Wednesday, 27 September 2017

Crocodiles!





Title
Crocodiles!
Introduction
I live in lakes and rivers. I eat fish and birds. I have four legs and a long tail. I am green or greenish brown in colour. I have lots of pretty sharp teeth. I kill using a death roll. I scare everyone who sees me. I am a… If you guessed crocodile you're correct.










Big Idea1
Crocodiles are large reptiles found all around the world, in the tropical regions of Asia, Africa, The Americas and Australia. Crocodiles live in freshwater, lakes, rivers and brackish water which is a mix between salty and fresh water.  There are 23 species of crocodiles and most of them are endangered because of poaching. The largest crocodiles are the saltwater crocodiles or salties, as Australians call them and are the most terrifying of them all.

Big Idea 2
Crocodiles have 42 sharp teeth which they use for killing fish, birds, mammals and sometimes young and small crocodiles. They also are meat lovers. They tear apart flesh and swallow large chunks of meat.
They can survive for long periods in salt-water without eating or drinking so are perfect hunters.



Concluding Statement
I think crocodiles are amazing animals and we need to protect the.  Bit Don’t never watch out crocodiles are really dangerous!!

Monday, 3 July 2017

The Mighty Gorilla.

`WALT; write a non chronological report

Remember to use:
  • an opening paragraph explain what your report is about.
  • headings and subheadings for the main body.
  • an closing paragraph, recapping on what you have written.
  • Pictures, maps etc with captions to explain what they are.
Remember to use facts not opinions.

The Mighty Gorilla

Opening Statement
Have you ever seen a Gorilla in the Zoo and wondered how it got there? Have you asked why we need to protect them in a Zoo? Gorillas in the wild are found in Africa in countries like  Uganda, Rwanda, and the Bwindi Forest. Unfortunately they are endangered and need to be protected.

What do Gorillas look like?   
Gorillas are covered in black hair and some can be brown. Gorillas have a big forehead, large nostrils and 32 sharp teeth!!  Their highest height is 1.8 meters tall. They can live for 50 years. Female gorillas carry their babies in their  stomach for two hundred , fifty nine days.



Their diet
Gorillas a vegetarian and  they  need to eat a lot of food . They eat variety of plants like wild celery,  bamboo, thistles,  stinging needles.  

Habitat
Gorillas are the rulers of the forest.  They live in Africa, where some live in dense forests  and woodlands . They are influenced by food so they move around a lot.

Behaviour
The silverback is boss of the family or troop.  They tell them where to go and where to sleep or eat. At night time they nest in trees. The rest of the troop is made out of females and kids.  They spend their day playing and  grooming each other.  They are friendly , gentle, quiet and they make no trouble unless they are threatened.    
 Silverback Gorilla Images - Public Domain Pictures - Page 1
Closing Statement


I think that all gorillas should be left alone in the wild. We need to protect their habitat and give them the space to be free.

Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Chrome-Book Rules/Care!

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Tuesday, 2 May 2017

Science in the van!

This morning on Tuesday 2nd of Allen and Emily came to our school to show us a little bit of science and Here is a picture of them showing us a "Trick" or a "Show"πŸ‘‡


Here is the photo of Emily showing us a trick.





                         

                 

Thursday, 30 March 2017