.

2. I am a natural landmark.

3. The 1930’s earned our landmark national park status.



(20A) Lafayette Regional (Team Lafayette) Franconia, NH

1. Trees Inspire me

2. I'm a great story teller

3. I have not reached my full height

Team 3



(3A) Alexander Doniphan Elem (Team Graham) Liberty, MO



1. Our landmark is between 35 and 45 degrees north latitude.

2. Our landmark is in the northern hemisphere.

3. The year 2003 was important to our landmark.



(21A) Municipal Sec. School #5 (Winter Bears) Krasnoyarsk Russia

1. I am located in the same hemisphere as the host city of the Winter Olympics-2014.

2. 121°

3. My native people are very proud of me and often call me the symbol of the country.



Team 4



(4A) Antona Ingolica (Team 6B) Zgornja Polskava, SLOVENIA



1. This landmark is “a black velvet”.

2. There is a festival around this landmark.

3. Its descendants are all around the world.



(22A) Naches Valley Middle School (Team Paulson) Naches, WA

1. There is much more to me than meets the public eye.

2. Many people try to sneak into me, but risk being fined if caught.

3. I am made from an old calcium carbonate quarry.



Team 5



(5A) Barneveld School (Geography Geniuses) Barneveld, WI -



1. I am a World Heritage site located in the northern hemisphere between 30-40 degrees north.

2. You have to be barefoot to visit me.

3. Praise Apollo!



(23A) Narragansett Elem. (Mighty Mariners) Narragansett, RI



1. This landmark was manmade by kings orders and had a moat with crocodiles surrounding it.

2. The tenth century is associated with our landmark.

3. The latitude is between 10 and 20 degrees.



Team 6



(6A) Blacksburg New School (Team YY4U) Blacksburg, VA –



1. Construction on this landmark began in the early nineteenth century.

2. It is 509 feet long.

3. This landmark is less than 4 kilometers from at least two other globally recognized landmarks.







(24A) Oberthur Primary (Searchers) Bull Creek, W. Australia

1. Fresh and salty

2. Everyday I go to and fro

3. 12 to 20 metres



Team 7



(7A) Catalyst Charter MS (Team CCMS) Ripon, WI -

1.This landmark was constructed in the 18th century.

2.This landmark is located off the shore of the south bank of river Brahmaputra.

3. This landmark was constructed to honor Lord Shiva.



(25A) Okoboji Middle School (Okoboji-1) Milford,IA

1.The body of water that it is located near is a channel.

2. It is located above the equator about 14.000 mi.

3. It’s about 700 ft. high and 150 ft. wide



Team 8



(8A) Dawul Remote School, (Dawul Dynamos) Kununurra W. Australia

1. 19th Century type trades and shops are here.

2. A significant date is 1970.

3. The United States Hotel is here.



(26A) Pakenham Lakeside PS (Grade 5D) Pakenham, Victoria, Australia

1. Heavier than 20 double decker buses.

2. Faced many dangerous conditions when being built

3. Completed in 1999





Team 9



(9A) Dr. A. Hrdlicky (Team Prima) The Czech Republic

1. Stacks of salt

2. My house is represented by the black colour in the olympic circles

3. A white necklass edges me



(27A) Pakenham Lakeside PS (Grade 5F) Pakenham, Victoria, Australia

1. Built between 1885 and 1894

2. Over 40,000 people use this each day

3. 244 metres long



Team 10



(10A) Eugene Field Elem. (Team Huseman) Hannibal, MO

1. 1996

2. Bronze

3. Mr. Brown





(28A) School 121 (Team Zhanna) Krasnoyarsk, Russia

1. This landmark marks the center of the Depression.

2. This landmark was named in 1822.

3. There are many lakes including saltwater ones around this landmark



Team 11



(11A) Gale Elem. (Team Rush) Galesburg, IL

1. This landmark was made in a competition.

2. It cost 13 million dollars to make.

3. It is in the western hemisphere.





(29A) SS Peter &Paul Catholic School (SSPP Y5) London, UK

1. At 178m this landmark's circumference at its widest part - only two meters less than its height.

2. This landmark has many nicknames.

3. It is in the northern hemisphere



Team 12

(12A) Gymnasium1 (Drap 7A) Kalachinsk, Omsk, Russia



1.55 degress north latitude

2. Northern Hemisphere

3. Gothic architecture

4. It is one of the largest castle in the world



Team 13



(13A) Gymnasium1 (Selezneva 9A) Kalachinsk, Omsk, Russia

1. Southern Hemisphere

2. 25-29 degrees south latitude

3. founded in 1915





Team 14

(14A) Gimnasium 1 (Team 6A) Kalachinsk Omskaya oblast, Russia



1.This landmark was built in the 11th century

2.You can find this landmark between 80-90 degrees east longitude

3. It is located on an area of 18 hectares



Team 15

(15A) Gimnasium 1 (Team 7B) Kalachinsk Omskaya oblast, Russia



1. This landmark was founded in 2008.

2. You can find this landmark between 60-70 degrees east longitude.

3. This landmark is in Russia.



Team 16

(16A) Gimnasium 1 (Team 11G) Kalachinsk Omskaya oblast,

1. This landmark is at 73 degrees east longitude

2. This landmark symbolizes "the union of the people"

3. This landmark was moved from its place



Team 17

(17A) J. Fithian Tatem Elem. (Tatem Tigers) Haddonfield, NJ

1. While there, you can get lots of exercise walking.

2. For almost 100 years its families feuded.

3. Built in a leap year



(30A) Vangash School #8 (Teddy-Bears) Krasnoyarsky krai, Russia -

1. Popular tourists’ attraction

2. About 300 000 visitors annually.

3. 47 000 hectares

Team 18

(18A) Kalachinsk Grammar#1 (Funny Kids) Kalachinsk, Russia

1 .It is in the same hemisphere as Wellington.

2. It has 200 buildings.

3. A 22 minutes-record was set there.



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The 3H Crew is very excited to be participating in the Landmark Games this year. They have paired up with Mrs. Bushey’s 5th graders to take part in this challenging global competition. We are competing in the Primary A Category. This is how it works: 30 classes from all over the world have chosen a landmark and written 9 clues about the landmark including clues that relate to longitude/latitude, its hemisphere; and a date. Last week, we sent in our landmark clues to Mr. Smith, the project moderator.

Now the fun begins…each week Mr. Smith will send out the first 3 clues for each of the 30 landmarks. The 3H Crew members have been paired up with a 5th grade partner and will start trying to decipher the clues using research tools on ipads, computers, maps, and globes. Each week, the partners will be able to ask a yes/no question which will be emailed to the participating classes to try and narrow down where in the world the landmark is. It will be fun sending and receiving emails from classes in Russia, Slovenia, Australia, the Czech Republic, and all over the USA.

At the end of the 3 weeks, we will send in our final guesses to Mr. Smith and see how we did! Each week, I will be posting the Landmark Game clues here on our blog, so that students can continue the research at home. This is a great family project!

Wish us luck!

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Do you know what a Kindness Chain is? Would you like to hear a third grade perspective of the PARCC test? Listen to this week's podcast to find out!



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With help from their art teacher, Ms. Talian, the 3H Crew created awesome dragons!





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Do you know what the Global Read Aloud is? Do you know what Air Punctuation is? If not, you have come to the right place. Listen to this week's podcast to find the answers to these questions!







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We have many "experts" in the 3H Crew! Each student wrote an informational text about a subject that they know well. Click on the phot below to see our books. We hope you enjoy reading them. (We published our books using Google Slides.)

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Welcome back! This week's podcast will fill you in on a community service project our school is doing and tell you about how our classroom has been invaded by snowmen!





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The 3H Crew Powerful Podcasts are back! Listen to this episode to hear about two of the projects we have been working on this year.





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It's time to be impressed...these 6 members of the 3H Crew worked hard and passed all 20 levels of the "Code with Anna and Elsa." Way to go!





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Check it out...these 3H Crew members successfully passed all 20 levels in "Coding with Anna and Elsa." They enjoyed the Hour of Code so much that they are coding on their free time! This is one proud teacher! If you want to learn more about coding, visit code.org.



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The 3H Crew accepted the challenge and did the Hour of Code. They used critical thinking skills to move through the levels and write lines of code. I have a feeling that these enthusiastic coders will not stop after just one hour! To learn more about coding and the Hour of Code, visit code.org.



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Happy Thanksgiving! Click on the picture below to see our Thanksgiving poems.

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The 3H Crew mapped all of the schools that we sent postcards to for the Global Read Aloud!











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The 3H Crew honors all Veterans. Thanks for all that you have done for us!





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Belated Halloween wishes from the 3H Crew!





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Meet Snuffaluffagus! He is the monster the 3H Crew built for the Global Monster Project.





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Here is a video by Kristina Schenck about Similes and Metaphors. Can you think of a way to include similes and metaphors in your writing? I'd be as happy as a clam to see at least one in the next story you write!



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Watch this School House Rock cartoon about Interjections. Now think about your personal narrative, can you find of a way to interject an interjection to add life to your story?





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Please watch this video to learn more about conjunctions.





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Earlier in the year, the 3H Crew took a Multiple Intelligence test to find out where their strengths lie. Click on the link below to read all about what they learned.

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While Skyping with Ms. Massard's 3rd graders from Michigan and Ms. Bery's 3rd graders from Massachasetts, the 3H Crew collected data. My students were curious about favorite sports, animals, and candy. When finished, they graphed the results. Click on the photo below to see all of the graphs.






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The 3H Crew had a blast celebrating International Dot Day this year. Enjoy our slideshow!





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The new 3H Crew has arrived and they are ready for many fun adventures this year. We have already celebrated International Dot Day and have Skyped with two classes. Check back soon to hear about what we have been up to!




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It is true that the summer is coming to an end, but that can only mean one thing... a new 3H Crew will be arriving soon! We will be sharing our third grade adventures right here. Check back soon to see what we have been up to!







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The 3H Crew had a blast at field day this year. One of the events we participated in was created by 2 members of the 3H Crew - way to go! How do you like our tye dye shirts?" Field Day 2014



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To help us learn about what our community was like in the 1700s, each of the 3H Crew became an apprentice to a master craftsman (who was an actual resident of Haddonfield in the 1700's) The apprentices used modern tools (iPads and laptops) to learn all about their trade. Each apprentice created a poster and then used the Explain Everything app to share what they learned.

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