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Engaging, fun, hands-on lesson plan to illustrate how some animals use camouflage to survive in their habitats. One worksheet included in color and black and white.
This is a short science lesson I taught to my online kiddos. They really enjoyed learning about these animals after we took our "virtual field trip" to different places. It can be modified to be longer. Super fun and great conversations.
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From Molecules to Organisms - Plants and Animals Structures and Processes - Fourth Grade - NGSS AlignedThis unit is designed to engage students and excite them about science by igniting their curiosity, connecting prior knowledge, and giving children hands-on experiences of complex scientific princi
Ten engaging reading passages, each with a collection of different activities included. Articles are written for the modern classroom and topics are designed to promote enthusiasm from each student. Each lesson contains a mixed questions section to check understanding, a vocabulary or spelling activ
Ten engaging reading comprehension passages & questions lessons, each with a collection of different activities included. Articles are written for the modern classroom and topics are designed to promote enthusiasm from each student. Each lesson contains a mixed questions section to check underst
This unit is based off of the fun, educational picture book, What if I had Animal Teeth. The students will be educated on various features and adaptation of animals. There are a variety of lessons, that are all step by step and have the students doing research, using technology, informational writin
Ten engaging reading comprehension lessons, each with a collection of different activities included. Articles are written for the modern classroom and topics are designed to promote enthusiasm from each student. Each lesson contains a mixed questions section to check understanding, a vocabulary or s
Have some fun learning about animals and the parts they use for adapting to their environment with this high interest packet. Your students will be engaged as they work though the sections of this easy to use resource. You will love having a great option to use in your classroom where the hard work
These animal adaptions science activities and writing activities support the Next Generation Science Standard for structure and function. Learn about the external body parts that help the camel, giraffe, and penguin survive. That's right...3 animals are included. Learn about one animal whole grou
Need a resource that includes both animal AND plant adaptation? Get ready to focus on the Next Generation Science Standard regarding traits, adaptations, and structures and functions that help animals AND plants survive. Download and get everything for your lessons: photos, discussion ideas, a
These activities introduce the idea of classification of animals. It starts with a team brainstorm session of vertebrate animals. Next, students research the characteristics scientists use to classify the 5 vertebrate groups. The third lesson has students branch out to invertebrate animals. They are
When I came up with this project my students were in serious need of some inspiration in the nonfiction writing department. They were sick of the “pick your favorite animal” and “teach me how to do something,” prompts. I noticed they were seriously wearing out all of my nonfiction books that were ab
This engaging PowerPoint presentation will generate much discussion about the needs of animals and how animals meet those needs. Students are guided to observe patternsof how animals meet their needs for survival through their locomotion, body coverings, foods, and homes. Photos and concepts enhanc
Explore the many ways that animals adapt to survive with the ANIMAL ADAPTATIONS BUNDLE. This set is loaded with resources, including an introductory book, five colorful photo posters, and a BONUS PACK of five cross-curricular activities to enrich, reinforce, and assess learning. BOOK Resource Includ
This digital, distance learning or printable activity deals with the students classifying animals that need their parents to care for them to survive verses those that have behavior patterns that allow them to be on their own. They also classify the animals as those that look like their parents and
This great animal adaptation experiment with linked QR research is perfect for any classroom! Do your students wonder how ducks float and stay dry even though they live near and on water? This experiment shows how ducks use a gland they have to keep oil on their feathers. The research page has a
Self-grading Google Form quizzes and printable pdf copies are included! These quick, multiple-choice assessments will help you to know if your students really understand the information that is being presented and helps to hold them accountable during the mystery videos. They'll be a breeze to grade
This unit is based off of the fun, educational picture book, What if I had Animal Eyes. The students will be educated on various features and adaptation of animals. There are a variety of lessons, that are all step by step and have the students doing research, using technology, informational writing
Please make sure you always have the most recent version of my products, I update my products all the time! I am a science teacher who is still in the classroom and every time I use one of my lesson plans, I think of new things to add! Please make sure you always have my latest version. Here’s how:-
If you’re looking for an in-depth study of the many ways animals adapt to survive, then ANIMAL ADAPTATIONS, from the Science Foundations series, is a perfect fit. Not only does it feature adaptations from each of three categories—structural, behavioral, and physiological—it also doubles as an introd
This set of Boom Cards features 45 cards is a reading and science set featuring animal adaptations. Students will read passages and respond to basic comprehension questions, including vocabulary and text features. These digital self-checking Boom Cards are such a great way for keeping students enga
Here are 42 Google Slides that focus on animals and how they use their senses to survive, find food, and communicate.There is one example for students to view.An answer key is included on slides 22-42.
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Animal Needs NGSS Kindergarten Science K-LS1-1K-LS1 From Molecules to Organisms: Structures and ProcessesUse observations to describe patterns of what plants and animals (including humans) need to survive.Engage your students in hands on activities, that will spark discussions and questions about an
Here are 20 Boom Cards that focus on animals and how they use their senses to survive, find food, and communicate.There is one example for students to view.Preview at:https://wow.boomlearning.com/deck/q-5yGyZPKSwZhn3BZZr?ref=tpt
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