FC: Giraffe By: Hazel Conklin
1: Mrs. Lesnieski"s First Grade Class 2011-2012 | Thank you to everyone who helped us with this project. We had many volunteers and peer mentors assist us. Thank you to the BR-H PTO, Dr. Bash Trust Fund, and the Bark River Lions Club for helping to fund the publishing of our books. We appreciate all of your help!
2: The giraffe was born in the grass. The grass was green.
3: The giraffe is a mammal.
4: Giraffes are the world's tallest mammal.
5: Giraffes can run as fast as 35 miles an hour.
6: Giraffes eat leaves and buds. A giraffe eats hundreds of pounds of leaves each week.
7: The only animal that will kill and eat an adult giraffe is a lion.
8: Female giraffes give birth standing up. | Pregnant Giraffe
9: Baby giraffes fall more than 5 feet when they are born.
10: Baby giraffes can stand in half an hour. They can run with their mothers in ten hours after birth.
11: Giraffes only need to drink once every several days.
12: No two giraffes have exactly the same patterns of spotted coats.
13: Giraffes roam in small groups of about half a dozen.
15: Giant In Africa Runs fast Amazing Fantastic Fabulous Eats leaves
17: Giraffe Long, neck Tall, nice, fast Has horns and ears Wild
18: Other Species | Maasai Giraffe | Nubian Giraffe
19: Glossary dozen - a group of 12 mammal - animal that gives birth to live young roam - to walk, go, or wander