Ocean Animal Research: Description and Habitat Kindergarten

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This beginning note taking lesson guides students to research the description and habitat of land animals.

Animal note taking sheets include:
Hermit Crabs
Lobsters
Manatees
Pufferfish
Sea Horses
Squid
Starfish
Clams
Eels
Marlins
Corals
Seals
Sharks
Stingrays
Turtles
Clown Fish
Crabs
Dolphins
Humpback Whales
Jellyfish
Otters
Octopus
A blank note taking sheet is also provided for customization.

Pictures of the various habitats are included for students to circle to help them choose the appropriate answer to write down. A box for the students to draw their animal in its habitat is also featured in this lesson.

Students can be assigned different animals to research or selected animals can be studied in a whole group setting.

Students should use PebbleGo, online encyclopedias, ebooks or regular books to find the answers to the research boxes. A source box is also included for students to indicate the type of source used.

For a similar lesson for researching the diet and fun facts of ocean animals, go to:
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Ocean-Animal-Research-Diet-and-Fun-Facts-Kindergarten-2490592
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26
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Teaching Duration
30 Minutes

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Ocean Animal Research: Description and Habitat Kindergarten
Ocean Animal Research: Description and Habitat Kindergarten
Ocean Animal Research: Description and Habitat Kindergarten
Ocean Animal Research: Description and Habitat Kindergarten