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1: Mrs. Thoma's Second Graders Insect Reports Spring 2010

2: Dragonflies Dragonflies are cool. They live near the pond because they need water. Dragonflies can stay still in the air. Dragonflies have big eyes. Dragonflies eat beetles. Dragonflies are the coolest insect of all. By, Kobe G.

3: Beetles An amazing insect is a beetle. Some beetles can live near water. Even some beetles can swim under the water. Did you know that beetles can be as big as a hand? Beetles sometimes eat worms. I loved learning about beetles. By, Camila P.

4: Dragonflies Dragonflies are awesome. Some dragonflies are as big as a hand. They fly as fast as a car. Some big dragonflies eat tiny fish. Dragonflies live by the waterfalls so that they can lay eggs on the water. Dragonflies are very cool to learn about. By, Humberto A.

5: Beetles Beetles are so interesting. They live in wood because they look like the wood and can’t be seen. Fungus is what beetles eat. Some have horns that they use to defend themselves. Some can swim under water with their wings. I liked learning about beetles. By, Evelyn

6: Dragonflies Dragonflies are an amazing insect. Dragonflies live by the lake because they like to be close to the water. Dragonflies eat tiny fish. An interesting fact about the dragonfly is that they can fly as fast as a car. Another fact is that dragonflies lay eggs in the water. Dragonflies are fun to learn about. By, Dayana H.

7: Beetles Have you ever seen a beetle? Beetles are as big as my finger. Did you know that beetles can eat wood? Beetles live in a marsh because there is water there. Beetles are amazing. Beetles are awesome to learn about. By, Charilyn D.

8: Dragonflies Have you ever seen a dragonfly? Dragonflies lay their eggs on water. They eat little fish. Dragonflies live by streams. When dragonflies are in the air they can fly backwards! Dragonflies are amazing insects. By, Valeria T.

9: Beetles Beetles are amazing insects. Beetles live in deserts. I know that beetles eat poop. The beetles help bury the dead animals by digging the dirt out from under the dead animals. Some beetles can be as big as your hand. Have you ever seen beetles before? By, Serena R.

10: Dragonflies A dragonfly is an adorable insect. Tadpoles are one thing a dragonfly could eat. Dragonflies live by a waterfall. A dragonfly can go backwards when it is flying. Some dragonflies are as big as a finger. Dragonflies are fun to learn about. By, Amy M.

11: Beetles An interesting insect is a beetle! A beetle’s shelter is soil because that helps cover them. Beetles eat fruit so they can get bigger. They have hard wings so they can protect themselves. Some beetles are as big as your hand and others are smaller than your hand. A beetle is an amazing insect. By, Edgar E.

12: Dragonflies Dragonflies are cool. A dragonfly lives in a lake. They lay eggs on the water. Dragonflies eat ladybugs. The dragonfly is as fast as a car. Dragonflies have big eyes to see. They are as small as a finger. Dragonflies are beautiful and fun to learn about. By, Casandra B.

13: Beetles An amazing insect is a beetle. Some beetles live under stones and some live in deserts. Some eat pollen and nectar. Beetles have hard wings that protect them a lot. They can swim under water. Beetles are fun. By, Ivon M.

14: Dragonflies Dragonflies are cool insects to learn about because they can fly fast. They can fly faster than a kid riding a bike down the hill. Dragonflies live by the water so they can lay their eggs. Dragonflies have very big eyes to see across the yard with. Dragonflies eat ladybugs for food. They also eat tiny fish. Dragonflies eat tadpoles. They can fly as fast as a car. A dragonfly has cool wings to fly with. Dragonflies are so interesting. By, Charity C. | Dragonflies Dragonflies are cool insects to learn about because they can fly fast. They can fly faster than a kid riding a bike down the hill. Dragonflies live by the water so they can lay their eggs. Dragonflies have very big eyes to see across the yard with. Dragonflies eat ladybugs for food. They also eat tiny fish. Dragonflies eat tadpoles. They can fly as fast as a car. A dragonfly has cool wings to fly with. Dragonflies are so interesting. By, Charity C.

15: Beetles Have you ever seen a beetle? Beetles live in wood. Wood is what beetles eat. Some are as big as a hand. Do you like beetles? Beetles are fun to learn about. By, Leslie M.

16: Dragonflies Do you like dragonflies? Dragonflies live in the pond so they can lay their eggs. Tiny fish are what dragonflies eat. Some dragonflies are as big as a hand or as small as a finger. They fly as fast as a car. Dragonflies are great to learn about. By, Beverly R.

17: Beetles Have you ever seen beetles? Beetles live in soil because they feel safe. They can eat dead animals. Did you know that some beetles are as big as a hand? Guess what? Beetles have horns to fight with. Beetles rock! By, Gabriel C.

18: Dragonflies Have you seen a dragonfly? Tiny fish are what dragonflies eat. Have you seen dragonflies in your house at night? There are some dragonflies that are as fast as a car when they fly in the sky. Dragonflies can live by waterfalls because they like to be close to the water. I like to write about dragonflies. By, Tiffany L.

19: Beetles Have you seen a beetle? They like living in the soil. Did you know that beetles have hard wings to protect their soft wings? Did you know that a beetle can swim under water. Beetles like to eat dead animals. Beetles are amazing. By, Eduardo N.

20: Dragonflies Dragonflies are cool. Dragonflies live by the pond because they like to lay their eggs in the pond. Dragonflies like to eat tiny fish. Did you know that a dragonfly can fly in the air backwards? Did you know that dragonflies are older than dinosaurs? A dragonfly lives by a waterfall. Dragonflies are an interesting insect. By, Jahayra M.

21: Beetles Beetles are so amazing. Did you know that some beetles swim under water? Beetles can be as big as someone’s hand! Some kinds of beetles can live in caves. Worms are what beetles eat from the mud. Now, do you know why beetles are cool? By, Rafael C.

22: Dragonflies Dragonflies are amazing. Dragonflies eat insects. An interesting fact is that dragonflies lay their eggs in the water. A dragonfly is as fast as a car when they fly. A dragonfly likes to live by the waterfalls because they like to be in the water. Dragonflies are awesome. By, Samantha O.

23: Beetles Beetles are cool. Pollen is one thing beetles eat. Beetles live in caves. They have horns to fight with. There are some beetles that are as big as your hand. It was fun to learn about beetles. By, Samantha M.

24: Dragonflies Would you like to learn about dragonflies? They live by the river because they like water. Dragonflies eat tiny fish. Dragonflies do tricks in the air. They are older than the dinosaurs. Dragonflies are fun to learn about. By, Gerardo M.

25: Beetles Have you ever heard of a beetle? The beetles shelter is a waterfall because the beetle likes to be close to the water. Beetles eat plants. Beetles smell and feel with their antennas. Beetles have horns to fight with. Beetles are fun to learn about. By, Rosa C.

26: Works Cited Green, Emily. World of Insects: Dragonflies. 2007. Hall, Margaret. Beetles. 2006. Hall, Margaret. Dragonflies. 2006. Julivert, Maria Angels. The Fascinating World of Beetles. 1995. Still, John. Amazing Beetles. 1991. St. Pierre, Stephanie. Dragonfly. 2002.

27: This 2nd grade project meets the following standards: Selects and reads a variety of text -Reads a variety of genre including fiction, non-fiction and poetry Uses writing process effectively for a variety of purposes and audiences -Uses graphic organizers -Produces personal narrative, friendly letter and report Uses information from a variety of sources -Selects topic and identifies sources of information with teacher support -Conducts simple search -Organizes information with graphic organizer Life Science -Describes the habitat needs, structures, behavior, and life cycles of common insects Science as a particular way of knowing -Distinguishes between fiction and non-fiction science books From: www.adams12.org/files/curriculum/report_card_curriculum.pdf

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