Habitats 2nd Grade – Miss Barnes’ class Acrostic Poems
O C E A N
N the sea shore day and night people see light
amouflage creatures lurk around coral reefs.
roding sand emerges from the bottom of the ocean.
nemones open up to make a home.
on-stop actions are down in the sea swimming away or catching their pray
and when your outside going fishing, lots of fish are probably thinking: let me out! Let me be free!
F O R E S T
urry animals wondering here and there.
wls out at night hunting all of the mice.
ustling leaves fall off of the redwood tree.
lk gulping down dead trees.
neaky squirrels sprint up trees.
ough raccoons avoid the fat bears.
D E S E R T
romedary's are a kind of camel.
nemies like Caracals are kinds of mammals.
alty sand blows out every direction.
ven though itâ€™s so hot a spider can live in this spot.
ed racers use a coach whip maneuver that is like how a snake moves.
here are tall sand dunes in the desert.
Giraffes are tough, rough, and tall. Rivers running through the land making a trickle trickle. Adventuring through the savannah. Snakes can journey in to the grasslands. Savannah is another name for this HUGE habitat. Lions roam the vicious lands of the prairie. Animals on the prowl. Night approaches and the leopards are lurking around. Dazzling grass sways in the wind.
A R C T I C
vast layer of ice called an ice cap covers the land.
acing wolves out at night.
oated with shimmering snow.
owering snow piles on the ground.
gloos are toasty inside.
alm snow sparkles all day.
R I V E R S
acing crocodiles race for fish.
tâ€™s always a good time to watch the glamorous river
icious crocodiles waiting for a snack.
veryone wants to see the James River.
adiant fish racing to win.
mall rocks float away.
B A Y S
eautiful fish splash in the daylight.
dult turtles care for their young.
oung frogs admiring their new legs.
wimming tadpoles slither through water.
P O N D S
rehistoric bones are buried in the sand.
pponents try to eat their prey.
ation wide waters have really pretty fish
etermined dragonflies fly lopsided.
loshing water flies around.
Rain drizzles down the long trunk of the trees. Active animals roam at night. I see birds flying through the air. Nectar eating bats are from South America.
Fish jump in the air and shine in the sun. On the wet tree branches birds lay eggs in their nests. Running animals escaping from their predators Excited birds chirping joyful song Stay for a little while and see the incredible hummingbirds Try to remember to be careful with nature!
Jumping frogs hopping on the ground Underground worms swimming in the dirt Numerous creatures waiting to be discovered Green tree snakes trying to kill their prey Leafy trees are home to chimpanzees monkeys Entire families of animals living in the wild
Published on Jun 3, 2013