The flood of 1927 was Vermont’s worst natural disaster.
It took place in October.
During that time Calvin Coolidge was president.
It was very hard without power.
In November there was a tropical storm it destroyed many houses.
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Bee Buzzer created a wheel showing an important plant and animal of Vermont for every month of the year, highlighting how they look in that season based on research and observation.
So as you know, I’m home. I came to tell you about my life. So I was born in 1902 in China. Then my family and I had to move to Scotland because we were missionaries. So we went to Scotland, and if you are curious, it was by boat and it took a few weeks. I was about five.
Then I went to the Scotland School. In middle school, I started running. I can’t believe it, but I made it to the Olympics!
But . . . . it was the Lord’s Day, and I would not run on Sundays, so on Sundays I preached the Word. I did this for about ten years. Then when I gave up my career, I went back to China to preach the Word. In 1927, I got married to a lady named Flo and had two children, Heather and Partica. I died in 1945.
Today for Wonder Day, I investigated the question, “Why are the days here in Vermont longer in the summer and shorter in the winter?” Here are the results of my inquiry.
Measuring oil for cake
Another place I used measurement in real life was measuring milk for hot cocoa.
I will tell you how to play amazing Limbo! To start, you need a rope and five or more friends. First, two people hold the rope at about a yard high. Next, the leftover people line up. Then, one at a time the first person in line will go under the rope without touching it or touching the ground. If you do touch it, you are out. Once everybody has gone under the rope, lower the rope a little. Repeat until everyone but one is out. The last person standing wins! This is how to play amazing Limbo.
How does a train hear when another train is coming?
By its engine”ears”