Are you teaching habitats
Collecting resources to meet NGSS 2-LS4-1• and 3-LS4-3º?
This product is a great collection of resources and activities for a frog's habitat.
♦ Read a short background
and then check out a web site
with much more information and activities!
♦ Follow clear directions and make a wall display
or a student pop up display
of a habitat, or both. My students LOVE creating a habitat to take home to show their families!
♦ Watch a video
showing a student creating a pop up display.
♦ Show two PowerPoint™ presentations
* to introduce a frog's habitat - the images are copyright free so use them any way that works for you. The text on the slides has been translated into Spanish.
♦ Read a student text
with three reading levels in English and two in Spanish, blackline or color images, and recordings
for students who need to hear the information.
♦ Choose from 4 kinds of assessments
: quick, pencil-and-paper, for the struggling student, and for the capable student. Assessment worksheets have been included as Word™ documents so you can modify them for your students.
It's hard to estimate the time needed to create displays, read about habitats, and assess student learning - it's up to you! The activities could be completed in a few days or a few weeks of science classes.
This product is included in More about Amphibians
We have this product for FROGS
, and WILD CATS
Our store has many great resources for FROGS
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• Make observations of plants and animals to compare the diversity of life in different habitats.
º Construct an argument with evidence that in a particular habitat some organisms can survive well, some survive plants and animals that live there may change.