Today we “visited” the Grand Canyon. April Fools! Ha ha! We went using virtual reality!
Virtual reality is when you put a set of goggles on your eyes and you see whatever you want. For example, you could “go” to Antarctica. But for that to work you need a phone with the app virtual reality. You could also play a game with virtual reality. Mrs. Minnoczzi brought the viewers to our classroom and Mrs. Yollis controlled the viewers with her iPad. Our first stop was Independence Hall, our second stop was Liberty Bell, our third stop was The Grand Canyon which I am writing about.
Today my class and I “visited” different famous landmarks. Like the Mt. Rushmore, the Liberty Bell and several more. My favorite was The Grand Canyon. I liked it because it was a really deep canyon. The Grand Canyon has rocks that are more than 4 billion years old! Its colors are red, gray, green, pink, and violet. The Colorada River formed the canyon and it is still making the canyon deeper and deeper every second! The Colorada River runs 277 miles long.
When Mrs. Yollis stopped the bus I was amazed by what I saw. “Wow! The Grand Canyon is so deep and huge! We got to see the whole canyon. I saw the Colorado River below us. The Colorado River was full of reddish water. I saw people canoeing in the river, and people at the very bottom hiking next to the river. The canyon was so deep the people looked like tiny ants.
Here is the Grand Canyon.
Screenshot by Finley Paw