Habitat Needs of Animals
Fourth graders explore animal habitats. In this science lesson plan, 4th graders determine the preferred habitat of a snail. Students observe and record the movements of a snail in a test habitat and use the observations to determine the preferred habitat.
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Students investigate animal activity inside the soil. In this animals in soil lesson plan, students do this is groups and complete drawings and label what they find.
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Daytime, Nighttime Animals of the Desert
Learners identify a variety of animals and habitats of the desert. They define nocturnal and diurnal, and complete a class Venn diagram comparing different desert animals. Next, they role-play different nocturnal and diurnal desert animals.
Zoo Habitat Design
Students design a zoo habitat for an animals. In this zoo habitat lesson, students develop an idea for a zoo habitat that would meet the needs of a specific animal. They solve problems that might be encountered by using their knowledge of animal adaptations. They visit a zoo.
A Fun Science Lesson Plan about Habitats at the Zoo
Students explore the animal habitats at the zoo. In this animal science lesson, students read about animal habitats from a textbook and construct a list of animals that live in specific habitats. Additionally, students take a field trip to the zoo and record the types of habitats they see.
Fourth graders read and highlight texts about animals living in an aquatic, terrestrial, and habitat to find characteristics the animal needs to live in that environment. They discover behaviors that enable the animal to survive in their environment. They use Inspiration to organize and display the information.
Pandas, Flamingos and Blogs
Students use the computer to discover animals. In this animal lesson, students look at online webcams to view animals and write in a daily blog discussing what the animals are doing. They use either Pixie or PowerPoint to create an animal report.
Animal Adults and Babies
Students examine how different animals care for their young and how young animals change as they grow. They conduct research on the growth patterns and life cycle of a selected animal, create a realistic baby and adult form of their animal using clay, and present an oral presentation to the class.
Clay Hill Animal Sampling
Students create animal print casts from molds in the classroom. They use the cast patterns to identify animal prints on a field trip in which they locate animal tracks, identify the location with GPS and create field casts of the prints. They use this data to estimate animal populations in the area.
Habitats of the World
Students discover that the Earth supports many different animal habitats. For this habitat lesson students research different habitats of the world. Students show how the animals in their habitat are adapted.
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