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Science-Macaw:

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Macaw:

Q1. What is the name of the animal?

A1. The name of the animal is a Macaw.

Q2. What does the Macaw eat?

A2. The Macaw eats clay, tree bark, and fruits.

Q3. What eats the Macaws?

A3. Eagles eat the Macaws.

Q4. Is the Macaw an herbivore, omnivore, or carnivore?

A4. The Macaw is an herbivore because it eats fruits.

Q5. Is the Macaw a mammal, a reptile, or a bird? How do you know?

A5. The Macaw is a bird because it has wings, lays eggs and it is cold blooded.

Q6. What habitat does the Macaw live in?

A6. The Macaws habitat is a rainforest.

Q7. How do Macaws camouflage themselves?

A7. Some Macaws are green, and when they are in the trees they are able to camouflage themselves.

Q8. What do you think is interesting about the Macaw?

A8. I think that when the Macaw talks, it is interesting. They are able to repeat what people are saying to them. This is interesting to me because no other bird talks.                                                                                                                                              

 

 

 

Science: Iguana

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Iguana:

Q1. What is the name of the animal?

A1. The name of the animal is an Iguana.

Q2. What does the Iguana eat?

A2. The Iguana eats leaves.

Q3. What eats the Iguanas?

A3. Crocodiles, Bald eagles, and large lizards eat the Iguanas.

Q4. Is the Iguana an herbivore, omnivore, or carnivore?

A4. The Iguana is an herbivore because it eats leaves.

Q5. Is the Iguana a mammal, a reptile, or a bird? How do you know?

A5. The Iguana is a reptile because it has scales, lays eggs and it is cold blooded.

Q6. What habitat does the Iguana live in?

A6. The Iguanas habitat is a Marsh.

Q7. How do Iguanas protect themselves?

A7. Iguanas protect themselves by hopping from trees into lakes.

Q8. What do you think is interesting about the Iguana?

A8. I think that when the baby gets out of its borrow, it is interesting. It is amazing that they can run as soon as they are born.

Mae Jemison

Mae Jemison

Q1. What is the name of this important African Person?

A1. The name of the important African person is Mae Jemison.

Q2. Where and when was Mae Jemison born?

A2. She was born in Decatur, Alabama, Chicago, 1956, October 17.

Q3. When did Mae Jemison become interested in science?

A3. Mae Jemison was interested in science at a young age. At the age of 5, she was already trying to figure out science experiments on her own.

Q4. Why did Mae Jemison want to become a scientist?

A4. She wanted to be a scientist because, she had a love for science. 

Q5. What year was Mae Jemison chosen to work at NASA?

A5. She was chosen in 1987.

Q6. What is NASA?

A6. NASA is a space company which allows people to go up in space.

Q7. What makes this African person important?

A7. Mae Jemison is important because she was the first African woman in space inthe united states to go into.

“The thing that I have done throughout my life is to do the best job that I can and to be me.

 

Science: Dragonfly

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Dragonfly:

Q1. What is the name of the animal?

A1. The name of the animal is a dragonfly.

Q2. What does the dragonfly eat?

A2. The dragonfly eats insects such as flies, damsel flies, and other flying insects.

Q3. What eats the dragonfly?

A3. Hoppies which are small birds eat the dragonfly.

Q4. Is the dragonfly an herbivore, omnivore, or carnivore?

A4. The dragonfly is a carnivore because it eats meat.

Q5. What do you think is interesting about the dragonfly?

A5. I think that when the eat their prey, it is interesting.

Q6. Where in the world do the dragonflies live?

A6. The dragonflies live in south west France by rivers in between forests.

Q7. How fast can the dragonfly fly?

A7. The dragonfly can fly 60 miles.

Q8. Is the dragonfly an insect, a reptile, or a mammal? How do you know?

A8. The dragonfly is an insect. I know because it has six legs, and has wings.

 

 

Owia no

Owia no

Yɛse mfeɛ ɔpepepem nson ɛfiri saa da yi no, owia na ɛbɛyɛ kɛseɛ. Ɛbɛyɛ kintinkantan. Ne mfimfini no, ɛbɛyɛ ketewa, na owia no bɛyɛ kɛseɛ na sɛ ɛpue a, ɛyɛ te sɛ owia a ɛyɛ kɔkɔɔ. Na asaase no nyinaa bɛ hye, na owia no bɛmene asaase. Ɛno akyi, owia no, bɛwu.