August 27, 2014

Kids create a new animal

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Sixth grader Sabrina Nardone created Shark-adee-moo, half shark, half chickadee and cow on its mother’s side. Sabrina says ‘This animal can fly and it eats fish and small insects with its rows of sharp teeth. Its colors and sounds resemble that of a cow, but don’t be fooled by its cute nature! This animal is extremely aggressive and if you ever see one run before it…’

Sixth grader Sabrina Nardone created Shark-adee-moo, half shark, half chickadee and cow on its mother’s side. Sabrina says ‘This animal can fly and it eats fish and small insects with its rows of sharp teeth. Its colors and sounds resemble that of a cow, but don’t be fooled by its cute nature! This animal is extremely aggressive and if you ever see one run before it…’

 

Watch your hot sauce usage around Spike, made by John Kerbaugh, Grade 2.

Watch your hot sauce usage around Spike, made by John Kerbaugh, Grade 2.

Fourth grader Jacob Ludwar created the rhinosnake, which lives in the forests of the U.S. and Asia. It eats rats, fish, bats and other snakes and grows 15-20 feet long. It lives up to 38 to 40 years and has a poisonous horn on the top of its head. Seen above, Old 26er is the biggest rhinosnake ever found.

Fourth grader Jacob Ludwar created the rhinosnake, which lives in the forests of the U.S. and Asia. It eats rats, fish, bats and other snakes and grows 15-20 feet long. It lives up to 38 to 40 years and has a poisonous horn on the top of its head. Seen above, Old 26er is the biggest rhinosnake ever found.

Kindergartener Koa Plante created Kitkoala, a combination of a kitten and koala bea

Kindergartener Koa Plante created Kitkoala, a combination of a kitten and koala bea

Second grader Betty Buehler created the Earthfish.

Second grader Betty Buehler created the Earthfish.

 

Kindergartener Cheyenne Morin created the guinedog, a combination of a guinea pig and dog.

Kindergartener Cheyenne Morin created the guinedog, a combination of a guinea pig and dog.

Kindergarterner Madi Tucker invented a Pigacorn, a combination of a unicorn and a pig.

Kindergarterner Madi Tucker invented a Pigacorn, a combination of a unicorn and a pig.

‘Nightwing,’ by Gus Serinese, Grade 4.

‘Nightwing,’ by Gus Serinese, Grade 4.

Kindergartener Teagan Osborne created the skunkchuck, a combination of a skunk and a woodchuck.

Kindergartener Teagan Osborne created the skunkchuck, a combination of a skunk and a woodchuck.

Kindergartener Danny Hunt created the crocabearamoose, combining a crocodile, bear and moose.

Kindergartener Danny Hunt created the crocabearamoose, combining a crocodile, bear and moose.

Kindergartener Jacklyn Whitter created the Platypusgiraffe. According to Jacklyn, it is a combination of a platypus and a giraffe. It can swim like a platypus and eat leaves like a giraffe. His name is Oliver. He likes to build sandcastles in the summer and eat colorful bracelets.

Kindergartener Jacklyn Whitter created the Platypusgiraffe. According to Jacklyn, it is a combination of a platypus and a giraffe. It can swim like a platypus and eat leaves like a giraffe. His name is Oliver. He likes to build sandcastles in the summer and eat colorful bracelets.

Fourth grader Tanner Wolpert created the Crocokeet. Here’s how Tanner describes it: Behold, the awesome, the cool, CROCOKEET (cue the dramatic music). The Crocokeet is two meters long. The Crocokeet is semi aquatic and can fly like a parakeet (mostly because he is 50 percent parakeet). There are only ten in the world, so it is protected in all of the world. The diet of this extraordinary animal is fish, large birds and platypuses.

Fourth grader Tanner Wolpert created the Crocokeet. Here’s how Tanner describes it:
Behold, the awesome, the cool, CROCOKEET (cue the dramatic music). The Crocokeet is two meters long. The Crocokeet is semi aquatic and can fly like a parakeet (mostly because he is 50 percent parakeet). There are only ten in the world, so it is protected in all of the world. The diet of this extraordinary animal is fish, large birds and platypuses.

Fourth grader Carmella Martone’s invented animal is a dog bird.

Fourth grader Carmella Martone’s invented animal is a dog bird.

 

Polo, by Oliver Cheer, Grade 2, has a pig’s body, elephant’s nose, a duck’s beak, a bird’s wing and a fish tail.

Polo, by Oliver Cheer, Grade 2, has a pig’s body, elephant’s nose, a duck’s beak, a bird’s wing and a fish tail.

Natashka Pankey-Siebert, Grade 1, created Mouse Dragon, a mouse and a dragon that protects castles and squirts water to put fires out.

Natashka Pankey-Siebert, Grade 1, created Mouse Dragon, a mouse and a dragon that protects castles and squirts water to put fires out.

Fourth grader Gavin Schaaf created the fearsome Fragator.

Fourth grader Gavin Schaaf created the fearsome Fragator.

Celia Perkins, grade 1, created a flying dog, basically a phoenix and a dog.

Celia Perkins, grade 1, created a flying dog, basically a phoenix and a dog.

Jonas Keim, grade 4, invented the snagon.

Jonas Keim, grade 4, invented the snagon.

Blubber, created by Marin Hemmett, grade 2, loves to play the bongos, lick shiny and glittery things and play with makeup. He has a friend named Bananas. He loves to read any books with one word on each page.

Blubber, created by Marin Hemmett, grade 2,
loves to play the bongos, lick shiny and glittery things and play with makeup. He has a friend named Bananas. He loves to read any books with one word on each page.

Fuzzball by Elizabeth Parent, Grade 2. This animal is covered in fuzz. Fuzzball loves to swim and she loves to do art and live in a one-room house. And she loves to eat fish with fuzz.

Fuzzball by Elizabeth Parent, Grade 2. This animal is covered in fuzz. Fuzzball loves to swim and she loves to do art and live in a one-room house. And she loves to eat fish with fuzz.

First grader Parker Leonard created Fryface. Its power is flying.

First grader Parker Leonard created Fryface. Its power is flying.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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