Animal Classifications and Animal Habitat Unit Notebook

Animal Classifications and Animal Habitat Unit Notebook
Animal Classifications and Animal Habitat Unit Notebook
Animal Classifications and Animal Habitat Unit Notebook
Animal Classifications and Animal Habitat Unit Notebook
Animal Classifications and Animal Habitat Unit Notebook
Animal Classifications and Animal Habitat Unit Notebook
Animal Classifications and Animal Habitat Unit Notebook
Animal Classifications and Animal Habitat Unit Notebook
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Interactive notebook for budding scientists. This notebook is the perfect addition to your animals and/or habitats unit! All pages include black and white wonderful clip-art of animals and plants from each specific classification and habitat. Habitat pages include animals and plants native. Fill in the blanks of key facts that are project GLAD aligned. Word banks included to help fill in the blanks for students. Animal classification pages include space to draw an animal and recognize which animals fit the classification by coloring. Very lower elementary friendly!

5 animal classifications in order:

Mammals, Birds, Fish, Reptiles, Amphibians

5 habitats included in order:

Tundra (Arctic), Rainforest, Ocean, Desert, Wetlands

Suggested Uses

•This notebook is meant to be used as a tool to supplement learning about 5 specific animal habitats and the 5 classifications of animals

•Students can use the word bank to help fill in the blanks or they can be used for help with whole group guided practice. The words in the word bank are in order of their corresponding blank spaces.

•Word bank tab is removable, leaving a square notebook.

•The information is Project GLAD aligned

•Suggested supplemental materials are also BrainPop Jr. which has videos about each animal classification and each habitat.

NGSS Alligned:

K-LS1-1. Use observations to describe patterns of what plants and animals (including humans) need to survive

K-ESS3-1. Use a model to represent the relationship between the needs of different plants or animals (including humans) and the places they live.

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11 pages
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