Wow Penguins, you sure do know a lot about worms! Those were some great animations too. I hope you all had a lovely holiday.Love Miss Lavakula
Did you like touching the worms? I think my students would either want to touch them, or scream! I think your video was excellent.
Hi Penguins,That was a really cool movie.I didn't really know that much about worms. I really think worms are slimy and yuck,But now I know that worms are amazing.You should proberbly blog me the pukekos.Well bye for now.See you on your next movie.Bye.
Hi There !What a lot of worms ! Where did you get them from ?Mrs. She
I never knew that cats ate worms! I've learnt so much from your blog, keep up the great work. Miss MacKinlay :)
Wow PenguinsThat was a really nice video.Were the worms nice to touch I think so.I am really looking forward to more videos.Well bye for now and keep it up.bye.Mubasshira
Hi PenquinsGreat work guys. You all looked great in the video. I didn't know that the bumpy bit on the Noke(worm) was called a saddle. Thanks Joe. Mrs Adams
Well done Penguins!! You have done a lot of research about worms. I liked the way you had the photo of the person who was talking so I could see what you look like. You all spoke really clearly. Great job!!!Mrs Gleeson
What a great post for a blog. We have been learning about worms too and really enjoyed answering your questions!3 Metres! thats a long worm!
What a great movie. I didn't know worms could be three metres long! That's a bit frightening. Did you put all your worms in a worm bin or did you decide to let them go free?
Great work Pt England,we really liked the way you answered the quiestion very clearly. you have done really good researching on worms.wonderful.SPX Room 6
OOOHH the saddle sounds pretty discusting and EEEEHHHH???????
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