Mammal Teacher Resources

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First graders research mammals and their characteristics. The coonstruct a diorama of a mammal habitat and make their own mammals from provided materials. They publish a mammal class book using the Storybook Weaver.
Students research different mammals and create illustrations and narratives about them. Working individually or in small groups, students compose their rough drafts prior to creating their posters or dioramas. Students present short reports on their mammals.
Students study the difference between innate and learned behaviors. They observe the adaptations and behaviors of mammals in this series of lessons.
In this mammals worksheet, students research the internet to find information and answer short answer questions about mammals of fields, meadows, and hedgerows. Students complete 12 questions.
Students study the habits, traits, and characteristics of mammals. They look at animal tracks that are taped around the room, and at pictures of baby and adult mammals. Next, they determine how mammals move and eat, and look at their different body types by completing four center activities about magnificent mammals.
In this Boy Scout Mammal Study merit badge activity, students complete 5 pages of multiple step short answer questions associated with the characteristics of mammals in order to earn a merit badge. They list animal classification, follow mammals from phylum through species, and detail mammalian habitats.
For this mammal study worksheet, 8th graders explore online resources to answer 5 detailed questions, select specific activities and complete one project.
First graders explore the characteristics of mammals. They identify mammals through observing pictures and discuss facts about each one. Students share describe their favorite mammal and draw a pictures of him. They may use the internet to further explore mammals.
Learners describe the characteristics of a mammal. They also differentiate between a companion and a wild animal. The lesson has an assessment included in it. They have a discussion to tap prior knowledge about what a mammal is.
Students examine the characteristics of mammals through video clips, and slide shows. Lesson includes clips of fastest land animal, biggest mammal, loudest mammal and tallest animal.
Seventh graders play a jeopardy like game using information about mammals. Before beginning the game, they complete a worksheet with questions similar to ones that are to be used during the competition. They answer more difficult questions as the game continues.
Students explore the habitats of mammals and their physical characteristics. They research examples of mammals that must deal with daily changes in their habitat and how they cope with them. In small groups, students create a table depicting the mammal, the mammal's characteristics, the habitat, and the adaptations to the habitat.
Fifth graders, after viewing a PowerPoint on different mammals, analyze what a biome is. Then they choose a mammal to research and go outside to feel the grass and leaves and hypothesize about which biome they live in as well as its habitat, appearance and survival. In the end, 5th graders create a PowerPoint about the mammal they have chosen.
Learners research the causes of the extinction of Pleistocene mammals.  In this Pleistocene mammals lesson plan, students read essays to understand the Pleistocene epoch. Learners write an essay about the personal impact of this epoch. 
Learners discover the mammals in their community. For this animal lesson, students survey their school grounds for signs of mammals. Learners examine tracks, droppings, and other signs of wildlife to learn more about the animals and their activities.
High schoolers comprehend the difference between monotremes, marsupials, and placental mammals. They are able to compare and contrast these organisms (Australian mammals) with other mammals. Students are able to identify Australian mammals.
Students take a field trip and record information about mammals. In this mammals lesson, students hunt for tracks, waste, or other evidence that a mammal exists in this habitat. Students complete a worksheet on the evidence they have found.
Students experience center activities to study the habitats and traits of mammals. They play a memory game, eat like mammals, produce artwork and read mammal books.
Students investigate how mammals maintain a fairly constant body temperature under various conditions by engaging in an animal classification activity. They experiment with Crisco in gloved hands and icy water to understand the characteristics of blubber and how it helps maintain body temperature.
Young scholars discover the different types of animals by participating in fun class activities.  In this biology lesson, students identify the characteristics and habits of different mammals while creating a collage of mammals.  Young scholars participate in a mother and baby mammal match game.