Animal habitats bulletin board. Divide a bulletin board up into the four main animal habitats. Choose an appropriate boarder. Have students draw their favorite wild animal on a piece of paper and have them place it in the correct habitat. This will be a great way to display students artwork!

Divide a bulletin board up into the four main animal habitats. Choose an appropriate boarder. Have students draw their favorite wild animal on a piece of paper and have them place it in the correct habitat.

I like the idea of 3-D, physical and visual representations of habitats. Creating this kind of rainforest diorama would take a lot of investigation and trial and error to make it work. I think this would require critical thinking and many cross-content skills to construct.

physical and visual representations of habitats. Creating this kind of rainforest diorama would take a lot of investigation and trial and error to make it work. I think this would require critical thinking and many cross-content skills to construct.

Original idea from @Pinterest Creative education for primaries .We can use this in foreign language learning with jungle animals A great way to develop jungle animals in target language.Maths measuring activity plus create a silly poem about animals and which are taller than the children

Measuring: Are you as tall as a zebra or a penguin? Thanks to the Children's Room at Burbank Central Library for this cute and mathematical display!

Classroom Door Display: Rumble in the Jungle

Classroom Door Display: Rumble in the Jungle -Love the lights - anytime we can use those it is exciting!

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In preparing St James’s pupils to become Global citizens we recognise the importance of developing their understanding of the world in which they live, including countries and cultures from around the globe.

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