Animal Habitats Projects Based Learning | Habitats and Ecosystems Activities

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Do you need fun and engaging teaching activities for animals, habitats, ecosystems, and biomes for NGSS? This Design an Animal Habitat NO PREP activity focuses on student’s learning by using creativity, critical thinking, and problem solving skills. Students will design animal habitats, ecosystems,adding in the correct plants and animals demonstrating what they have learned. This resources is simple to use, fun, and offers so many ways to use as PBL science activities.

How To Use:

You will copy graphic organizers, writing pages, habitats, animals, and plants, add crayons, scissors, glue, and give students the freedom to research and create their own habitats with the plants and animals needed. Students will demonstrate their understanding by adding the correct animals and plants in each habitats.

Habitats included in this Animals, Habitats, Ecosystems, and Biomes Set:

  • Arctic
  • Deciduous Forest
  • Coniferous Forest
  • Rain Forest
  • Ocean
  • Pond
  • Farm
  • Desert
  • Marsh
  • River
  • Grassland
  • Savannah
  • 6 Animals per Habitat (Students will COLOR, CUT, and GLUE.)
  • Multiple Size Additional Animals for Habitats
  • Plants in Multiple Sizes to Create Habitats
  • 10 Colored 8.5 x 11 Colored Teaching Posters WITH Animals
  • 10 Colored 8.5 x 11 Colored Teaching Posters WITHOUT Animals
  • 12 Animal Label the Diagram Worksheets
  • 12 Color and Write Research Animal Sheets (2 per page)
  • 12 CAN/HAVE/ARE Animal Worksheets
  • 10 Habitat Sort, Cut, and Glue Sheets
  • STEM Challenge Sheets
  • Teacher Sample Example for CAN/HAVE/ARE Worksheets
  • Teacher Set Up, Ideas, and Instructions

This animals and habitats resource:

  • offers so many ways to use
  • provides differentiation to meet the needs of all students
  • great for project-based learning science activities
  • simple research activities for primary grade students
  • allows students to discover and explore animals and habitats all over the world
  • great for whole group, small group projects, and student led problem solving

You will have teaching activities to use all four seasons with the Animal Writing Activities:

Winter Animals

  • Polar bears
  • Penguins
  • Groundhogs

Spring Animals

  • Birds
  • Butterflies
  • Insects
  • Rabbits

Summer Animals

  • Alligators
  • Elephants
  • Fish
  • Monkeys
  • Sea turtles

Fall Animals

  • Bats
  • Spiders

Some of the ways I've used this resource:

  • homework projects
  • ecosystems
  • science centers
  • habitats
  • plants
  • animals
  • seasonal thematic units
  • supplemental activities with reading and science text
  • geography supplemental activities for differences in habitats

This animal and habitats no prep resource is great for students of all ages! I created it with primary grade students in mind giving them a way to demonstrate their understanding of how animals survive in certain habitats in order to meet their basic needs!

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