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Colors and animals are two things kids love. And they'll love looking for and circling 45 animal and color words. Print and pass out, use for early finishers or in a themed homework packet. Note: The title uses the spelling colour, instead of color, both are correct, but be aware that this might confuse your pupils.
Third graders use a variety of resources to do research on an animal. Their final project is a graphic organizer for display and an informative multimedia slide show.
Students investigate animal habitats in zoos. In this animal habitat lesson, students fill in a KWLH chart about zoos before looking at pictures of African animals in zoo habitats. They discuss what they see and take a field trip to the zoo where they take digital pictures of animals in their habitats. They complete an art project of a chosen habitat.
For this animals worksheet, students complete short answer questions in a quiz about all different kinds of animals. Students complete 30 questions.
Most drawings are comprised of a set of very basic shapes. Young zoologists examine the shapes that make up different animals they see at the zoo. They'll discuss the shapes that make up a head, body, and legs of an animal and then draw an animal of their own. The animal will be first drawn as shapes and then modified to look more realistic.
In this comprehension learning exercise, students read a selection about the giant giraffe, then answer 5 multiple choice questions. Answers provided.
In this animals quiz worksheet, student complete a nine question multiple choice quiz about animals. Page had multiple links to answers, resources and Facebook.
In this online quiz instructional activity, students answer a set of multiple choice questions about animal facts. Page includes links to ads, resources and answers.
Set the stage for a unit or lesson on the African savanna by creating a cute habitat diorama. Cheetahs, lions, zebras, and elephants are all present in a shoe-box-sized craft that requires your learners to color, cut, and paste. These instructions are easy to follow and provide printable animal images that your class can color. All you need is a shoe box and a big imagination.
Students pick one of the following environments of already created planets and create an animal which is going to be strong and resilient enough to survive in that environment.
In this animal biology worksheet, students read a passage about Giraffes and answer three true or false questions, five fill-in questions, a crossword puzzle, and 20 vocabulary questions.
In this spelling unit worksheet, students learn 10 words about zoo animals. Students demonstrate their knowledge by completing word search, scrambled words, sentence writing, alphabetical order and taking a test.
Students investigate the coverings of vertebrates and invertebrates and cold-blooded and warm-blooded animals. In this animals and their coverings lesson plan, students observe displays of different animals and discuss and answer questions about their body coverings. Students move from station to station and answer 3 questions about a picture of an animal. The class discusses the proper answers at the end of the activity.
In this animal sorting worksheet, 5th graders first match animal pictures with their names and a fun fact. Students must then fill in 15 blanks based on information given on the matching cards.
First graders define a habitat. They describe and illustrate the different types of habitats and the organisms found in the various habitats. They classify animal pictures into the correct habitats. They complete a summary activity of animals found in each habitat.
Students explore how animals move. For this animals lesson, students use pictures of animals and demonstrate how that animal moves from place to place.
Students investigate how animals move. In this animals lesson, students use pictures of animals and demonstrate how each of them moves from place to place.
Students discuss animal needs and characteristics. In this animal mini-unit, students complete three activities studying different animals, their needs, how they have evolved, and how to protect them.
Learners explore animal habitats in this collaborative instructional activity. First, they read Who Lives Here? by Dot and Sy Barlowe. Next, they get into groups to do research on one of three habitats, ponds, grasslands, or deserts. Finally, they create a visual presentation of what they learned, and share it with the class.
In this graphing and interpretation worksheet set, students draw charts that are either blank or outlined that show information about students' favorite zoo animals. They answer questions based on the data in 15 examples.