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In this online quiz learning exercise, middle schoolers answer a set of multiple choice questions about the Bald Eagle. Page includes links to answers, ads and resources.
Students research the North American bald eagle to determine if this bird's characteristics make it an appropriate symbol to represent the United States as a country. They debate the substitution of other bird species for the eagle.
Fifth graders develop their research skills. In this North American bald eagle lesson plan, 5th graders use the Internet as well as print sources to research the traits of bald eagles and other birds in order to complete a patriotic symbols project.
In this American Bald Eagle instructional activity, students click on the links to learn about the American Bald Eagle and answer short answer questions about it. Students complete 5 questions total.
Students plot on a coordinate plane. In this algebra lesson, students identify points on a coordinate plane and graph lines given coordinate pairs. They create a model as they study bald eagles and their growth and decay.
Sixth graders explore the food chain by researching bald eagle diets. In this animal poisons lesson, 6th graders identify the chemicals that fish eat which are later consumed by bald eagles. Students utilize colored paper and coloring utensils to conduct an aquatic plant demonstration.
Pupils create graphs to illustrate the bald eagle population. They identify the population of bald eagles in Minnesota and the United States. They create three graphs to represent the population data including a line, bar, and pictograph. They answer questions about their graphs.
In this American bald eagle worksheet, students fill in a crossword puzzle as they figure out the answers to fourteen trivia facts about the American bald eagle.
In this United States history activity, students use the 14 clues in order to fill in the crossword puzzle with the appropriate American Bald Eagle answers.
Students use information from Internet websites to create a map of where Bald Eagle habitats can be found after being familiarized with the map by the instructor.
Students study patriotic symbols of America. In this American history lesson, students construct a KWL chart on United States symbols and examine visuals of the Great Seal and bald eagle. Students create another symbol for America.
Students engage in a lesson which teach a respect for the American flag, the pledge of allegiance, liberty bell, statue of liberty, the bald eagle, and other patriotic symbols. There are a wide variety of excellent activities imbedded in this plan.
Students complete activities to explore American national symbols and what they represent. In this national symbols lesson, students define "symbol" and discuss the flag, Statue of Liberty, Liberty Bell, American Bald Eagle, among others, as symbols of America. Students complete several craft activities for American symbols as well as learn factual information about each.
For this ten-day unit, students identify the symbols of the United States and learn the significance of each symbol: the Liberty Bell, the American flag, the bald eagle, and the current United States president.
Students are introduced to a variety of symbols representing the United States. As a class, they identify places in which they have seen the various symbols and discuss what they mean. To end the lesson plan, they state the words from the Pledge of Allegiance and view photographs of the bald eagle.
Young scholars discover the meaning of patriotism through literature, songs, and poetry. They also identify patriotic symbols and activities such as the flag, the Pledge of Allegiance, the Star Spangled Banner, the bald eagle, and monuments.
Students research the status of species that have been removed from the Federal Register of endangered and threatened species to help them determine whether or not the American bald eagle should also be removed from the list.
Students become familiar with basic facts and behavior of the American Bald Eagle using a combination of classroom presentation, Video, Internet searching, "hands on" computer activity, and touching of feathers and displays.
Students find the number of possible bald eagle territories on a map and estimate the total length of rivers and total circumference of bodies of water based a map scale. In this eagle country lesson, students complete a handout that incorporates their knowledge of biology, wildlife, and mathematics.
Students explore symbolism by viewing a slide-show of American monuments and images. In this American culture lesson, students view a PowerPoint presentation of images which represent the country, such as the flag, Bald Eagle and Statue of Liberty. Students discuss which symbols were most popular, and which were hard to identify.