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  • 1.  
  • 2. 2E’s Adaptation Song
    • Now the pine tree has pointy leaves to survive all winter long,
    • Oh the pine tree has pointy leaves to survive all winter long,
    • Yes the pine tree has pointy leaves to survive all winter long,
    • Cos she lives in a snowy frosty place.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • When you live in a mountain habitat .
  • 3.
    • Now the sealion has flippers to swim in the big ocean,
    • Oh the sealion has flippers to swim in the big ocean
    • Yes the sealion has flippers to swim in the big ocean
    • Cos she lives in a big wavy place. Anouk
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • When you live in an ocean habitat.
  • 4.
    • Now the spider makes a web to catch lots of little flies,
    • Oh the spider makes a web to catch lots of little flies,
    • Yes the spider makes a web to catch lots of little flies,
    • Cos he lives in a forest habitat. Thomas
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • When you live in a forest habitat.
  • 5.
    • Now the penguin dives into the sea to catch a big big fish,
    • Oh the penguin dives into the sea to catch a big big fish,
    • Yes the penguin dives into the sea to catch a big big fish,
    • Cos he lives in Antarctica. Ties
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • When you live in Antarctic habitat.
  • 6.
    • Now the komodo dragon has poisonous spit for predators,
    • Oh the komodo dragon has poisonous spit for predators,
    • Yes the komodo dragon has poisonous spit for predators,
    • Cos he lives in a hot hot place. Sam
    •  
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • When you live in a desert habitat.
  • 7.
    • Now the hyraxes huddle up to keep them warm and snug,
    • Oh the hyraxes huddle up to keep them warm and snug,
    • Yes the hyraxes huddle up to keep them warm and snug,
    • Cos they live in a very cold place. Sofie & Ashleigh
    •  
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • When you live in a forest habitat
  • 8. Deserts By Hugo, Emmanuel, Hannah and Nia There is a powerpoint and voicethread created by this group which you can see here at the smartboard later.
  • 9. Grassland
    • By Josephine, Anouk and Nicholas
    There are some powerpoints to see at the Grassland table later!
  • 10. Wetlands
    • By Tom, Sam and Alex
    To see the wetlands group’s play , book and magazine covers, please visit the Wetlands group’s table.
  • 11. Adaptation Song Part 3
    • Now the frogman spider catches bugs diving out of water,
    • Oh the frogman spider catches bugs diving out of water,
    • Yes the frogman spider catches bugs diving out of water,
    • Cos he lives in a watery place. Nicholas
    •  
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • When you live in a lake habitat.
  • 12.
    • Now the cheetah has some energy to fight and find its food,
    • Oh the cheetah has some energy to fight and find its food,
    • Yes the cheetah has some energy to fight and find its food,
    • Cos he lives in a very dry place. Mikayla
    •  
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • When you live in a grassland habitat.
  • 13.
    • Now the rabbit has strong legs to jump from the ground,
    • Oh the rabbit has strong legs to jump from the ground,
    • Yes the rabbit has strong legs to jump from the ground,
    • Cos she lives in a forest habitat. Beata
    •  
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • When you live in a forest habitat.
  • 14. Tundra
    • By Riley and Ties
    Please visit the Tundra table to have a closer look at Riley and Ties’ work.
  • 15. Ocean
    • By Edouard, Laura, Beata and Ashleigh
    Please visit the Ocean table out in the pod to see the book, magazine covers and play created by this group.
  • 16. Rainforest
    • By Natalia, Elena, Sofie and Mikayla
    There are some more things to see at the Rainforest table later.
  • 17. Adaptation Song Part 4
    • Now the koala has great big claws to climb up thick trees,
    • Oh the koala has great big claws to climb up thick trees,
    • Yes the koala has great big claws to climb up thick trees,
    • Cos she lives in a forest habitat. Elena
    •  
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • When you live in a forest habitat.
  • 18.
    • Now the peacock has scary feathers to scare all the birds,
    • Oh the peacock has scary feathers to scare all the birds,
    • Yes the peacock has scary feathers to scare all the birds,
    • Cos she lives in a forest habitat. Hannah
    •  
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • When you live in a forest habitat.
  • 19.
    • Now the squid squirts out black ink to escape his quick predators,
    • Oh the squid squirts out black ink to escape his quick predators,
    • Yes the squid squirts out black ink to escape his quick predators,
    • Cos he lives in an ocean habitat. Emmanuel, Alex & Riley
    •  
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • When you live in an ocean habitat.
  • 20. Time for a closer look!
    • Please visit our groups to have a closer look at some of the work the groups have done.
    • Please feel free to move the chairs to be close to the group you wish to listen to.
  • 21.  
  • 22. Camels have big eyelashes to keep all the sand out. When Camels drink they store the water in their humps so when they are thirsty they drink the water stored in their humps. That’s how they don’t need food or water for many days.
  • 23. The barking gecko got its name because they bark when they sense danger. When a predator comes a barking gecko loses its tail so the predator thinks its dead.
  • 24.
    • The Coyotes (dingoes) howl when they sense danger.
  • 25.
    • The sidewinder has camouflage with the sand.
    • The sidewinder snake moves at up to 4 kilometers per hour over the shifting sand of its desert home.
  • 26.
    • The fennec has big ears to hear far away.
    • When there hot they take all the heat out and it comes out through their ears.
  • 27.
    • Komodo dragons have poisonous spit so predators run away. Komodo dragons are dangerous because they kill loads of people.
    • Did you know komodo dragons can run up to 4 kilometers per hour?
  • 28.
    • kangaroo rats huddle together to keep warm
  • 29.
    • The Gila monsters is the second dangerous lizard in the world and are mostly found in the death canyon.
  • 30.
    • Woodpeckers has a sharp, pointed beak for digging its food up.
  • 31.
    • Roadrunners run so fast that the predators can’t catch up.
  • 32.
    • Porcupines have a spiny back that if a predator comes it can’t eat it.
  • 33.
    • A desert tortoise has a shell so if a predator comes the tortoise goes inside and the predator would think it’s a rock.
  • 34.
    • The Moloch lizard a spiny body so if a predator comes it can’t eat it
  • 35.
    • Scorpions have sharp snipers to kill their prey.
    • It has a hard back so if a person hits it with a hammer it wont die.
    • It cannot die in hot or cold temperature.
  • 36.
    • Elf owls have night vision eyes so they can catch their prey for supper.
    • They have a pointy beak to pick up its food from the ground.
  • 37.
    • The Chuckwalla has good strength to climb up high things.
  • 38.
    • The pumas have long legs to jump high.
  • 39.
    • The harvester ants are very small so that predators don’t see them.
  • 40.
    • The blue tongue lizard has a blue tongue so when a predator comes it shoots out its tongue and the predator is scared of it and runs away.
  • 41.
    • The shingle back lizard Looks like it has two heads so by the time the predator has found out what side the heads on the shingle back lizard it has made its getaway.
  • 42.
    • The spade foot toad has a long, sticky tongue to catch its food from a very far distance.
  • 43.
    • The
    • End
  • 44. Desert Adaptations Voicethread
    • By Hannah and Nia
    • http://voicethread.com/share/1123269/
  • 45. Adaptation Song Part 5
    • Now the seagull has fantastic wings to fly up high,
    • Oh the seagull has fantastic wings to fly up high,
    • Yes the seagull has fantastic wings to fly up high,
    • Cos she lives in a seaside habitat. Josephine
    •  
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • When you live in a seaside habitat.
  • 46.
    • Now the porcupine has spikes to keep safe from its predators,
    • Oh the porcupine has spikes to keep safe from its predators,
    • Yes the porcupine has spikes to keep safe from its predators,
    • Cos he lives in a forest habitat. Edouard
    •  
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • When you live in a forest habitat.
  • 47.
    • Now class 2E have voices to help them sing out loud,
    • Oh class 2E have voices to help them sing out loud,
    • Yes class 2E have voices to help them sing out loud,
    • Cos they live in a ZIS habitat!
    •  
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • That’s a lovely adaptation.
    • When you live in a ZIS habitat.