A Tribute To Wolves….

This wonderful video was created by Wolf  Warrior Diane’s sixth grade class.  

Diane is an amazing New York middle school teacher, who is educating her students about wolves. Her efforts have paid off. look what these children have created.  

I’m so proud to post it on New Years Eve. Enjoy!!

 

 

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Tags: Tribute to Wolves, Diane’s  sixth grade class, little wolf warriors, education is key

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Published in: on December 31, 2010 at 3:33 am  Comments (21)  

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  1. A Beautiful Video.Made me cry. God Bless the Wolves. Thank you for Sharing.

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    • I love the video anna. We definitely need more teachers like Diane.

      N.

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  2. A wonderfull video to look too. Good to know that there are Wolf Warriors I am also one. These beautifull creations must be saved !!!

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    • What a tribute to wolves from sixth graders Diane. I was amazed by the job they did. Diane B. is doing an amazing job. Onward into 2011!!

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

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  3. WOW!!! Thankyou Diane and all the kids.
    We need a “generational repopulatiuon” beginning with kids like this that will overcome the cultural hate that has been ingrained in segments of our present society.

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    • Isn’t it great Jerry? If only we had teachers doing this in the Northern Rockies!! I gives me hope for the future.

      N.

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  4. I am so impressed with what this class has accomplished, absolutely fantastic work. Congratulations to the teacher for educating these creative children to appreciate and understand these wonderful animals. They should all be very proud. Well Done!

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    • Just an amazing job by the children Karen. I’m so impressed.

      N.

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  5. The animals arrived before humans, therefore are more important and the true masters of the world.
    “We should not invade or take their territory”

    Xavier

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    • So agree Xavier. Wolves have been around for millions of years and some people have the nerve to say they don’t belong here? This is their home.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

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  6. HI EVERY WOLF WARRIORS!HAPPY NEW YEAR…BUT PLEASE NOBODY FORGET THE WAR ON THE WOLVES!!!! HOWLSSSSSSSSSSSSS

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    • Happy New Year Agnes!! We do have a battle to fight this coming year, you are so right. HOWLS.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

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  7. What an incredible, moving tribute to a such a misunderstood and magnificent animal. I am so proud of this teacher for instilling appreciate and reverence for all life to her students. I hope they realize how very lucky they are. Nabeki, I am sure this Diane that posts regularly on Warriors?

    HOWLS for the New Year!! We will see that our wolves and our wildlife have the justice and protection they deserve!

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    • “appreciation”, of course

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    • Isn’t that a terrific video SCWG. Those kids are more savvy then many adults. I’m going to put their video on the front page of the blog this week in my permanent video section.

      N.

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  8. Happy New Year to all
    and especially the gray wolf

    ******************************************
    I would like to contact with other Lycan´s
    please, contact to me

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    • Happy New Year to you Xavier.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

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  9. What an amazing video. It brings everything I tell people about wolves to life.

    ~ Zarago ~

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  10. wow this video is just perfect all true all real…make me cry!

    good job! Howls for freedom, Howls for Wolfs

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  11. Thank you everyone for your comments! My students and I appreciate your kindness.

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    • You are so welcome Diane. Your students should be very proud. And they are lucky to have you as their teacher.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,
      Nabeki

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