Jocelyn: I learned that the red worms like to crawl up and out of things, unless they are thin. They go around the thin things when they are blocking their way. They also love crawling out onto the floor.
Alex: I learned that the red worms go in and out with their bodies.
Elena: I learned that one kind of isopod has a flat shell and one kind has a bent shell. And the worms can go around big things.
Hazel: If you push on the red worms, they start rolling like they're dancing. Sometimes, the isopods roll up into balls. The pill bugs do the same thing.
Noah: They all have slime except for one of them, the isopods. I noticed that they all have ways to defend themselves.
Claudia: I didn't know that red worms could curl up into a ball.
Mia: I learned that rolly pollies like to roll up when they're scared. I also learned that snails like veggies.
Connor: I learned that when you shake isopods up in a cup, they roll up into a ball. That happens with pill bugs, too.
Oliver: I learned that land snails eat lettuce and apples. I learned that goldfish didn't go into a tube that much, they just swim around. I learned that the worms freak out alot and can jump around when they get scared.
Henry: I learned that goldfish have eyes, six fins, a mouth, and a tail. They are the color orange. Have you seen goldfish? Snails leave a trail of slime and eat lettuce. Red worms are strong and skinny.
Miles: The red worms move silently and move around an obstacle. Goldfish are mostly orange and white. Goldfish have a weird shape and they like to play around. They also like to dart around the water.
Remy: I learned that goldfish like food that was made in a factory for them. I noticed that isopods like to eat carrots.
Reese: Goldfish sometimes swim on their sides when they play dead. One of the isopods roll up and some of them don't . The land snails were super sticky and kept going from my left to right hand.
Olin: I noticed that red worms curled up and then they went straight.
Max: I learned that red worms move really fast. I learned that land snails also move really fast. The isopods rolled into a ball. Some goldfish are actually silver.
Eli: I learned that an isopods can curl up into a ball. I learned that a goldfish is really little.
Jude: I learned that the snails and the worms feel really weird, kind of like blobby stuff.
Rachel: I learned that goldfish swim with their tail and that helps them move.
Siena: I noticed that one of the goldfish was laying on its back, and I I thought he was dead. We thought he might be sleeping, but he was dead. Very dead. The snail was really hungry so he ate paper instead of food! Now the other goldfish is very happy swimming in the water.
Aleena: I've noticed that some of the snails move really, really, really slow. And the isopods have been curling into balls. Some of the goldfish died. Did you know that there was slime on their scales?