~~July 16, 2015~~
LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON
A baby elephant needs to learn what to do with its trunk, much like a human child needs to learn to walk and talk. When they are born they tend to just swing their trunks around and will often be seen stepping on them, making it quite an awkward process for the elephant. Just as a newborn human baby does with its thumb, a calf may be witnessed sucking on it’s trunk. Around the ages of six to eight months a calf will start eating and drinking with its trunk and usually has a pretty good grasp on it by the time it is a year old.
Learning about Baby Elephants
Teaching your students about how big baby elephants are when they are born, what they eat, and who cares for them, will give them a better understanding of this animal.
A dear blogger friend taught me this concept.
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~IN HER OWN WORDS~
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