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Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Show and Tell Tuesday: Beardies and Bugs

I am linking up with Stephanie over at "Forever in Fifth grade" for "Show and Tell Tuesday." I just have to share about my beautiful beardies!

Meet my new boy!
He is a three year old Bearded Dragon. I adopted him this week. He is quite large, about two feet long. His  name  is Reptar but I just like to call him "Big Boy."

Here is the baby bearded dragon. He's thriving!
He has doubled in length since I have had him. He is up to 10 inches from snout to the tip of his tail. He is shedding like crazy which is a great indicator of growth.


I bought a hornworm to feed to my bearded dragon, but it turned into a pupa before I was able to give it to him to eat! I put it in the net, so I could watch it change. This is a very large moth.  I may do this next year with my class. I found a site that has some resources on it http://earthsbirthday.org/bugs/hornworms



4 comments:

  1. I have thought and thought about a bearded dragon... mostly because I love the idea of having a DRAGON! I have had almost every kind of pet over my years of teaching... but these days, with all the extra time I HAVE to spend in the classroom, I just can't add one more time consuming, and money consuming thing. I have to settle for fish, snails and a little shrimp. It makes me really sad because I love animals and think they are important to kids. GOOD for you! Thanks for sharing and continue to enjoy Big Boy :) See you around. Kathleen

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  2. Aw, I love your bearded dragon. Can you believe I never held one until last year? I should add that I'm 42!!!!

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  3. Great pics of your bearded dragons! I'll stick to my furry doodles though...Thanks for linking up!

    Stephanie
    Forever in Fifth Grade

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  4. Your bearded dragons are so neat. I used to be a little creeped out by reptiles, but I'm starting to really appreciate them (except for snakes). I was considering getting mealworms for the classroom. The kids love to watch things metamorphose.
    Jan
    Laughter and Consistency

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