Habitats of the World - "What's a Habitat?" Little Book introduces the concept of plants and animals living and surviving in their habitats. | by Fluttering Through First Grade

Grade: 1 Theme: Life Science Topic: Basic Needs of Living Things Content Statement: Living things survive only in environments that meet their needs.

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!

How Arctic Animals Stay Warm in Icy Water

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!

This set of poster cards with 13 different habitats is perfect for a concept wall during a unit about animals and habitats. The simplicity of the cards keeps them from being distracting or confusing, and the clipart images give students a clear understanding of the characteristics of each habitat.Habitats included:arcticdesertoceangrasslandmountainsforestrainforestprairiepondriverbeachcavesavannah

Visual habitat cards and posters will allow students to gain background knowledge about a specific area before jumping into the lesson.

Habitat Activities and Lesson Ideas with a FREEBIE- hands-on crafts for kids and reading comprehension for a 1st and 2nd grade habitat science unit study..

Teaching Habitats: Activities and Resources (with a FREEBIE)

Life Science: Habitat Activities and Lesson Ideas with a FREEBIE- hands-on crafts for kids and reading comprehension for a and grade habitat science unit study.

Included in this freebie are a habitat information page, compare and contrast sheets, and an animal sorting activity.  This sample is focused on the rainforest and desert.  Please visit our store to see our full habitat units (ocean, forests, rainforest, desert, arctic animals, and much more)!Follow us by clicking the link at the top of the page to receive notice when we add new freebies and products to our store.

Included in this freebie are a habitat information page, compare and contrast sheets, and an animal sorting activity. This sample is focused on the rainforest

Habitat Activities and Lesson Ideas with a FREEBIE- hands-on crafts for kids and reading comprehension for a 1st and 2nd grade habitat science unit study..

Teaching Habitats: Activities and Resources (with a FREEBIE)

But some different biome animals This triorama could be used for book reports, story sequencing, science projects, geography studies, other SOSE topics or anything else you can think of!

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.

Animal Habitats sorting and play mats via @karyntripp

Animal Habitats printable sorting and play mats

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