House Creatures - Moss
Post on 31-Mar-2016
DESCRIPTIONStudents in Mrs. Moss' 2009-2010 4th grade class created their own creatures while learning about animal adaptations. Check them out!
Our House Creatures by Mrs. Moss 4th grade class 2009-2010 Students created their own creatures while learning about animal adaptations. The Yoke predators is protecting coloring. The yoke predators is a squirrel. She do need oxygen and she breath up air. The yoke eat leaves and other creatures. My animal behavior adaptation is running very fast and walking very fast in order to get food. Yoke Allen-Naishia W. Mrs. Moss Grade 4 October The Yoke has legs and wings. My animal lives under my bed. My creature did not live with her mom when she was a littlie baby and she also like to hunt for other animal like crickets and spiders and she did not have any sisters or brothers. Yoke My animal sneak to get water out of the pond. My animal got to littlie circle to breath for and it breath up air like people. His predator is a vulture. He uses his sharp tail to protect its self. He has a nose that he breaths air threw. My creature eats insects. Spot uses his sharp claws to dig for insects. Spot Brandon P. Mrs. Moss Grade 4 October 2009 He has long legs. That let him run fast. Spot lives in my back yard. His Spots glow at night and this is a behavioral adaptations Spot He gets moisture out of the grown with his claws. He has organs that let him breath. Some humans like to hunt it because its the last of its kind. It uses its structural adaptations like cheetah legs and bird wings to get away. Its structural adaptation to breath in oxygen is a mouth to breath in. The thing that my creature eats is bacteria. It has opposable thumbs so it can pick up food and put it in its mouth. Speckled Cockbird Monkey Chandler Mrs. Moss Grade 4 October 2009 It runs with its cheetah legs and flies with its bird wings. My creature lives both inside and outside of my house. Its as fast as a cheetah and is able to fly at the same time its the last of its kind! Speckled Cockbird Monkey It has opposable thumbs and a mouth to drink water like we do. It instinctively knows how to use them. It breaths in through its mouth. My creatures predator is a cat and my creature can turn clear and blend in with the water. My creature dose not need oxygen in order to breath. My creature eats fish food and it also eats fish kelp my creature stays healthy by its food. My creature has kelp on its fin and when it gets soggy it falls off and thats how my creature gets food. The footer Fish Desiree Mrs. Moss Grade 4 October 2009 The structural and behavioral adaptations my creature has is its fins. At my house my creature lives in my room in a big fish tank. Well there is one more thing about my creature. You dont know is my creature can change colors. The Footer Fish My creature can drink water from its fish tank and the water never runs out. The structure my creature uses for breathing is its fins. My creature has deer as predators. Its behavioral adaptation is that it can jump up in the air and roll up like a donut to get away from the deer. It has to move to get oxygen. My creature eats mosquitoes but only at nighttime when they come out. My animals behavioral adaptation is that it can run fast as a cheetah to get food. Junk Trunk Donyaisja Mrs. Moss Grade 4 October 2009 My creature jumps and rolls. It lives in my house under my bed in the dark. It has a 3 foot long tongue and teeth like a shark very sharp. Creature Name Its structural adaptation is that it gets its water from the creek by my house. The structure is that it breath's through its nose and its legs so they know how far to jump in the air. My creature predators are dogs and cats. It gets in its colorful shell. The structural adaptation that the creature has in order to get oxygen is to breathe with its nose. What my creature eats is grass. My creature gets it with her hand and it puts it in its mouth. Grassy Elizabeth B. Mrs. Moss Grade 4 October 2009 The behavioral adaptation that my creature has is runs when it moves. It mostly lives in the living room. One thing that when it eats to much grass it gets hyper. Grassy The structural my creature is go outside and go to the pond and gets water with its mouth. And it breathes with its nose. Its big, round ,and fat. Dotpot has a predator it is a dog and cat. It swings with its tail sow it can gets a way from predators. My pet gets its oxygen from its mouth. My pet eat leaves. This is how my pet gets its food is . It climbs to gets it food. Dotpot Emily Mrs. Moss Grade 4 October 2009 My Dotpot uses the structural adaptation of legs to walk everywhere it goes. The Dotpot lives in in the whole house. My fantastic dotpot loves to play fetch. It also loves to go out to eat. It also likes to go on the bus. It goes inside and truer on the sink. And it gets in the sink and turns it on and. And the dotpot skin gets the water. In the body and that is how it get the water. The structure that my creature. Uses for breathe is its mouth. The predator is the hawk. It protect it from changing colors near by something thats brown. She breaths out of her beak very slowly. My animal eats worms and other kinds of insects. She swallows its food that is whole in one piece. Packock Pock Faith Mrs. Moss Grade 4 October 2009 By flying and walking that is how it finds her own food. She lives outside by the fence in my yard. Another structural interesting thing about my creature is she changes light colors in the light of the sun. Packock Pock She drinks water by her own bird bath. My structural adaptation animal breaths out of her hard beak. My animals predator is cats and dogs. It has a nose to breath air around it. My animal eats grass and plants. My animals behavioral adaptation is wings. Halloween Bird Hannah M. Mrs. Moss Grade 4 October 2009 My animals structural adaptation is wings. My bird lives in the basement of my house. My animal can fly up to 100 miles per hour. Halloween Bird It has a beak to get water. My Halloween Bird has a beak to breathe. My animal doesnt have any predators. In order for my creature to survive is by staying under water for a long time or running fast or flying up in the air. In order for my creature to get oxygen is that it breathes out from its nose. My creature eats plants. A structural adaptation for my fish is that it uses its wings to fly to get out of the bowl and get its food. Four Legged Fish Rod Hannah W. Mrs. Moss Grade 4 October 2009 The structural and behavioral adaptations that my creature have are its legs to run, its wings to fly, and its gills to swim. My creature lives in a fish bowl on my desk. Another interesting fact about my creature is that it has poison in its spikes. Four legged fish Rod The behavioral adaptation of my creature is that it uses its mouth to get its water because its lives in water. A structure for my creature to breathe is that it uses its gills to breathe under water and its nose to breathe on land. My animals has to avoid bears . He has wings so he can fly away from it. The structural adaptation that he has is a mouth and a nose he uses to get oxygen. . My creature eats insects . He finds it by flying up in the and catch It. Zoo Boo Jesse Mrs. Moss Grade 4 October 2009 His structural adaptations creature has is his legs and his wings in order to move. My creature lives in my living room. He has very long arms so he can reach the cup so he can get some water. Zoo Boo The structural behavioral my creature has to get water is long arms and a mouth. He use his mouth to be able to breath. My animal does not have a predators it just hides in its hard shell every three days. My rocking creature has a human nose connected to its aligator tail. My cool creature eats mold blue cheese. My animal flies to open the refrigerator for some moldy cheese. The Grim Creeper Kathleen Mrs. Moss Grade 4 October 2009 My super cool creature ether flies or walks My dark loving super cool creature lives my bed snoring and singing My animal is a water loving lovful creature The Grim Creeper The structural adaptation my animal has is it stretch's its neck to turn on the fosit. My animal has a nose at the end of its tail to breath oxygen ,and when he is under water he sticks his tail out of the water to breath oxygen. He does have not have one a predator. To breathe he has a mouth and nose. Also he has lungs. This animal eats dust. My animal has behavioral adaptations to look around to find food and lick it up. Dify Matt K. Mrs. Moss Grade 4 October 2009 He has structural adaptation that are legs and wings to move. My creature lives out side of my house. A interesting fact about Dify is he a flying dog. Dify In order for my creature to get water. He walks around and licks up moisture. In order for Dify to get air, he breathes it through its nose. Rats and hawks are his predators that want to make him there meal. He uses camouflage to hide from enemies so they aren't food. My Grass Ratt uses slits in between its eyes for sucking in oxygen and breathing when under water he can hold his breath for 6hrs. It eats grass from my front and backyards that way it never goes hungry and it eats lizards but doesn't eat poisonous lizards. It eats grass from my yards and lizards, by using its teeth to snip off stalks of grass. It doesnt like tall grass or sweet grass, it uses its fangs to kill lizards. Grass Ratt Harrison T. Mrs. Moss Grade 4 October 2009 Short legs help it move fast to escape danger when its 100 yards away to 300yards it can feel it approach. It lives in my yards out side so it can get grass that way it wont die of hunger and it also eats lizards. A structural adaptation is the spikes they eject sometimes when danger is near. A behavioral adaptation is when he needs a shelter from storms he burrows under ground from rain and bad weather. Grass Ratt It sucks water from the ground when moisture is heavy after rain by using his mouth by using its fangs to dig into the ground. It uses slits for sucking in oxygen so it doesnt suffocate that's how he breaths when under water he holds his breath for 6hours! The animals predator is a rabbit and the Ratfrit avoids getting eaten by going in its shell if he does not make it he has thick skin and its hard for it to get hurt. The structural adaptation my animal has to get oxygen is a nose similar to a dogs but it only has one nostril. My creature eats grass, dirt, and leaves. The behavioral adaptation my animal gets food is he either claws it out or digs it out. Rafrit Morgan Mrs. Moss Grade 4 October 2009 One of its structural adaptations that helps it move is using its legs and wings. The Ratfrit lives under my bed. He loves playing fetch, going for walks and playing dead. Ratfrit He has a behavioral adaptation is using its claws to get water from the soil. My animal has a nose just like humans to get oxygen. It does not have any predators. It has two holes in it`s stomach . My creature eats termites and dust. It likes to clean the walls and dust. Super Exterminator Sidney Mrs. Moss Grade 4 October 2009 One structural adaptation is small wings , it can not move in any other way. My creature lives in the attic. One interesting fact is for entertainment my animal flies in circles. Super Exterminator If she can smell the water she can find it. She has a mouth like vacuum. My animal can breath threw it's lungs which are located in it's stomach. The predators that my creatures has Are a lion tiger and bear. My animal structural adaptations to breath is from gills. My creature eats fish. He has a structural adaptation swim and get his food. Thunder Tzyire Mrs. Moss Grade 4 October 2009 The behavioral adaptation my creature has in order to move is he can fly and run. My creature lives in the living room. Another interesting thing about my creature is it can get away from its wet feathers and how it run. Thunder The behavioral adaptation that my creature has in order to get water is he drinks with his mouth. The structure that my creature uses to breathe is he breathe with lung. My creature does not have any predators. It hunts an stand of being hunted. The structural adaptation is that it uses its mouth to get oxygen. He eats cereal and eggs. The behavioral adaptation of my creature is that it can hop and fly to get food. Double Aqua Power William Mrs. Moss Grade 4 October 2009 My creatures structural adaptation to move is its wings. My creature lives on top of my house. My creature has super vision. And it has sonic hearing. It also has a shape shifting tail. Double Aqua Power The behavioral adaptation of my creature is that it can get its water with its tail. The structure is that it uses its lungs to breathe.
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