This term’s Inquiry topic has been about the Wetlands. Here are some stories from the junior and middle school writers about their learning . . .
We have been learning about the life cycles of animals that live in the wetlands. I went on stage and I said “A butterfly has four stages; egg, caterpillar, pupa and butterfly.” By Lucas (Rm 2)
Wetlands are a habitat for animals. It’s mainly covered with water and plants. Wetland plants help us live because they make oxygen. By Toby (Rm 1)
We have been learning about wetlands. A wetland is not any sort of pond or river. It is like a land that has had a flood. A question I had was “Do frogs have ears?” Yes! In their brains. By Kate (Rm 1)
In Room 9 we have been learning about the Wetlands. We have coloured in pictures with frogs on it and birds. By Emma (Rm 9)
I made a picture of butterflies, tadpoles, sprouting plants and heaps, heaps more. I have been learning about wetlands. By Hayden (Rm 2)