This is a research guide for students to research an animal and its adaptations, habitat, etc. Students in groups, or alone, should find reliable sources for their information and record the information below the questions. There is an extra page for students to come up with thier own research questions to answer. It is in a ppt, and can be easily edited if you have other questions you would like to add. The circles at the bottom provide a way to record formative assessment throughout the project in that you can initial it when students have completed that page to your expectations. This is a project-based learning activity which can take as long as you want to be thorough. Feel free to use this to spark your creativity and make this activity work for your classroom! But please, give credit if part or full if you choose to use or share this activity.