Forest habitat Teacher Resources
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You Can Depend On me
Discover the natural beauty of California. With a conservation bent, this activity delves into some of the attributes that make this state unique. Learners discuss Yosemite and the forest habitat. They focus on the things plants and animals need to survive.
2nd - 3rd Social Studies & History
Biomes of Utah
A fabulous PowerPoint displays photographs and related information about the desert, forest, alpine forest, and aquatic ecosystems found in Utah. The section on deserts is comprehensive; including facts about five desert animals and their adaptations as they relate to the desert biome.
4th - 5th Science
Study of the Rain Forest
Spark interest in a current issue while simultaneously developing a deep understanding of complex ideas. This excellent cross-disciplinary unit idea incorporates English and science in the study of the rain forest and the dangers facing it and its inhabitants.
3rd - 5th English Language Arts
Can You Guess Who is in the Kapok Tree?
Third graders study the animals of the rain forest. In this interdisciplinary lesson plan, 3rd graders research rain forest animals and write a descriptive paragraph about their animals based on their research findings. A classroom Kapok tree will feature the students' work.
Writing Process- Expository Writing
Expository writing is the focus of the language arts lesson presented here. In it, young writers review what expository writing is through a class discussion and teacher demonstration. Then, learners write expository text that describes a woodland forest habitat based on prior knowledge.
1st - 2nd English Language Arts
Healthy Forest Seeks Habitat Mates
A maritime forest is a forest near the sea. Learners examine a set of animals to see if the maritime forest habitat would meet all of their survival needs. The teacher first describes what types of things can be provided by a maritime forest, then she hands out fact sheets about various animals for learners to read.
1st Science CCSS: Adaptable
In these rain forest worksheets, students look at the picture of the animals from the rain forest and think about their features. Students cut out the animals, color them, and paste them where they belong. Students then compare their home to a rain forest and complete the chart for the sights, sounds, and smells for both places.
4th - 5th Science
Rainforests - Under the Canopy, Part 2/3
Part two in this three-part episode of Kratts's Creatures focuses on the birds, flowers, amphibians, and insects found under the rainforest canopy. They name various animals and differentiate which ones live in the wet and dry parts of the rainforest.
9 seconds 2nd - 6th Science
Rainforests - Under the Canopy, Part 3/3
Concluding this three-part episode of Kratt's Creatures the Kratt brothers travel down the river to find even more rainforest animals. We'll learn that each animal has a different job to do in this forest environment, sloths, bugs, and birds.
10 mins 2nd - 6th Science
Rainforests - Under the Canopy, Part 1/3
Your may remember the Kratt brothers from their PBS show, Zabomafoo. Here they are in a whole new environment, the rainforest! The silly antics and clear and basic information make this video perfect for children in grades k-3. In this episode we meet the tapir, jaguar, a number of different monkeys, and trees.
8 mins 2nd - 6th Science