We’ve been thinking about Habitats in Science, and we discovered that many living things are very well suited to their environment. A great example is the camel! They’re weird looking animals, but they’re also incredibly well adapted for the harsh place they live. Click the link below to find out more.
How Are Camels Suited To Their Habitat?
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We’ve been learning about the Egyptians, and their fascinating Hieroglyphics. Our class were excellent at cracking the codes and deciphering the mysterious messages around the classroom!
Have a go yourself.
I thought Chtristmas dinner was scrumptious.
In particular, the roast potatoes were fat and juicy.
Furthermore, they were spectacularly crunchy also they were big and fat.
Although I liked the Yorkshire Pudding, it was crispy, sloppy and dry. Some of it was horrible.
Overall, the mints were minty, fresh and chewy.
We saw this today and it really is incredible. (and made us feel quite sorry for the people of America)
This is what happens to boiling water when it’s really cold….Click on the link to find the video!
HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE!
So now the Christmas decorations are away, the pretty lights outside are down, it’s time to get back to school, and also to reflect on the last few months for our blog. We’ve done so well, with lots of exciting work, and if you look at the map, we’ve gone all over the place.
(Although I’d like us to go to some new countries!)
We must say a big HELLO! to all our friends from Texas in particular who it seems really like visiting the site. We’re very excited to have you pop by. Don’t be shy, leave us some comments!
Once upon a time there lived a big brown grizzly bear and a big white furry hare. They were best friends who lived in the forest with all the other animals.
One day a crispy soft snowflake fell on top of the bear’s hairy nose. The hare’s smile turned into a frown while the hare watched the bear walk slowly back to his cave.
The bear slept through all sorts of seasons until it got to spring and then summer and then went back to hibernation. While the bear was asleep the hare jogged quickly into the bear’s dark creepy cave to give him a really nice wrapped lovely spotty present with ribbon on.
Then the bear woke up because of the present and unwrapped it. It was an alarm clock!
Once upon a time there was a hare called Lewis and a bear called Paul. Lewis is cute, fluffy and soft. Paul is big, cute fluffy and soft.
One day Lewis and Paul went in the wood. Lewis jumped on Paul’s back they were in the middle of the wood. Next a snowflake fell on Paul’s fluffy and soft back.
Lewis’ soft ears fell down like a feather drifting from the sky. Paul was going to hibernate. Lewis was so so sad. Paul went to hibernate. Lewis had a great plan. He went to Paul’s cave and left a present there..
On Christmas day Paul saw Christmas, helped by Lewis.
Once there was a brown grizzly bear and quite a fluffy hare, they were best buddies. They lived in the forest together. One day a white crumbly snowflake landed swiftly on bear’s nose. Then hare tried to stay but quickly off she went.
Hare wanted to show bear the Christmas tree. Bear did not understand he was tired so he went to hibernate. In his dark and gloomy cave he slept and slept until hare came in and gave him a present. It was wrapped in red paper and yellow ribbon and gold bow on top.
It woke bear up. Bear thought for a second. He came back and went to the Christmas tree and hare was happy and they never split up again.