Rainforest layers diorama.  Can I adapt this to our study of the layers of Earth's atmosphere? Yes! My kids LOVE hands-on projects like this!

rain forest diorama- love, love, love this idea! We will be doing a unit on rain forests this year. Can't wait to do this with the kids.

ZooPals Animal Reports-easy to begin to model how to write a non-fiction research report at the beginning of the year.

Animal Report - non fiction writing - informational writing - Paper plate animal writing - 4 pages a ___ looks like a ____ eats a ____ lives cool facts about ____.

Animal Habitat Shoebox Reports

Animal Habitat Shoebox Reports oculd adapt for biome/ecology unit--wall display is interesting!

While studying ecosystems in science, I had my 4th grade students make "trioramas" of 4 different habitats. Complete with living & non-living elements.

While studying ecosystems and regional characteristics in science and social studies, students could make these little trioramas as examples - complete with living & non-living elements.

Kura Gallery Maori New Zealand Design Sam Clark Graphic Designer

Brown, black and white in pencil, coloured pencil and ink on paper. With Maori motifs. By Sam Clark NZ artist.


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This 4D triorama could be used for book reports, story sequencing, science projects, geography studies, other SOSE topics or anything else you can think of!

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!

Habitats     #it s a third grade thing

Love this Habitat bulletin board! Great way to display info for all the different habitats.

Little Lovely Leaders: Ecosystems Brochure Project

Little Lovely Leaders: Ecosystems Brochure Project. Create a brochure over a certain ecosystem and explain how it is impacted by a catastrophic event

plant and animals adaptations venn diagram - Google Search

A good way to compare and contrast animals and plants is to use a hula hoop venn diagram. This can be put on the bulletin board and can be hung up for an extended period of time and is easy to see.

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 love this ecosystem interactive notebook for my students. It contains food webs, food chains, energy pyramids, and more. Part of the Earth Science interactive notebook series. Great interactive journal projects for 4th grade - middle school.

Ecosystems Interactive Notebook

I love this ecosystem interactive notebook for my students. It contains food webs, food chains, energy pyramids, and more. Part of the Earth Science interactive notebook series. Great interactive journal projects for grade - middle school.

Dragon's Den Curriculum: Organisms and Habitats

Dragon's Den Curriculum: Organisms and Habitats

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