Kids love animals! You'll have no problem motivating your students to study this topic! They can't wait for the next lesson!
This detailed Keynote presentation will support your teaching about animals who live in the seven major biomes of the world.
It includes hundreds of vivid photos of animals and habitats. The text is descriptive and appropriate for young children to read. Each new topic includes links to short videos that make the learning come alive. It's easy to use and your students will remain engaged as you present new content.
Part Two takes you through the last four biomes, one at a time (Grasslands, Deserts, Forests, and Rainforests).
Where is the biome located? What are the important characteristics?
Which animals live there?
What do animals need to survive in this environment?
It also includes:
PICTORIAL DIAGRAMS of animals with labels that load one at a time to support your presentation.
LINKS, to short videos that support the topic or Google Maps and Webcams to show the location of the habitat.
A TOUR OF BIOMES, Washington State contains all seven types of habitats. This is a good review of the biomes and brings the learning closer to home.
CULMINATING ACTIVITIES: Slides to support the Writing Projects and the culminating activities for the end of the unit.
NOTE: This Keynote comes in two parts. TPT restricts the file size to 200 Mb so I had to split it. Make sure you get Part One! This is a pdf version of the Keynote presentation. It cannot be edited. If you are interested in the original presentation, it comes in both Keynote and Powerpoint.
There are many materials available to go along with this presentation:
STUDENT JOURNAL, containing pages of text with supporting questions that go along with each Keynote lesson topic. Ready to print and use.
GLOSSARY, to support the learning of key vocabulary.
PICTURE FILES, (Both animals and biomes), to see animals and biomes up close and personal.
WRITING PROJECTS, narrative, persuasive, and informative writing assignments to go along with everything kids are learning in this unit.