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  1. First Grade Creepy Crawly Presentations Mrs. Herzog’s Class 2013

  2. Snakes By Jack V.

  3. Physical traits • Cold blooded • Have scales • No eyelids • Molt

  4. Habitat • Water • Forests • Deserts • Underground

  5. Eating • Birds • Frogs • Insects • Small deer

  6. Babies • Eggs can stretch. • Some give birth some don’t. • The eggs are about 1 inch long.

  7. Cool facts I learned! • 29 hundred types of snakes. • Snakes smell with their tongues • Snakes stop growing at 38 feet long

  8. Conclusion • I had a lot of fun I hope you did too.

  9. Bibliography • I used many sources. • Books and computers: • Snakes • www.Kidsplanet.org

  10. Butterfies By Ellie Reinhart

  11. Physical Traits • Striped suits • 4 wings • Egg changes color

  12. Where They Live • All over U.S.A • Gardens • Mexico • Canada

  13. What They Eat • Leaves • Caterpillars eat for two weeks • Butterflies drink nectar

  14. Babies • Eggs have shells • Only lay eggs on plants • Monarchs lay on milkweed plants

  15. Other • Some are poisonous • Mouth makes chrysalis • Fly at day time

  16. Conclusion That was my report about Butterflies. I learned a lot. I hope you enjoyed my report. Thank you.

  17. Bibliography • The Butterfly Book • www.nationalgeographic.com • Butterflies • Monarch Butterflies Up Close

  18. Snakes Frankie Taucher

  19. Physical traits • No eyelids • They shed • Cold blooded

  20. Where they live • Under sand stones • Go under ground in winter • Deserts

  21. What they eat and do • Can’t bite food • Have to swallow whole • Eat small deer • Eat frogs

  22. How they are born and how long they live • Lay eggs early summer • No snakes take care of their babies • Cut way out

  23. Other interesting information • Can be longer then a elephant • Can be longer then a giraffe • Over one hundred bones

  24. Conclusion • This is my report about snakes I hope you enjoyed it.

  25. Bibliography • The snake • www.kidsplanet.org • Snakes

  26. Snakes By Leah Bailey

  27. Physical traits • Cold blooded • 0 legs • Grow their whole life • They molt

  28. Where they live • Found in • Water • Forests • Desert • Fields

  29. What they eat and do • Snakes swallow things whole • They eat small things • Come out in spring

  30. Babies • Most snakes lay eggs • Some eggs are hidden • Lay eggs in spring

  31. Otherinteresting information • 3,000 types • Over 100 bones • Attack people

  32. Conclusion • I hope you liked my report. I got my information from books. That is my report.

  33. Bibliography • The Snake • Snakes • www.kidsplanet.org

  34. Scorpions By Patrick Brown

  35. Introduction • More than 20 facts • From books and computers

  36. Physical Traits • Long tails • Exoskeletons • Stingers • Shed skin

  37. Where they live • Caves • Rainforest • Desert

  38. What they eat & do • Mice • Spiders • Many other insects • They carry their young until there young are ready to hunt

  39. How they are born and how long they live • Scorplings • 6-100 babies • Mother carries babies on back

  40. Other information • They can survive on 1 insect a year • Over 1,000-1,200 species

  41. Conclusion • Many facts • I learned a lot

  42. Bibliography My books • Scorpions • Scorpions • Scorpions in the dark • Website • www.nationalgeographic.com

  43. Ladybugs By Brooke Madden!

  44. Physical Traits • They have six legs • Small head • Strong jaws • Red or orange • Black spots • Two hard wings • Two soft wings

  45. Habitat • Flowers and leaves • Trees • Huddle together to keep warm in the winter

  46. Eating • Eat black flies • Eat tiny green insects • Many ladybugs eat 5,000 aphids a day

  47. Babies • Ladybugs lay eggs under leaves • When they are born, they are called a larva

  48. Other Information • Ladybugs are beetles • Ladybugs can swim • They play dead

  49. Conclusion • This is my report about ladybugs • I hope you enjoy learning about ladybugs

  50. Bibliography • Ladybugs • Bug Food • Ladybugs Life • www.nationalgeographic.com