Rainforest Animals at Bentley School

Painting the windows

Crocodiles

Making Crocodiles

Making Snakes

Making a Cheetah

The year 1 children have done a great job making animals from recycled materials to put in the Rainforest.  After studying what ‘Endangered’ and ‘Extinct’ means, its sad to say, that many of the animals they are looking at may not be around for their lifetimes.     The children remembered many animals they had seen, on an outing to Perth Zoo last month.

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One Response to Rainforest Animals at Bentley School

  1. rainforest says:

    Flowering plants, it seems, foster and perpetuate their own diversity, and simultaneously bolster the diversity of animals and other plants generally.

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