1) Take a picture of your card with your partner's drawing of it.
(2) Take a picture of your story.
(3) Upload both pictures onto a new blog entry entitled, "Describing a Character." Make sure it can be read.
(4) Answer the following questions:
How hard was it to describe your creature?
What did you do well?
What do you wish you did better so your partner could have drawn it better?
How well did you do in drawing your partner's creature?
What do you wish they did better to have helped you draw the creature better?
1. It was essay to describe it because it was an adorable creature. 2. I think I explained the eyes really good. I wish I said a few circles. I think I did drawing good because she described it well. 3. Well what would have helped her is if I put in it it that it was curled up. 4. I think I did pretty good because she described it good. 5. What would have helped if she said it big ears.
We have gravity so we do not float in are sleep. It keeps us on the ground. We have eyes to see. We have platelets to create scabs. So we do not bleed to death. Are ears to hear and if you are blind the you rely need it.
The Alien has hands to grab the jellyfish and to swim. The Alien mouth to eat the jellyfish and to breath. It tales to swim around and to knock the life out of it. Eyes to see the jellyfish and to blend in more. It is blue to blend in to the water and the top of the eyes are green to blend in to seaweed.
Do we have cells similar to the aliens you created? How or why not?
Humans (and probably aliens) have cells that have special functions. What are some of these cells and what organs and systems are they a part of?
Similar cells are bone cells provably because it has arms and long eyes going up and the tail is made up with tissue. We have bone cells, brain cells, skin cells, white blood cells, and red blood cells,