Animal Habitats with Savanna, Grassland, Woodlands, Dessert, Tundra, Rainforests, Tundra
Learning about animal habitats has never been so much fun! In this pack, you'll find 10 passages with scenes for students to color and connect to the information and custom organizers for each habitat. There are also colorful vocabulary photo posters and writing activities too! Your students will love learning all about these 10 unique habitats with an informative and fun pack!
This pack includes an introduction to 10 different habitats with informational articles, vocabulary posters, and a variety of hands-on student activities.
The habitats included in this packet are:
This pack includes many interactive activities and learning opportunities for students including:
✔Informational articles about 10 habitats
✔Habitats Organizers (10)--one for each habitat
✔Anticipatory Set with True/False Questions
✔Vocabulary Flip Flaps
✔Which Habitat is it? (A Fun Gallery Walk Activity)
✔For Elementary Grades – Second grade, Third grade, Fourth grade
✔Great for Core Knowledge
✔Common Core Aligned
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There are 3 main activities:
Introduce the vocabulary words with the real-life photo posters included. You could post these posters around the classroom and have students travel around to match up and define the words in their flip flaps or use as a center activity. These posters make an excellent bulletin board display in a snap!
Next, have students read the informational articles about the different habitats. The articles are written with questions and scenes for students to connect and color. Pages can be stapled at the top to make one large booklet or be cut in half to create a mini-booklet.
There are several creative hands-on activities in this Habitats product:
*Which Habitat Would You Want to Live? -- drawing and prediction activity.
*Writing Prompt: “Which habitat would you want to live in and why?”
*Venn Diagram to Compare and Contrast Habitats
*Habitats Research Organizers (10): Have students work individually or with partners to research one habitat and complete the organizers included. Then they could present it to the class or to use the organizers as study guides.
*Habitats Mystery Flaps Activity: Have students cut out flaps and glue inside their Science Notebooks. Next, color the animal on the front and decide where that animal belongs? Which habitat would you find that animal? Underneath the flap, tell the habitat and why you think that animal belongs there.
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