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Printable maple leaf shape outline coloring page has lines for writing inside the leaf shape. Write a letter or a story to go with this maple leaf shape paper, then color it in.

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Printable maple leaf shape outline coloring page has lines for writing inside the leaf shape. Write a letter or a story to go with this maple leaf shape paper, then color it in.

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It is easier to draw you a picture than to write it out. If you have ever made a box, it is the same thing. (You can alway take apart a box to get an idea of how the shapes fold together.) Practice on a regular piece of paper first. You will need to draw a triangle the finished shape of the top. Add the thickness to each side, leaving V s at the corners for folding. To one side add the shape of the bottom. Draw little tabs so that the sides will attach to the bottom when folded. Cut around the edges only. Fold where the lines meet. Fasten in place using the tabs for stability. E-mail me @ [email protected] and I will reply with an attachment, if this sounds too confusing.

Printable maple leaf shape outline coloring page has lines for writing inside the leaf shape. Write a letter or a story to go with this maple leaf shape paper, then color it in.

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The printable pages are being made available for personal or classroom use. When the printer dialogue appears, set your paper to landscape to print a wider copy of the shape. Shapes to write your favorite holiday or seasonal story - from acorns to umbrellas and holly to turkeys. Printable shapes for reports, bulletin boards, notepads, books, stationery, vocabulary word lists. The shape will be resized to the paper.

These cheerful autumn leaves make using this writing paper a pleasure! Choose from blank, lined and with handwriting lines.

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Printable Shapes for Reports, Bulletin Boards, Notepads, Books, Stationery, Vocabulary Word Lists.

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Shapes to write your favorite holiday or seasonal story - from acorns to umbrellas and holly to turkeys. There''''''''s even an added selection of shapes to color online before printing.

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Youngsters will enjoy practicing letter forms and writing vocabulary words, stories or poems on these printable shape papers with guide lines.

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Printable maple leaf shape outline coloring page has lines for writing inside the leaf shape. Write a letter or a story to go with this maple leaf shape paper, then color it in.

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PRINTABLES AWARDS - BOOKMARKS - CARDS - COUPONS - CRAFTS - CUT OUTS - FLAGS - GAMES - IRON ONS - MASKS - PLACE MATS - STATIONERY - STICKERS - TRACEABLES - WORKSHEETS

© Lee Hansen Graphics - site content for personal non-commercial use only. This site generates income from affiliate relationships and advertising. Privacy Policy.

The printable pages are being made available for personal or classroom use. When the printer dialogue appears, set your paper to landscape to print a wider copy of the shape. Shapes to write your favorite holiday or seasonal story - from acorns to umbrellas and holly to turkeys. Printable shapes for reports, bulletin boards, notepads, books, stationery, vocabulary word lists. The shape will be resized to the paper.

These cheerful autumn leaves make using this writing paper a pleasure! Choose from blank, lined and with handwriting lines.

Write-on Shapes
Printable Shapes for Reports, Bulletin Boards, Notepads, Books, Stationery, Vocabulary Word Lists.

Holidays and Seasons
Shapes to write your favorite holiday or seasonal story - from acorns to umbrellas and holly to turkeys. There''''s even an added selection of shapes to color online before printing.

Write On Shapes - Printable Shapes for Reports, Bulletin Boards, Notepads, Books,
Stationery, Vocabulary Word Lists.

Story It Home | Seasonal Themes | Kid''s Classics | Word Games | Story Starters | Write On Shapes | Alphabet

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Printable maple leaf shape outline coloring page has lines for writing inside the leaf shape. Write a letter or a story to go with this maple leaf shape paper, then color it in.

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© Lee Hansen Graphics - site content for personal non-commercial use only. This site generates income from affiliate relationships and advertising. Privacy Policy.

The printable pages are being made available for personal or classroom use. When the printer dialogue appears, set your paper to landscape to print a wider copy of the shape. Shapes to write your favorite holiday or seasonal story - from acorns to umbrellas and holly to turkeys. Printable shapes for reports, bulletin boards, notepads, books, stationery, vocabulary word lists. The shape will be resized to the paper.

These cheerful autumn leaves make using this writing paper a pleasure! Choose from blank, lined and with handwriting lines.

Write-on Shapes
Printable Shapes for Reports, Bulletin Boards, Notepads, Books, Stationery, Vocabulary Word Lists.

Holidays and Seasons
Shapes to write your favorite holiday or seasonal story - from acorns to umbrellas and holly to turkeys. There's even an added selection of shapes to color online before printing.

Printable maple leaf shape outline coloring page has lines for writing inside the leaf shape. Write a letter or a story to go with this maple leaf shape paper, then color it in.

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PRINTABLES AWARDS - BOOKMARKS - CARDS - COUPONS - CRAFTS - CUT OUTS - FLAGS - GAMES - IRON ONS - MASKS - PLACE MATS - STATIONERY - STICKERS - TRACEABLES - WORKSHEETS

© Lee Hansen Graphics - site content for personal non-commercial use only. This site generates income from affiliate relationships and advertising. Privacy Policy.

The printable pages are being made available for personal or classroom use. When the printer dialogue appears, set your paper to landscape to print a wider copy of the shape. Shapes to write your favorite holiday or seasonal story - from acorns to umbrellas and holly to turkeys. Printable shapes for reports, bulletin boards, notepads, books, stationery, vocabulary word lists. The shape will be resized to the paper.

These cheerful autumn leaves make using this writing paper a pleasure! Choose from blank, lined and with handwriting lines.

Write-on Shapes
Printable Shapes for Reports, Bulletin Boards, Notepads, Books, Stationery, Vocabulary Word Lists.

Holidays and Seasons
Shapes to write your favorite holiday or seasonal story - from acorns to umbrellas and holly to turkeys. There''s even an added selection of shapes to color online before printing.

Write On Shapes - Printable Shapes for Reports, Bulletin Boards, Notepads, Books,
Stationery, Vocabulary Word Lists.

Story It Home | Seasonal Themes | Kid's Classics | Word Games | Story Starters | Write On Shapes | Alphabet

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Printable maple leaf shape outline coloring page has lines for writing inside the leaf shape. Write a letter or a story to go with this maple leaf shape paper, then color it in.

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© Lee Hansen Graphics - site content for personal non-commercial use only. This site generates income from affiliate relationships and advertising. Privacy Policy.

The printable pages are being made available for personal or classroom use. When the printer dialogue appears, set your paper to landscape to print a wider copy of the shape. Shapes to write your favorite holiday or seasonal story - from acorns to umbrellas and holly to turkeys. Printable shapes for reports, bulletin boards, notepads, books, stationery, vocabulary word lists. The shape will be resized to the paper.

These cheerful autumn leaves make using this writing paper a pleasure! Choose from blank, lined and with handwriting lines.

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Define leaf: one of the flat and typically green parts of a plant that grow from a stem or twig — leaf in a sentence

U can start by writing this.. Earthworm is the common name for the largest members of Oligochaeta (which is either a class or subclass depending on the author) in the phylum Annelida. In classical systems they were placed in the order Opisthopora, on the basis of the male pores opening posterior to the female pores, even though the internal male segments are anterior to the female. Theoretical cladistic studies have placed them instead in the suborder Lumbricina of the order Haplotaxida, but this may again soon change. Folk names for the earthworm include "dew-worm", "rainworm", "night crawler" and "angleworm" (due to its use as fishing bait). Earthworms are also called megadriles (or big worms), as opposed to the microdriles (or small worms) in the families Tubificidae, Lumbriculidae, and Enchytraeidae, among others. The megadriles are characterized by having a distinct clitellum (which is much more obvious than the single-layered one of the microdriles) and a vascular system with true capillaries. Now dat u have the introduction, u can give in some more info, let me help u k?. Anatomy The basic body plan of an earthworm is a tube, the digestive system, within a tube, the muscular slimy, moist outer body. The body is annular, formed of segments that are most specialized in the anterior. Earthworms have a simple circulatory system. They have two main blood vessels that extend through the length of their body: a ventral blood vessel which leads the blood to the posterior end, and a dorsal blood vessel which leads to the anterior end. The dorsal vessel is contractile and pumps blood forward, where it is pumped into the ventral vessel by a series of "hearts" (aortic arches) which vary in number in the different taxa. A typical lumbricid will have 5 hearts. The blood is distributed from the ventral vessel into capillaries on the body wall and other organs and into a vascular sinus in the gut wall, where gases and nutrients are exchanged. This arrangement may be complicated in the various groups by suboesophageal, supraoesophageal, parietal and neural vessels, but the basic arrangement holds in all earthworms. Most earthworms are decomposers feeding on undecayed leaf and other plant matter, others are more geophagous. Earthworm reproduction Earthworms are hermaphrodites: They typically have two pairs of testes, surrounded by 2 pairs of testes sacs. There are 2 or 4 pairs of seminal vesicles which produce, store and release the sperm via the male pores, and ovaries and ovipores in segment 13 that release eggs via female pores on segment 14. However, most also have one or more pairs of spermathecae (depending on the species) that are internal sacs which receive and store sperm from the other worm in copulation. Some species use external spermatophores for transfer instead. Earthworm cocoons Copulation and reproduction are separate processes in earthworms. The mating pair overlap front ends ventrally and each exchanges sperm with the other. The clitellum becomes very reddish to pinkish in color. The cocoon, or egg case, is secreted by the clitellum band which is near the front of the worm, but behind the spermathecae. Some time after copulation, long after the worms have separated, the clitellum secretes the cocoon which forms a ring around the worm. The worm then backs out of the ring, and as it does so, injects its own eggs and the other worm s sperm into it. As the worm slips out, the ends of the cocoon seal to form a vaguely lemon-shaped incubator (cocoon) in which the embryonic worms develop. They emerge as small, but fully formed earthworms, except for a lack of the sex structures, which develop later in about 60 to 90 days. They attain full size in about one year. Scientists predict that the average lifespan under field conditions is 4–8 years, still most garden varieties live only one to two years. Several common earthworm species are mostly parthenogenetic, that is, with asexual reproduction resulting in clones. Regeneration Earthworms have the facility to regenerate lost segments, but this ability varies between species and depends on the extent of the damage. Stephenson (1930) devoted a chapter of his monograph to this topic, while G.E. Gates spent 20 years studying regeneration in a variety of species, but “because little interest was shown”, Gates (1972) only published a few of his findings that, nevertheless, show it is theoretically possible to grow two whole worms from a bisected specimen in certain species. Gates’s reports included: * Eisenia fetida (Savigny, 1826) with head regeneration, in an anterior direction, possible at each intersegmental level back to and including 23/24, while tails were regenerated at any levels behind 20/21 [1]. * Lumbricus terrestris Linneus, 1758 replacing anterior segments from as far back as 13/14 and 16/17 but tail regeneration was never found. * Perionyx excavatus Perrier, 1872 readily regenerated lost parts of the

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I think the sentence "Once the water is gone, it leaves a dark spot." should go before the sentence "This cycle seems unbreakable.". Either that or the darker spot sentence should be taken out completely. Other than that, I really liked it! I think you did really good painting the picture in my head of what was being noticed, and covered all aspects. Very good!