The document above contains two activities relating to animal adaptations/traits/habitats. One activity asks students a variety of questions such as, why a hedgehog may curl up in a ball. After a class example, students can either pair up or work independently to think critically about other hedgehog traits (two different task cards are included). One task card is more difficult than the other. The second activity asks students to draw a habitat of their choice, and then include animals which WOULD and WOULD NOT survive in said habitat. On lines below, students then have to explain what traits would be helpful or harmful to have in the environment. I usually have a variety of habitat books on hand so that students can gather ideas for animals which they might find in certain habitats.