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 is a really cool science experiment! Perfect for learning about Arctic animals and how they stay warm! How do animals like polar bears, seals, and walruses stay warm in the icy water of the arctic and Antarctic? Try this fun experiment to find out!
Teaching Habitats: Activities and Resources (with a FREEBIE)
Animal habitats for wild animal unit. Used 4 boxes of same size and covered the outside of them with white contact paper then the background I used fabric designs and added to each area trees, pebbles and cotton balls to enhance each habitat. Children the
Life Science - Biodiversity and Change. Animals and their habitats. I love this activity and the specific animals/cut outs. They could work in groups so you don't have to cut out quite to many sets. Animal Habitats sorting and play mats via
*Habitats The Habitats flip book includes 5 differentiated versions of the flip book. One where students can trace the Habitats sentence, one where students can trace the Habitats word, one where students can write an animal of the habitat, one where st