Looking for an engaging way to introduce animal adaptations to your students? This interactive powerpoint defines the differences between physical and behavioral adaptations in a kid friendly way. It covers the way in which animals body coverings, limbs and other body parts have changed over the years to help them better survive in their environment. Behavioral adaptations like hibernation and dormancy are explored, as well as simple more adaptations like shelter building. It is filled with real photographs instead of clip art. Throughout the presentation students are encouraged to discuss inquiry based questions in a turn and talk fashion. Included within the presentation is a whole group response activity, as well as a no-prep game to get students moving! This is a whole lesson worth of fun!