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How we change, but we stay the same

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Steven Cuevas

on 27 February 2014

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How we change, but we stay the same
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Welcome parents, teachers and students. 1st Grade will present our 4th project “How we change, but we stay the same.”
Changes in Nature
From an egg to a Butterfly
Changes in Nature
From a seed to an Apple Tree
As you can see, everything changes one way or another but we are still the same.
Humans Change
When we are babies we need help from Mom and Dad.
Mom helps us to:
eat, walk, play, speak.
When we grow we go to school and we learn to write, read, add, subtract and make friends.
When we are adults we study and work and make a family.
A butterfly starts with an egg.
The egg breaks and a caterpillar appears.
The caterpillar makes a cocoon.
The cocoon breaks and the butterfly flies.
A farmer plants and cares for the seed.
The seed sprouts and the plant begins to grow.
The plant transforms into a tree.
The tree gives flowers.
The flowers transform into apples.
Changes in Sates of Matter
Our planet has 3 states of matter: solid, liquid and gas.
Earth is solid, ocean and rivers are liquid, and clouds are gas.
When ice (solid) gets hot turns into water (liquid).
When water (liquid )gets hot turns into vapour (gas).
When vapour (gas) gets cold turns into water (liquid).
When water (liquid) gets cold turns into ice (solid).
Thank you!
Hope you enjoyed it.

1st Grade :D
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