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TPT- a follow-up activity to the PebbleGo article on endangered animals

Endangered Animals Writing- Pebblego Follow-up

TPT- a follow-up activity to the PebbleGo article on endangered animals

SHARING YOUR WORLD WITH WILDLIFE  Do four of the requirements.        Choose a bird or animal that you like and find out how it lives. Make a poster showing what you have learned.    Name one animal that has become extinct in the last 100 years. Tell why animals become extinct. Name one animal that is on the endangered species list.

The report allows students to tie in the study of continents to their study of endangered animals. The students must report on their animal's classification,habitat, and food chain.

Classroom Rules  Primary Colors with Classroom por sweetleighmama, $12.00

Playroom Rules -Primary Colors on White NO PINK - Includes "Playroom Rules" on top -

I want to cut out the tracks the kids might come across out hiking :)

Each of the 63 one-inch squares features and identifies a different track belonging to many of the most common North American animals, plus a few from other parts of the world.

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: Animal Tracks Match-Up Game Printable

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: Animal Tracks Match-Up Game Printable. I would put pictures of the animal next to the tracks.

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