Are you looking for something fun to hang in the hallway while teaching animal adaptations? Well, this writing will hang super cute and can be used as an assessment.
First, you may want to purchase the book: What If You Had Animal Teeth? Then, download and print off the images included on construction paper. You can let students get super creative by allowing them to choose their animal teeth and adding things like scales, long ears, and etc.
Glue or staple the guy they create to the writing portion. The prompt states: If I Had Animal Teeth… Students should respond by explaining the type of food they would eat, along with the type of habitat they would live.
The guy your students create should look like a person with their mouth open wide.
(This could also be cute if you are teaching kids to brush their teeth.)
My students wanted to create mutant animals. Some created an animal that seems to go with its teeth. Some create their own hybrid or combination of animal parts. Our hallway was very colorful. No matter how they chose to make their animal, students describe their adaptations appropriately. (This turned out cool. Even though I initially wanted students to create people with animal teeth.