Max and dalip plus shannon habitat

Lions

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    mya said,

    These look all so fascinating and great everyone worked so hard on them. Miss Martindale have you not managed to put our documentrys up or are you still trying to?

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    Mya- I have just finished editing the films and they are currently uploading to vimeo. You will see them tomorrow : )

  3. 4

    max said,

    It was quite hard making the power-points but when we had finished it felt great!!

  4. 5

    Mrs Skinner said,

    This was such a great way to receive the information. It made it more interesting & I think I shall remember it because I will think of the pictures. BTW I love the last picture! 😉

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    mya said,

    Oh thats nice to hear miss Skinner!

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    Gill(Max's grandma) said,

    I really enjoyed your presentation on lions! Did you know I went on safari to Kenya a few years ago? You are quite right – lions are VERY difficult to spot. It’s really hard to see them in the yellow grassland that is their habitat. We did get close enough for me to get a good shot of a lioness though. I’ll show you when we next meet up.

  7. 8

    quade said,

    i liked the pic of the lion it is really good I like it wot I really like about it the way you put the words in it

    quade 3mw

  8. 9

    Yasin 3MW said,

    Good pics work on the Lions it is funny at the end when it “says” The End Lions fight.

    My name is Yasin From 3MW
    This week we have been leaning about Romans In Britian ans doing facts and stuff like that.

  9. 10

    Raaida said,

    I like your pictures about the lions I especially like the last picture the last picture is really funny keep up the funny work.

    By Raaida

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    yoghraj said,

    here are some facts about scaled reptiles

    Scaled reptiles are the lizards, snakes and slowworms that make up the order known as the Squamata. They all have scaly skins, and all male squamates have two penises.
    The reptiles are a class of vertebrates. Charateristically they are cold-blooded, have dry scaly or horny skin and a four-chambered heart. Most reptiles lay eggs with leathery shells, but a few types bear live young. Because they are cold-blooded, reptiles are more common in the tropics than in temperate regions and are not found in polar areas.

  11. 14

    sidrah said,

    I love the way how you put the video of the lion. Theirs lot’s pictures of animals on your blog.I think your learning what some animals eat and where they live.I think your blog is gonna be fild with lots of comments and video posts.Great work.

  12. 15

    darshana said,

    i liked making the script.

  13. 16

    abi3sh said,

    I like the font that you used.
    The photo that was of the two loins jumping up at the end was COOL.

  14. 17

    shiza said,

    I watched this videyo it is great

  15. 18

    mohamed said,

    Hello
    my name is mohamed
    I’m from Chorlton Park Primary School and that i like your description that i learn a lot about lions.

  16. 19

    Molly J said,

    I like the animals there very cool! 😀 You must of tried hard 😀 well done

  17. 20

    chelsea said,

    i love the video it is cool

  18. 21

    chelsea said,

    i love the video it is cool 🙂

  19. 22

    chelsea said,

    i like your video 🙂

  20. 23

    Abbie said,

    Wow I lijke you lion presentation it was good.It was very intresting well done. 🙂

  21. 24

    Lucy said,

    Hello! I liked your presentation about lions. It was very interesting. It was really good. 😀 😛 🙂

  22. 25

    Cameron H said,

    I liked the presentiation I am Cameron H and I am from leamore primary school


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