How to Hide a Butterfly

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     A cheetah in the bush.                                                                                                         Owl in the tree

                                                              The Walking-stick by Douglas Florian 

            The walking-stick is thin, not thick,
                                   and has a disappearing trick:
                                   By looking like a twig or stalk,
                                   It lives another day to walk.

Today we had the students working on how animals have the ability to camouflage themselves imitating plants,  the ground, or even other animals in order to hide or hunt. They camouflage to survive, to live another day.

How to Hide a Butterfly
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About Erika Yano

Born in Uruguay. Graduated from FIU with a B.S. in Early Childhood. I am a 1st Grade Teacher. I have had the privilege of being an educator of young children for more than 20 years! I can honestly say I love going to school every day! I love to create hands on learning experiences for my students and help them love school and love learning! Enjoy taking a peek into 1st grade world!

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