Year 1 have been busy writing information reports this term. Here are some of the great writing coming out of 1H.
MALIA EDWARDS: Cats. (Writer of the Week).
Sometimes cats can be orange, black, or grey. Even they sometimes have stripes. Cats can be pets. Cats can eat fish and cat food. Cats can climb, pounce, run and jump. Cats have live cubs. Cats are not endangered.
FLYNN SAGE: Turtles.
Turtles have a big brown shell and green scales. Turtles eat jellyfish, sea green and seaweeds. Turtles lay eggs in the sand for them to hatch for themselves. Turtles are endangered because of fishing line. Turtles live in quiet tropical warm reefs. Turtles move by flapping their flippers.
KATIE HODGSON: Ants.
An ant is very small and black. There are also green ants and lots of different ants. Ants live in very small cracks. Ants also live in ant mounds. Ants eat carrot and dead insects. Ants scuttle around and walk on four legs. The any has little mud things and that’s where their eggs are.
FINN SAVAGE: Tigers.
Tigers have fur that is orange and black striped. Some tigers live in Africa. Tigers eat meat. Tigers have live cubs. Tigers hunt and are carnivores. Tigers are endangered.
MATILDA CARUANA: Beagles.
Beagles have paws. Beagles live in houses. Beagles eat beef and dog biscuits and they are carnivores. Beagles walk with four legs, two at time and wag their tails from side to side. Beagles go to the vet so they can have babies.
ALANA GROOTSCHOLTEN: Green Tree Snakes.
The green tree snake has a black tongue and eyes. Some green tree snakes live in the forest f the jungle. The green tree snake eats little birds and other creatures. The green tree snakes have their babies under the ground. They lay eggs. The green tree snakes move by slithering. They are not endangered.
BLAIR HERFORD: Tortoises
Tortoises have a hard shell. Tortoises live in America. Tortoises eat weeds and plants. Tortoises move slow. Tortoises lay eggs. The babies are endangered.