Woodland Animals Prepare for Winter

Woodland Animals Prepare for Winter
Woodland Animals Prepare for Winter
Woodland Animals Prepare for Winter
Woodland Animals Prepare for Winter
Woodland Animals Prepare for Winter
Woodland Animals Prepare for Winter
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This lesson focuses on the habits of woodland animals as they prepare for the winter.It begins with a discussion on what animals do in the winter.Sample questions can be found on the next page.There is then a presentation (which can be printed out as a booklet to be used as close reading passages -informational text or used as a PowerPoint presentation for the younger students) explaining the various ways animals prepare for the colder weather (Hibernate/Catnap/Adapt/Migrate).Following the presentation is an activity to be used as an assessment.I have included various versions to be used with varying age groups.The activity includes pictures of the various woodland animals to be cut out and pasted onto the sheet labeled with the appropriate category.For the younger students, you can use the sheets that tells them where to place the cut-outs; and for the older students, the pages are left blank intentionally so the students need to determine on their own what each animal does in the winter.Also included is a creative writing assignment.This assignment covers basic grammar skills as well as the elements needed to create a story.In addition, there are two vocabulary worksheets, a math worksheet, and art project that can be developed into a more elaborate integrated language arts project.

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