Animal Antics Interactive Science Journal is a note-taking system for inquiry based learning. It adheres to the State of Virginia’s Standards of Learning, as well as the Common Core Standards. This method includes worksheets, lecture notes for annotation, focus questions, and space to write and illustrate predictions and conclusions. Animal Antics Interactive Science Journal allows for discussion of the physical and emotional characteristics of animals, their adaptations, habitats and behaviors. This journal may supplement your science text and teacher edition, or it may be used as the basis for developing lesson plans as a part of a thematic unit. The worksheets included in this interactive journal are available in a separate package, Animal Antics Worksheets. The topics of discussion in Animal Antics include: What is an animal, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds and fish, tame or wild animals, appendages and movement, basic needs and habitats, and seasonal changes in animals.
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