MRS. BOLIN'S CLASS MAKES NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS
ACROSTIC FOR SNAP! A BOOK ABOUT ALLIGATORS AND CROCODILES
S pecial flaps of skin keep the water out as they eat. Other flaps cover their ears and nostrils.
N ests of alligators are made of twigs, grass, and mud. It packs it and may be as large as a king-sized bed.
A lligators and crocodiles also have extra eyelids. They’re like goggles. They protect the animals eyes under water. Yet the animal can still see.
P ebbles are eaten to hold them down in the water. Plovers and herons pick bugs from their teeth and scales. Alligators have a U-shaped snout. Crocodiles have a V-shaped snout.
By: Deven, Jorja, Alex, Kyle, Jessica, and Lillian