Presentation on theme: "I Am a Wild Thing Anake By Stephanie Watkins Summer 2006."— Presentation transcript:
I Am a Wild Thing Anake By Stephanie Watkins Summer 2006
What am I? I am part ant. I am part snake. Incolor.intnebr.com
What am I like? A N A K E AActive NNot able to chew AAntenna KKiller EEyes
What are some different words that we can use to describe me? Instead of using the word active, what are some other words we can use? Lively Vigorous On the go Energetic Working
If I can’t chew, then I must Sip Gulp Swallow whole
What are antenna? bee What are they used for? To get information. What does the ant use to get information? What does the snake use to get information?
Killers Some are poisonous Some but not all. Why?
Eyes I have a combination of both the ant and the snake. Jlibsch.web.wesleyan.edu
Other Facts About Me I live under ground. I lay eggs. I have a queen Anake. You can find me every where but in the snowy cold areas of the world.
Comprehension Questions 1.Name the two animals that I am made from? 2.Where do I live? 3.Fill in the chart with my traits. 4.Which animal do you think I am most like and why? anake antbothsnake
Works Cited Interesting Facts about Ants Facts about ants Stranger than Fiction, Information about Ants Facts about ants The Topic: Snakes information and addresses to other websites about snakes Snakes information about snakes Snake information about snakes ANT From Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia information about ants