my beaded dragons by aaron y5

2012
05.30

On Wednesday the 2nd of May, I went with my mum and dad to get two bearded dragons. One is a baby one and the other one is his mother. They are a type of lizard. You need to stroke their backs and not anywhere else otherwise they will die! You should stroke their backs carefully and upwards . t

They eat insects and fish and rats tails. They have to have space otherwise they will die and they can’t breathe. The lizreds live in a big tank where i have made a laying bed in it so they can have a rest. You feed them twice a day and night. But in the night you feed them fish and in the daytime feed them insects or rats tail. They like laying on top of each other and they also like water and blood. Their names are: the boy one is called Jamie and the mother one is called Aimee . The baby one likes laying on the bed the most because he is the lazy one, but eevry time he lays on there his mother always nudges him off it but gentally, so she doesn’t hurt him. If you move when they are on you they will claw you in the belly, it dosenet hurt. Hope you enjoyed reading it thank you.

11 Responses to “my beaded dragons by aaron y5”

  1. Abbie says:

    so how is it keeping bearded dragon?

  2. abbie says:

    so Aaron how is it having a beaded dragons in your home

  3. ellie says:

    your bearded dragons sound like amazing fasinating pets

  4. tom says:

    What colour are they?
    Which is your favourite?

  5. Miss Brown at Market Deeping Community Primary School says:

    Hello Aaron,

    Thank you for showcasing to the world on your class blog your fantastic facts about Bearded Dragons. My class of year 4 children were really intrigued to read your post and as a result have created their own research on Beaded Dragons at home! In school we have completed extensive research on Komodo Dragons and helped produced the last chapter of Professor Drake’s book. This is yet to be published as he is still undergoing research on the Lesser Sunda Island. We all have our fingers crossed he arrives home safely! We love reptiles and our science topic is habitats so your facts on Bearded dragons was a great find! Well done!

    Miss Brown and her Y4 Panthers class

    • Jessica says:

      Thankyou for giving up time to comment on Aaron’s blog, we are really glad that you liked it.
      We are all glad to know that we helped your class.

  6. jordan says:

    where did you get them

  7. harrye says:

    Your bearded dragon sounds really cool

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  8. Jack says:

    Your bearded dragon sounds really cool

  9. Gretchen says:

    Wow! thats so cool! I know a friend who has a bearded dragon. What are their names?
    Gretchen
    Richards school
    Whitefish Bay, WI USA

  10. Ms. Kreul says:

    Aaron, you have done a wonderful job teaching us all a bit about bearded dragons. They sound like very unusual pets. How large are they both now? Where do you get their food?

    Ms. Kreul
    Richards School
    Whitefish Bay, WI USA

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