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Filed under: Arizona,Uncategorized — cheyennebobcat at 10:11 pm on Friday, March 23, 2012  Tagged , , ,

Arizona is sometimes very HOT!  It has lots of cactus.  Cactus is a plant that has spike things called stickers. 

Here are three very old Saguaro Cacti because of their arms.

There are also dead looking trees but they are not dead that is just how they look. They look dead because of the heat.

These bushes aren’t dead, they are dormant.

Do you know what dormant means?

The heat makes the ground dry.  We also have cute and scary animals.  Like bunnies,bobcats,and quail. 

Gamble quail and Cottontail rabbit out side our class window.

Quail is a type of  bird.  Arizona’s birthday is on valentines day which is cool…to me!  And that is what Arizona is like.  I hope you have learned something new!


Have you visited Arizona? 

If so, what did you see? 

If not, would you like to go to Arizona?



   Mrs. Schmidt

April 1, 2012 @ 12:19 pm   Reply

HI Cheyenne,
My name is Mrs. Schmidt and I am one of the teachers in the Student Blogging Challenge. I teach 3rd grade in Pennsylvania.

I think you did a fantastic job on this blog post about Arizona! The pictures are very helpful. We don’t have any cactus in our state. I would love to visit Arizona some day so I could see some cactus in their natural habitat. I am going to share this blog post with my students.

We are having an early spring in Pennsylvania this year after a very warm winter. The flowers and trees are starting to bloom and soon everything around here will be green again.

Take care,
Mrs. Schmidt


   Miss W.

April 10, 2012 @ 11:11 pm   Reply

G’day Cheyenne,
When I visited Arizona last year and came to classrooms with Mrs Watanabe, I saw lots of cactii as I was driving around. The ones that amazed me were called ‘Joshua trees’. Are they also a type of cactus?



May 8, 2012 @ 5:18 pm   Reply

Hi cheyenne,
My name’s Anna. I’ve been to Arizona once. My brother passed out. he didn’t have water. I loved visiting because I learned that you do grow crops, not many but enough. I love the desert and the whole state is awesome

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