Rainforest Reports on PhotoPeach
We have been researching information about Macaws. We created a wordbankof nouns,verbs and adjectives about these colourful tropical birds. Then we learnt how to write a poem called a Haiku. This poem only has three lines. The first line has 5 syllables, the second line has 7 syllables and the last line has 5 syllables. We used our wordbank to help us write some very creative Haiku poems.
Looks like a rainbow
They can crack peoples knuckles
Drift in the blue sky
They fly in the sky
They are able to crack nuts
They’re like a rainbow (Harry)
They’re naked when they are born
Omnivore Macaw (Joseph)
They drift in the sky
They live in the canopy
Black, hard,tough,curved beaks (Archie)
Come and explore the mysteries of a tropical rainforest with 1/2JK. We will make many exciting discoveries as we delve into this beautiful, green part of our world. As we read and research we will answer questions along the way. Below is our first “DISCOVERY”.
What is a rainforest?
Rainforests are wet, warm places. They are tightly packed with trees. The trees stay green all year round. The leaves on the trees are really large. Rainforests are filled with over half the Earth’s animals and plants. Rainforests have been around for millions of years.
Enjoy and listen to “The Rainforest Song”