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

2 By Jack V. Snakes

3 Cold blooded Have scales No eyelids Molt Physical traits

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

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 Butterflies
Monarch Butterflies Up Close

18 Frankie Taucher Snakes

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 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 Other interesting 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

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 Website Bibliography My books Scorpions Scorpions in the dark

43 Ladybugs b 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

51 Butterflies By Emerson Driscoll

52 Physical Traits Two simple eyes Two compound eyes
Start as a caterpillar 6 legs Smell with their antennae 4 wings

53 How they are born & how long they live
They lay eggs on milkweed leaves They grow by shedding skin

54 Habitat Pacific Ocean Gardens

55 What they eat and do Butterflies use their long tongues to sip
water or nectar from flowers

56 Other They cannot fly if it is less than 60 degrees
They go to Mexico and California in the winter

57 Conclusion I hope you liked my report about butterflies
I had fun doing research and my report

58 Bibliography The Butterfly Book
Monarch Butterflies Up Close Butterfly Magic The Life Cycles of Butterflies

59 Scorpions By CJ Korowicki

60 Introduction I used many books a computer to learn about scorpions. I did my best work. I hope you like it.

61 Physical traits Curved tails Stingers Sting prey

62 Where they live Live in all kinds of places
Live in places like North Carolina

63 What they eat Insect Different animals

64 How they are born 100 babies Scorplings Mom carries them on her back

65 Other Owls, baboons and birds eat scorpions Can smell other scorpions

66 Conclusion This is the end of my research
I hoped you enjoyed my research I worked very hard I hope you learned a lot I did

67 Bibliography Scorpions
Scorpions in the Dark Deadly Spiders and Scorpions

68 Snakes Dylan Buchanan

69 Physical Traits Cold Blooded Molt No Eyelids

70 Habitat Many Habitats Water Forest Desert Grassland Fields

71 Eating Termites Rodents Birds Frogs Small Deer Other Reptiles
Swallow Prey Whole

72 Babies All Snakes Lay Eggs Egg Tooth Do Not Care For Their Eggs

73 Other interesting things I learned
29 hundred snakes Over 1 hundred bones Longest land animal

74 Conclusion Snakes are helpful I hope you enjoyed my report

75 Bibliography Snakes Snakes 2 The Snake Scientist

76 Ladybugs By Marielle

77 Physical Traits Small heads Black spots Strong jaws Red or orange
Two soft wings Two hard wings

78 Where They Live Flowers and leaves Trees
Huddle together in the winter to keep warm

79 What they eat Black flies Tiny green insects Eat 5,000 aphids

80 How they are born Lay eggs Yellow Called a larva
Lay eggs underneath leaves Molt three times

81 Other interesting facts
Play dead No ears Feel vibrations with feet About 5,000 species Beetles Can swim

82 Conclusion That was my report about ladybugs.I hope you enjoyed it!

83 Bibliography Ladybugs Bug food Ladybug’s life

84 Snakes By Koen Ventura

85 Physical Traits 0 legs Molt Scales have colors that help them hide
They have more then 100 bones

86 Habitat -Snakes are found in many habitats
-Water, forests, deserts, grasslands or underground

87 Eating Snakes eat reptiles, rodents, birds, frogs, small deer and other reptiles Snakes swallow prey whole

88 Babies Some give birth to live young Others lay eggs about 1 inch

89 Other 2500 different kinds of snakes Longest land animal

90 Conclusion I worked hard on my report. I hope you liked it.

91 Bibliography Snakes The Best Book of Snakes

92 Ladybugs By Sophie

93 Physical Traits They have Black spots Ladybugs have six legs
They have 2 soft wings They have 2 hard wings

94 Where they live They live on flowers They live on trees
They live on leafs They live on stones

95 What they eat and do They eat Aphid They eat Mealybugs
Larva eat the same as the adult

96 Babies Babies are Long and yellow It grows when they eat
It is called a larva

97 Other Information They turn into a pupa They huddle for winter
Ladybugs do not taste good They are a beetle

98 Conclusion I used books and computers for my information. I hope you enjoyed it.

99 Bibliography Ladybugs

100 by Ben Hrebinko Scorpions

101 Physical traits Long tails 8 legs They are bIack brown or yellow

102 Where They Live They live in deserts Forests
They like warm weather best but can live in cold weather too

103 What they eat and do Insects
Sometimes they only eat one insects a year

104 How they are born Baby scorpions are called scorplings
The mom has 3 to 100 scorplings Scorplings molt about six times before it becomes an adult

105 Other interesting information
The biggest scorpion is an emperor scorpion

106 Conclusion That is my report about scorpions. I learned a lot.

107 Bibliography Scorpions. Deadly Scorpions.

108 Butterflies By Ana Vezendy

109 Physical traits Monarchs are orange, black and white
Egg may change color

110 What they eat and do Butterflies taste things with their feet
Eat for two weeks

111 Where they live Live all over the U.S.A. Live in gardens

112 How long they live and how they are born
Butterflies lay their eggs only on plants Has yolk inside each egg

113 Other Information Caterpillers have no bones
A mother butterfly may visit a dozen plants before choosing one for her eggs

114 Conclusion I worked very hard. I hope you enjoyed it.

115 Bibliography The Life Cycle of a Butterfly Butterflies

116 Snakes By Jack C

117 Where they live Snakes live in rocky mountains
Snakes like to live in cold places Live in caves

118 Eating Rats Snakes Rodents

119 Physical Traits Scaly and long Snakes molt
Snakes have colors that help hide Snakes have more then 100 bones There are 2,000 kinds of snakes

120 How they are born Snakes lay eggs in nests
Some snakes hide their eggs in caves when they go hunt

121 Other Interesting Facts
There are 2,000 kinds of snakes in the world. Snakes are longest land animal.

122 Conclusion I got my information from many sources
I hope you enjoyed my report

123 Bibliography The Snake Snakes

124 Snakes By Owen Rick

125 Physical Traits Cold blooded No eyelids Molt Zero legs

126 Habitat Found in many places Under ground during winter

127 What they eat Eat many things Swallow food whole

128 Snake babies Only some lay eggs About one inch

129 Other 2500 different kinds They molt

130 Conclusion I worked very hard on my report I hope you enjoyed it

131 Bibliography Snakes

132 Snakes by Caleb Shafer

133 Where they live Many habitats Some snakes live in water Forests
Deserts Caves Underground for winter

134 Eating Rats Deer Termites Birds Rodents

135 Babies Born in spring Moms hide eggs in caves when they go to hunt

136 Other Interesting Information
Longest land animal Can be longer than an elephant or giraffe

137 Conclusion That was my report about snakes. I hope you enjoyed it.

138 Bibliography The Snake Scientist Snakes

139 Ladybugs By Emma

140 Physical traits Small heads Two soft wings Six legs Red or orange
Black spots Strong jaws

141 Where they live Flowers and leafs Trees
Huddled together to keep warm in the winter

142 What they eat Black flies Tiny green insects Eat 5,000 aphids in a day

143 How they are born Lay eggs Eggs are pale yellow When they are born
they are called a larva Molt 3 times

144 Other interesting facts
Play dead No ears Are beetles Do not taste good Can swim 5,000 different species of ladybugs

145 Bibliography Ladybugs Bug food Ladybugs life

146 The End Thank you for coming!

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