Mr. Dewire and Mrs. Sullivan were back today for another great lesson about Connecticut’s habitats.
They told us about oak, pine, and maple trees. (Does anyone remember the state tree of Connecticut?) We also learned about all the special insects that live in forests – like beetles, cicadas, moths, butterflies, and the amazing “walking-stick” bug. Of course we learned about forest birds and their nests, things that live under leaves and logs, and things that live in logs. Below are pictures of some of the incredible things they showed us.