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Thursday, November 16, 2017

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Life cycle of a butterfly

Life cycle of a butterfly

Metamorphosis means when living things change into different  forms. Frogs, cicadas are two of the creatures that follow a life cycle where they change. Butterflies also follow a life cycle.

            Egg
The butterfly's life cycle begins with the egg. Female butterflies lays  them on leaves of plants. Larva or caterpillars are inside the eggs. The egg is about the size of a sesame seed. Butterflies lay hundreds of eggs on a leaf. The egg is round, oval, smooth, bumpy and cylinderly. It takes 3-7 days to hatch. The weather must be a warm.

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                            Caterpillar                                                   
Next after 3-7 days they chew a hole on the egg so they can hatch out. Then when the caterpillar is out of the egg it eats the egg. Sometimes the caterpillar takes off its old skin as it gets bigger and bigger. When it is full it’s weight, it is about a 100 g and it eats lots and lots of leaves each day. The caterpillar stays as a caterpillar for up to 2-5 weeks. When the caterpillar is full it weighs about 100 times it’s size than when it hatches.


                                 Crystallas       
Then the caterpillar hangs on branches, twigs or leaves and turns into a pupa. The pupa protects the caterpillar. A pupa turns first green, then it turns into  brown, this time it turns black and finally it turns white. The caterpillar grows and stays in the pupa for 15 days.


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           Butterfly
After a few days the wings get bigger and even bigger. Then the butterfly bites its way out of the pupa. Next it waits to dry its wings for half an hour so it can fly. Finally after it dries its wings it can fly now and eats nectar and reproduce.
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The main part of the life cycle is that the female butterfly lays hundreds of eggs. If the female butterfly doesn't lays the hundred eggs there will not be a life cycle and it will never continue.


This week we have been explaining the life cycle of a butterfly and this is my butterflies life cycle.

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

My wild self



This week we have been learning about adaptations and we  made our wild self.I named my one the King Beast .

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Beach description


The white shattering waves smashing against the sand.The tough strong cliff standing proudly as a lion.Yellow boiling hot sand and beautiful tiny islands on the the horizon.Greedy seagulls flying really high looking for food to eat. Trees and bushes surrounding the top of the top of the cliff. There's a hollow dark cove looking kind of spooky. Freezing cold water crashing into rocks.


The delicious smell of fish and chips making the seagulls wanting to eat it. The smell of salty water from the wide ocean drifting to the sand. Rotting shell fish overtaking the smell of fresh green grass. Stinky fish makes a rotten smell.A good smell of sunscreen as people put it on their body. Smell of fresh green grass hitting onto your nose.


A soft gentle breeze blows across the huge cove effortlessly. Waves crashing endlessly on the sand and retreat shyly.The sun radiating on the huge steep cliff that is warmth by the sun.


There's nothing better than going to the relaxing beach with your family.When I arrive at the beach I straight away feel excited because I want to jump into the water and make a huge splash.


This week we have been writing a description of a beach and this is my description. I am also proud that I used interesting vocabulary like effortlessly.

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Fair Trade soccer ball



This week we have been learning about Fair Trade soccer balls and we had to record a description of our Fair trade soccer ball. I hope you enjoy it.

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Big vs Bigger


This week we had to finish a narrative without an ending.We even had to use compound sentences and simple sentences.

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Cure your hiccups



This week we had been reading a book called Hiccups and we had to do some facts to cure the hiccups.