Atlantic Salmon

Happy #MarineMonday everyone! I am an Atlantic salmon. I live in clean rivers, where I am born. I then start a long journey to the sea, where I live as an adult. I then return to the same river where I was born to make a nest and lay eggs. My journey is fraught with danger! I have some questions for you:

Colour me in so I can start my journey!

1. What do I eat?
2. What do you think I find on my journey to the sea and back?
3. How large do I get?

#NASCO #Internationalyearofthesalmon Cape Farewell Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT)

#onlineeducation #workingfromhome #schoolchildren #stayathome #wildlife #onlineactivites #mondaymorning #salmon #justkeepswimming

Blue Iguana

It’s Friday, and we would like to celebrate our followers by taking species requests on #FollowerFriday. Today’s public choice is a lizard species!

“Colour me in so I can bask!

Happy Friday everyone. I am a Blue Iguana and I am the largest native land animal on Grand Cayman. I like rocky, sunlit, open areas in dry forests or near the shore, I love basking in the sun. I am one of the longest-living lizards: my friend was 67 years old! I have some questions for you:

1. What do I eat?
2. How big can I grow up to?
3. Where is the Grand Cayman?”

#homeschool #homeschoollife #education #homeschooling #onlineeducation #teaching #school #friday #teachingfromhome #stayathome #lizard

Tyrannosaurus Rex

It’s #ThrowbackThursday and we would like to meet our old friend who just to live on Earth.

“Colour me in to preserve me!

Hello, I am a Tyrannosaurus Rex and I am probably the most famous dinosaur. My name come from Greek and Latin words which mean ‘Tyrant Lizard King’. I had 50-60 banana-sized teeth! I had small arms that were extremely powerful and had two clawed fingers. I have some questions for you:

1. What did I eat?
2. How big was I when I was fully grown?
3. In what time period did I live on the Earth?”

#onlineeducation #workingfromhome #schoolchildren #stayathome #wildlife #onlineactivites #TRex

Shoebill

Happy hump day everyone! Today is #WeirdWildlifeWednesday and we would like you to meet our feathered friend.

“Colour me in so I can fly!

“Hello, I am a Shoebill, and I am known as Whale-head or Shoe-billed Stork. I get my name from my most distinctive feature, my beak that is shaped like a shoe which can grow up to 9 inches long. I have some questions for you:

1. Where do I live?
2. What do I like to eat?
3. How big can I grow up to?”

#onlineeducation #workingfromhome #schoolchildren #stayathome #wildlife #onlineactivites #shoebill

Giraffe

Today is #TerrestrialTuesday! Terrestrial simply means anything that lives on land, so today we would like you to meet our tall friend.

“Colour me in so I can graze!

Happy Tuesday everyone! I am a giraffe and I am the tallest animal in the world. I have a very long neck to reach the tastiest leaves of the tallest trees, and it helps me to look out for any predators. I have long tongues (which grow to a whopping 53cm!) to help me pull down leaves growing way up high. Some questions for you:

1. Which country do I live in?
2. What are the actual names of the ‘horn’ like structures on my head?
3. What are a group of giraffes called?”

#homeschool #homeschoollife #education #homeschooling #onlineeducation #teaching #school #teachingfromhome #stayathome #giraffe

Great Hammerhead Shark

It’s #MarineMonday and we would like you to meet our marine friend.

“Colour me in so I can swim!

Hello! I am a Great Hammerhead Shark! Many people are afraid of me and my other friend species, but did you know you are more likely to injure yourself taking a selfie that being around me? I am the largest of all the other hammerhead species! I hace some questions for you:

  1. Where do I live?
  2. What do I eat?
  3. How long can I grow up to?”

Three-toed Sloth

It is finally Friday, and we would like to celebrate our followers by taking species requests on #FollowerFriday. Today’s public choice is a sloth!

“Colour me in so we can hang out!

“Happy Friday everyone. I am a Three-toed sloth and yes, you’ve guessed it, I have three toes on my hands and feet. Lots of people will be wishing they are going out tonight, but why not hang out with me and take it easy in a tree. It’s time to enjoy the slow life I live for now, hang in there…I do have some questions for you:

1. How often do I eat?
2. Which way does my fur grow?
3. How long do I sleep a day?”

Message us for any species you would like to see!

#homeschool #homeschoollife #education #homeschooling #onlineeducation #teaching #school #friday #teachingfromhome #stayathome #sloth

Triceratops

It’s #ThrowbackThursday and we would like to meet our old friend who just to live on Earth

“Colour me in to preserve me!

“Hello, I am I triceratops and I am a dinosaur. I was on the Earth about 65 million years ago (Creatceous period). I am one of the most easily recognizable dinosaurs due to my large body, unique frill and three horns. I needed these horns to try and protect myself from the Tyrannosaurus Rex which lived during the same period. I have some questions for you:

  1. What did I eat?
  2. How big was I when I was fully grown?
  3. Where was my first fossil found?”

#homeschool #homeschoollife #education #homeschooling #onlineeducation #teaching #school #humpday #teachingfromhome #stayathome #triceratops #dinosaur

Pangolin

#WeirdWildlifeWednesday and we would like you to meet our strange friend.

“Colour me in so I can find some tasty food!

“Hello, I am a pangolin, and I am often called a scaly anteater. I am the only mammal with scales on my skin! I have a really long tongue which I love to catch my food with. If I get scared, I quickly curl up into a ball to protect myself. I have some questions for you:

1. Where do I live?
2. What do I like to eat?
3. Do I like to come out at night (nocturnal) or the day (diurnal)?”

#homeschool#homeschoollife#education#homeschooling#onlineeducation#teaching#school#humpday#teachingfromhome#stayathome#pangolin

Tarsier

Today is #TerrestrialTuesday! Terrestrial simply means anything that lives on land, so today we would like you to meet our tree friend.

“Colour me in so I can climb!

Happy Tuesday everyone! I am a Tarsier and I am a primate. I got my name from the very long bones in my feet! I have HUGE eyes, perfect for my nocturnal lifestyle, which means I am only awake when it is dark outside. I only live in trees; it is very comfy for me! Some questions for you:


1. Which country do I live in?
2. What do I eat?
3. How big am I when I am fully grown?”

#homeschool#homeschoollife#education#homeschooling#onlineeducation#teaching#school#mondaymorning#teachingfromhome#stayathome#wildlifecraftclub