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► 21 graphics in color.► 21 graphics in black&WhitePlants:Black-eyed Susan.Compass plant.Culver's root.Cup plant.Little bluestem.New England aster.Prairie dock.Prairie onion.Prairie smoke1.Prairie smoke2.Purple blazing star.Purple coneflower.Purple prairie clover.Queen of the prairie.Rattlesnake
Book shows real photographs of several prairie plants. Book is designed to be printed in color. There are 2 sizes included. One is a page to a full page designed to be run back to back, folded and stapled. The other is 2 pages to a full page designed to be run back to back (pages in folder 1 are f
In this lesson plan, students learn about different categories of prairie plants and investigate the natural and cultural history of wildflowers. Teachers will present an informative powerpoint about wildflowers in the Flint Hills. Students will independently research individual wildflowers and pr
This NO-PREP STEM escape room science activity is the perfect, fun STEM activity for reviewing and identifying plant types, parts, needs, and life cycle! The STEM (Science) activity content is suitable for use in 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade. It can be completed individually or in groups, so it can also b
Prairie biome craft / grassland diorama project. Beautiful North American animal craft activity for children to make. Includes both a color and a black and white diorama template complete with background, base, scenery and creatures.Visit the grassy plains of America's prairie community with thi
**Please Note-This set is included in the habitat bundle**This is a wonderful desert clip art set for all of your design and classroom needs. These animals and plants are from the deserts of the American southwest and west. These graphic clips are great for digital as well as print projects. They l
A Literature Kit for the novel Little House on the Prairie written by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Take a Peek Inside: Find out what life on the prairie was really like with this retelling of actual events. The thorough and comprehensive questions are great for small group work. Students put themselve
This products contains 8 flap pictures that represent characteristic animal behaviors and specialized plant structures that affect the probability of successful reproduction of animals and plants. These flaps can open so students can write underneath them about these behaviors or structures. CLIC
Your early learners will love this Prairie Lapbook! This is the perfect way to study and learn about the Prairie! A perfect resource for your study on Animal Habitats!Lapbooks are a great way to conduct research, review information, and learn in a new and fun way! Students will love completing this
Science Centers: Where Plants and Animals Live These 6 science centers are aligned to NGSS and cover the Earth System Sciences. In these centers students will answer the questions such as: What animals do we see in the environment? What plants do we see? What needs do the plants and animals have
This resource is a Google Drive resource made in Google Slides for use with Nearpod. You must have both a paid Nearpod account and a working Nearpod Add-On for Google Slides to use this product. If you do not have a paid account and still wish to purchase, send me a message to send the file to you v
Plant Adaptations Complete Lesson Set Bundle (NGSS & TEKS)Great way to incorporate NGSS into your science curriculum!Standards based science. 5th TEKSThis is your one stop shop for complete lesson sets to teach the topic and standards!! Everything you need to teach about the structures and funct
OBJECTIVES:Gather evidence and analyze and record examples of interdependence among living things or found in various situations. Identify characteristics of environments: ocean, rain forest, desert, tundra, and prairies. Identify the differences between pets and wild animals. Identify the differenc
This fun and engaging web activity uses the Build a Prairie website by Bell Live! and the University of Minnesota to guide students through constructing the different parts of tall grass and short grass prairie ecosystems. Students will use their critical thinking skills to investigate the location,
Grades:
6th - 8th
A Literature Kit for the novel Little House on the Prairie written by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Take a Peek Inside: Find out what life on the prairie was really like with this retelling of actual events. The thorough and comprehensive questions are great for small group work. Students put themselve
Prairie Ecosystem Powerpoint This is an informational Powerpoint on Prairie Ecosystems. I use it for sixth grade science. The following concepts are covered in the slides: Plant Adaptations: roots, leaves, colors Animal Adaptations: teeth, coloring and paws, nocturnal Fire and its importance It i
Engage your students with this week-long STEM challenge. The Challenge:Millions of Attwater's prairie chickens roamed the coastal prairies of Texas and Louisiana back in the 1900s. Since the 1960s, though, these birds have been on the endangered species list due to their very small populations. The
On the website: http://www.bellmuseum.umn.edu/games/prairie/build/tb1.html students are required to research plants and animals to determine if they are a good fit for prairie life. The site then simulates the growth of a prairie including grasses,flowers, and various animals. This three page sh
Grades:
4th - 6th
The Perusing the Prairie Activity Pack from Beaker & Book includes activities that address the soils, climate, weather, plants, animals, changes to the environment, and interdependency found in this grassy biome. It contains reading activities, writing strategies, and group work to help students
A fun activity to get students introduced to plant identification. This was made for an Iowa Prairie in the fall but has very basic plants found in the mid-west like goldenrod and Canada thistle. This is a great intro to environmental science.
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Grades:
5th - 12th
Introduction It is important for young children to develop concern for their environment. This lesson is taken from a lesson bundle that leads children to appreciate and respect living things. Through discussion, observation and experimentation, students develop the skills to describe and classify l
Introduction It is important for young children to develop concern for their environment. This lesson is taken from a lesson bundle that leads children to appreciate and respect living things. Through discussion, observation and experimentation, students develop the skills to describe and classify l
Introduction: It is important for young children to develop concern for their environment. This lesson is taken from a lesson bundle that leads children to appreciate and respect living things. Through discussion, observation and experimentation, students develop the skills to describe and classify
Students learn and review about animals and plants that live in different environments.
Grades:
K - 2nd

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