Hello! My name is Mrs. McNulty.

Please travel with me to Nova Scotia to study climate change and mammals!

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Mammals and Climate Change










Here are the links we looked at today to help guide our discussion about the two areas of focus for the expedition:
mammals & climate change.

http://www.kidzone.ws/animals/mammals.htm
http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/kids/


Today many were surprised to learn about a mammal that lays eggs!


Memory check:

  • Do you remember what four attributes all mammals have in common?
  • What is the name of this special mammal who lays eggs?
  • What are some ways ecosystems can be changed?


21 comments:

  1. The type of mammal that lays eggs is called the duckbilled platapus
    Some ways that ecosystems change are: by humans or by nature( earthquakes, hurricanes itc.)

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  2. The four attributes of ALL mammals is their all warm blooded, has hair or fur, drinks milk, and has a spin or a back bone.

    The special mammal that lays an egg is a platypus .

    Some ways ecosystems can be changed are : pollution, nature,and the weather.

    Guess who --- a student from Thomas Edison Elementary School

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  3. the four attributes of mammals are they are all warm blooded, they all have fur or hair, drinks milk,and a back bone or spin

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  4. the name of the animal that lays eggs are playtapus

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  5. Ecosystems can be changed by nature or humans.

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  6. The four attribute of ALL mammals is they are all warm-blooded,they have fur or hair,they drink milk,they give live birth,and they have spine.

    The mammal who lays eggs is the duckbilled platypus.

    Some ways ecosystems change are:the weather,nature,pollution,and by people (like us).

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  7. thank you MRS.MCNULTY

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  8. Hi Mrs.Mcnulty.Hope you enjoy the trip!I'll miss you.Good luck working with the scientists exploring animals.Tell us about when you get back!

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  9. Mammals are warm-blooded
    Mammal Babies drink milk
    Mammals have spines
    Mammals have fur or hair


    Sincerely,
    Zach M. =)

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  10. Mrs.McNulty,it`s really cool that you can learn about all these animals.- Catherine

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  11. Thank You Mrs. Mcnulty

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  12. i hope you will have a safe trip and all 4th graders your and my class

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  13. mammals are warm blooded, come from mommy, drink milk from mom,and have hair or fur.

    from,
    Ona

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  14. hey MS.Mcnulty it is really cool that you get to learn and study all about these animals.I hope you have a fun and great time.

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  15. I hope you have a great trip. There is a lot to learn in Nova Scotia!

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  16. Mammals are warm blooded,they have hair or fur,they have a spine,and they drink milk. The special mammal that lays eggs are platypus.

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  17. the special mammal that lays eggs are a platypus.Mammals are warm blooded,they have fur or hair,they also have a spine,and they drink milk


    sincerely,

    Elvina G.=)

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  18. Hi! It sounds like you are learning so much. We just got back to school after Spring Break and it just isn't the same without you. Have a great time.

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  19. Hi Mrs. McNulty,

    Just read your blog. Great photos. Are you the one holding the scat? Eeks! I will be sharing your blog with the class. What animals have you seen so far?
    Enjoy your trip.
    Mrs. Forbes

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  20. have a safe trip back dekota

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