2 nd Grade Fish Project. Fall 1999. Enchiwenmet gode gigok. Fish are fun. Alyssa. Ni se mine Anekwet gi bostoyak I waboyak I Dawat gi me’nodeyek. Anakwud and I were putting the screen on our habitat. Erynn. Ngi shema o gigo. I was feeding the fish. Kim.
I was putting on screen so the fish wouldn’t jump out of the habitat.
Ngi wabma o wabshkya gigo, mine mskwe’wamgezo mesetgigo, nake penoje’ gigo. I saw an albino fish, a fish with an orange belly, and a little fish.
Gi bosto o gigoyek she i kchedabyane’wi zhyat ibembes. The hatchery has a truck that they use to take the baby fish to the streams and lakes.
Julie & Jennifer Halfaday
Ngom gi wabma kche gigo, mine penoje’ gigo, nakebkanet gigoyek. Today I saw big fish and baby fish.I saw a white fish and a red belly fish.
Betsy and I were dissecting a fish.
Hmmm, now where’s the heart?
Where’s the liver?
Look Teacher, we found the
air bladder all by ourselves!
The 2nd graders would like to express their appreciation to all who helped make Fish are Fun a successful project:
The support staff who took pictures
Gifted and Talented for providing t-shirts
Mike McNeely and Floyd Paquinfor providing the fish
The Cherry Creek Fish Hatchery
To our Tech Department for their computer expertise
To Don Perrot for transcribing English into Potawatomi
To NMU students who helped with the fish dissection
To the many people who “took a moment to help”