Animal Study: Engineering An Animal STEM Grades 2-4

Animal Study: Engineering An Animal STEM Grades 2-4
Animal Study: Engineering An Animal STEM Grades 2-4
Animal Study: Engineering An Animal STEM Grades 2-4
Animal Study: Engineering An Animal STEM Grades 2-4
Animal Study: Engineering An Animal STEM Grades 2-4
Animal Study: Engineering An Animal STEM Grades 2-4
Animal Study: Engineering An Animal STEM Grades 2-4
Animal Study: Engineering An Animal STEM Grades 2-4
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See the entire STEM inspired Engineering An Animal activity by downloading the preview. Are you looking for a fun way to teach, review, or assess animal studies?

Students are invited to become (unofficial) zoologists. They are given all the money they need to create a new animal. Students choose from a list of animal attributes and work to "engineer" their perfect animal.

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Animal attributes.

Vertebrate, invertebrate.

Carnivore, omnivore, herbivore.

Body covering.

Predators.

Movement.

Habitat.

Survival.

Evidence.

Opinion essay prompt and outline: Should animals be kept in zoos?

Final published essay.

An illustration labeling animal body parts, habitat, and evidence of survival.

A post study word search.

Bulletin board sign and lettering "Engineering An Animal."

This activity requires critical thinking, the application of knowledge, and easily lends itself to differentiation.

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1 Week
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