Where do you fit into the food chain? (A technology center for science notebooking)

1st April, 2010 - Posted by Sammie Gann - No Comments

Teachers…In what ways could you use this online teaching/assessment game in your classroom? Post your lesson ideas below for a chance to win FREE materials.

Learn more about why animals look and act the way they do in this life science unit for grades 3-5.

Learn why animals look and act the way they do in this life science unit for grades 3-5. Students will construct and maintain three habitats and learn about the fascinating organisms that will call them home. Careful observations of the structures and behaviors of aquatic frogs, amphibious crabs, and terrestrial millipedes will demonstrate what an animal depends on to survive. Investigations will reinforce that, although these creatures are distinct, they have common needs. Student thinking will be extended to help them understand how they are also animals adapted to their environment.

Students… What did you learn? Post your notebook entries below.

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