This week we made a poster of rules you have to follow to make a fair game. This is mine.
Thursday, November 16, 2017
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Ibex horns - Your Ibex horns can grow up to three feet long. Unlike antlers, which are shed every year, you get to keep your Ibex horns for life.
African wild dog ears - Your African wild dog ears are big so that they can give off heat and keep your body cool. That's good, because where African wild dogs live, it's hot.
Babirusa snout - Your babirusa snout tusks are actually teeth that grow up through your snout and curl back. Imagine brushing those every night!
Gibbon arms - Your Gibbon arms are designed especially for swinging in trees. With these arms you can jump distances of over 20 feet from branch to branch.
Indian ornamental tarantula legs - Danger! Danger! The bright yellow markings on your Indian ornamental tarantula legs are a warning. They're meant to tell attackers to stay away. You're venomous!
Rodrigues bat wings - Your Rodrigues bat wings are very different from bird wings. Bird wings are made like human arm bones. But your bat wings are more like really long fingers. Creepy long fingers!
Those are the adaptations of my animal up there. Today we made creatures with build your wild self. This is my animal.
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Thursday, October 19, 2017
The cove from sight looks like a dark cave but it isn’t. It is shaped like an arch stretching like a bungy rope. Trees overlap the rocky cove and the velvety sand lays still, on the surface floor. In the distance small islands can be seen. The clouds look like lumps of delicate, sticky, sweet, desired candyfloss.
The stench of rotting shellfish attracts seagulls from here and there, and is like a punishment to our sleek noses. Salty water makes people want to back away from the waves.
A violent breeze hits the leaves of tree making them rustle and hustle. The koru shaped waves brush against my smooth feet. Sand glides past me and hits the cove like a little kitten trying to play with a grumpy cat. Melting ice cream drips down my hand, leaving a sticky mess. Heat produced from the sun radiates off the crisp sand, heating up my diminutive feet. An immense patch of sand, is very abrasive when I walk on it and can wriggle like a worm through my toes.
Everyone probably loves an beach. My dogs adore the beach, and would wish they lived there. I love bringing my boogie board and trying to get propelled by a wave, or just get completely soaked. The beach is fantastic.
This week we wrote a description about a beach. I like how I did well describing the beach. I don't like how the first paragraph there was first only simple sentences. This is mine.