Making ToonDoos to show what we know about minibeasts lifecycles

We have been using ToonDoos and thought that it would be a great way to show some of the things that we have learnt about insects and minibeasts.
Enjoy our Toons!!
Water boatman

rosie butterfly


20 thoughts on “Making ToonDoos to show what we know about minibeasts lifecycles

  1. This is soooo cool! I like that you can show what you have learnt and also provide insight into what these creatures might be thinking or planning to do.
    I can’t wait to show these to Junior M.

    From Ms Scott

  2. Dear Juniors,

    Your Toon Doo learning is amazing. I can’t wait to show the middles tomorrow. They will want to show their learning in the same way I am sure!!

    Mrs Yore

  3. Wow, what a great log you all have! I have learn’t so much about minibeasts and their lifecycles. Do you get alot of scorpions where you are? Are they dangerous? I would love to learn more….
    Keep up the fabulous work,
    Mrs Duxbury (High Lawn Primary, Bolton, U.K.)

  4. Mrs Duxbury,
    thankyou for commenting on our blog. There are scorpions in our area but only in bushland and they hide really well. They are very small but do have a dangerous stinger.
    We have learnt so much about how minibeasts help us and protect our environment. Now we are beginning to think about how we can maintain healthy environments for minibeasts at our school.
    From Mrs Gridley and JuniorG

  5. Wow Junior G your toon doos are really wonderful! You have learned heaps about lots of different minibeasts. Keep up the good work!

  6. What a fun and colourful way to show what you have learnt about Minibeasts. I love these … I want to see more of these, so I can learn more! Great learning Junior G!

  7. What a great way of sharing what you have learnt about Minibeasts! There were many interseting facts you have put in. I have never heard of ‘ToonDoos’. I’ll check it out sometime.

  8. To Junior G, we loved all the too toons , we learnt a lot from them and Jacks one on the waterboatmans was most interesting,
    keep up the good work Junior G

  9. This is a fantastic way to show how the scorpians live. It is both fun and full of infomation! Keep up the fantastic work!!

  10. wow I never knew that female boatman lay their eggs in water keep up the good work!!!

  11. Well done this is so great and fabulous. We enjoyed learning about minibeasts and lifecyclyles. The way you have presented this is really brilliant.

  12. wow youve given me lots of info. And you should of invited me because it seems EEEEEEEEPPPPPPPIIIIIIIIICCCCCCCCCCCCC.

  13. we love your video it is very interesting you must of been focusing on your topic wery well!!!!! so as we say at high lwan KEEP IT UP!

  14. Dear Junior G and Mrs Gridley
    sorry about the last lack of message. you have done a great job Junior g your information about the life cycle shows how much you are learning and discovering with your research. keep up the good work. cathy

  15. Well done! You have done really good life cycles of animals. Keep it up! I think a lot of other blogs will enjoy reading these.
    By Ryan high lawn, Bolton UK

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