This is an introductory biology resource on animal behaviorism. The overall learning target is to define and give examples of innate, learned, and social behaviors. Students are given a vocabulary list, a "chunked" reading assignment (each type of behavior on one page), and a Cut & Paste graphic organizer. The graphic organizer gives students a template with definitions. The student's task is to cut (or write) the behavior, and an example of the behavior. Additionally one column is provided to identify the behavior as innate, learned, or social. The activity was created using a balanced literacy model and is easily differentiated for different skill levels. Students enjoy the light reading, searching the definitions (always italicized in the reading), cutting the behaviors, and examples, and then discussing whether they think the behavior is innate, learned, or social. Documents provided are editable MS Word and PDFs. The answer key provided is neatly typed and can easily be projected or added to your website. If you prefer to have a paperless classroom, this activity works well on google classroom.