Remember this traditional song, y’all?
My how the year has gone by faster then I expected ever known
My how the year has gone by faster then I expected.
Aloha Thanksgiving- giving!
Ball Kick Game
The point of the whole game is to see how many bounces you can do before the ball rolls away. Beat your record!
What you’ll need:
A Medium Playground Ball
A Safe Outdoor Area
1 or more player(s)
How You Play:
1. Hold your ball in your hand.
2. Set the stopwatch.
3. Bounce the ball once.
4. Quickly put your knee cap below the ball.
5. Put your knee down.
6. Put your hands in front of you to catch the ball.
7. Repeat steps #2, #3, #4, and #5!
Compare who got the highest time if doing it with more people.
The reward is up to you! You don’t have to have a reward.
Here are some ideas for the reward:
Have a day off
That’s all the ideas!
My mother Camilla thinks it looks like a “A”. I did this stretch last night.
Here’s what you need:
Strong legs and hands
1. Put your feet 5 hands apart and put your hands 5 hands apart but above the feet.
2.Then slowly let your legs collapse along with your hands.
3. Rest a few minutes then repeat as much as you like.
May hurt your legs a little. Might hear ankle pop.
*Especially met for gymnastic people.
Here’s August’s monthly photos!
I’m on Instagram! Every month I’ll post some photos from Instagram if there is new ones. Hope most of them will be breathtaking to you!
Facts: The largest of all the Asian big cats, tigers rely primarily on sight and sound rather than smell. They typically hunt alone and stalk prey. A tiger can consume up to 88 pounds of meat at one time. On average, tigers give birth to 2-3 cubs every 2-2.5 years. If all the cubs in one litter die, a second litter may be produced within 5 months.
Tigers generally gain independence at two years of age and attain sexual maturity at 3-4 years for females and at 4-5 years for males. Juvenile mortality is high however—about half of all cubs do not survive more than two years. Tigers have been known to reach the age of 26 years in the wild. Across their range, tigers face unrelenting pressure from poaching, retaliatory killings and habitat loss. They are forced to compete for space with dense and often growing human populations.
Explanation: The animal pictures Billie sent made me get the idea!
An endangered butterfly, the Green Hairstreak Butterfly is isolated to three small parts of the city: Hawk Hill Park,Rocky Outcrop Park, and a small portion of the Presidio. Green Hairstreak larvae feed exclusively on the Coastal Buckwheat and conservation projects have focused on creating a corridor of these plants to “bridge” the three populations and prevent inbreeding. There are 50 green hair streaked butterflies left!
Explanation: Thomas just looked randomly and came along this.
Guinea pigs are tail-less rodents that are native to the west coast of South America and since the mid-1800′s, laboratories have used them for research. The correct name for guinea pigs is Cavy, pronounced “kay-vee”.
Guinea pigs usually weigh around 3 ounces at birth, around 1-2 pounds full grown, and live for 5-6 years. An adult will measure 8-10 inches from the tip of its nose to the end of its rump. Their hair comes in a wide range of colors and the hair may be long, short or short and curly. Cavies have a very good sense of smell and sensitive hearing. They love to vocalize with squeals, chirps, squeaks, and whistles. Although not known for their intelligence, they do recognize their owners and will seek them out and return affection.
Explanation: Lovey wanted this because she doesn’t have another guinea pig friend and she’s worried about other guinea pigs.
Notice: Guinea pigs aren’t endangered!
Facts: Acrodipsas illidgei is an endangered butterfly inhabiting mangrove forests in southeastern Queensland, Australia. Concern over the effects of mosquito control activities prompted a broad-scale survey for the species at Coomera Island, in southeastern Queensland. The butterfly was recorded on the edge of an old-growth mangrove forest in close proximity to mosquito control runnels. Other forms of mosquito control at Coomera Island are unlikely to impact on the species because of the mode of action of larvicides used and the fact larvae occur within ant colonies formed in hollow stems and branches of mangrove trees. Further studies are required to more fully understand the relationships between mosquito control activities and the population dynamics of endangered species such as A. illidgei.
Explanation: I chose this because I was just scrolling around!
New evidence suggests that the polar bear, Ursus maritimus, or the sea bear, started to evolve about five million years ago from brown bear ancestors. Unlike their land-based cousins, polar bears are superbly adapted for survival in the Far North on a sea ice habitat.
Polar bears live in the Arctic in areas where theyhunt seals at openings in sea ice called leads. Five nations have polar bear populations: the United States (Alaska), Canada, Russia, Greenland, and Norway.
Polar bears top the food chain in the Arctic, where they prey primarily on ringed seals. They reach these seals from a platform of sea ice.
Adult male polar bears weigh from 775 to 1,200 pounds. A few weigh more than 1,200 pounds, but these individuals would be exceptional. Females normally weigh 330 to 650 pounds. It’s not uncommon for female polar bears preparing to enter maternity dens in the fall to weigh over 600 pounds.
Females usually bear two cubs. Single cubs and triplets also occur depending on the health and condition of the mother. Cubs stay with their moms for up to 2-1/2 years, learning how to hunt and survive in the harsh arctic environment. Polar bears live in the circumpolar north in areas where they can hunt seals at openings in the sea ice called leads. They are found in Canada (home to roughly 60% of the world’s polar bears), the U.S. (Alaska), Greenland, Russia, and Norway (the Svalbard archipelago). Scientists have identified 19 populations of polar bears living in four differentice regions in the Arctic. Although popular art and children’s books often show polar bears and penguins together, the two live at opposite poles. Polar bears live in the Arctic. Penguins live in Antarctica.
Explanation: Thomas knew that polar bear was a bear and it was endangered and that is why he chose this animal!