Cycle Of Life

Last week, Nathan’s Mum Marisa bought along some sea monkeys to school.  It works in perfectly with our work on the cycle of life!  On Friday we prepared the water with a special conditioner.  We left it over the weekend. 







Today we added the special sea monkey eggs to the water we prepared on Friday.  The eggs are enclosed in some crystals.  We  placed the sea monkeys in a warm and well lit place.  We are all excited to see what will happen!  It could take up to 7 days for the eggs to hatch in the water.  Stay tuned!

How many days do you think it will take?  Will the sea monkeys change their appearance?


4 thoughts on “Cycle Of Life

  1. Thanks very much and congratulations for your helpful blog. I’m an English teacher. Actually I’m working in a primary public school in Spain with children from three to six years old. I have included some educational websites sites in my blog. They are a very good resource for my classes. El Blog de Espe.

  2. Dear 4VL and Mrs Van,

    Thank you for your special questions. We don’t really know what was in the conditioner because it was in a packet.
    Sian thinks that we might get 20 sea monkeys and William thinks we might get 35 sea monkeys.

    We’ll keep in touch!
    From Ms Tieppo and 2TM 😉

  3. Hi 2TM and Ms Tieppo,

    You are very lucky to have sea monkeys in your classroom. Very exciting!
    We were just wondering what was in the special conditioner that you put into the water?
    How many sea monkeys do you estimate will hatch?

    We’d love to see them when they hatch.

    Mrs Van and 4vL.

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