STEM and Animal Adaptations.
Engineer an animal to match a habitat.
A super way to integrate engineering into a unit on animal adaptations!
This activity was used as part of our “ Get Caught Engineering - Is It in Your Nature?” family workshop at the Smithsonian’s Natural History Museum.
Teacher notes, student guide, four habitats information cards (rainforests, deserts, mountains and the arctic), inquiry questions, group role cards, a rubric, poster, and a list of easy to find materials are all provided for you. This STEM activity is a fun hands on lesson that can be used to review and apply concepts from a teacher’s previously taught lesson on animal adaptations and habitats.
Your students might also enjoy STEM A Bird Beak – perfect for an additional lesson on adaptations
STEM A Bird Beak
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