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Animal Adaptions

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Discipline:
Partners
Subject:
Next Generation Global Education
Grade:
3,4,5,6,7,8

Test Glog

UNDERSTAND

ANALYZE

Select one animal and write a story entitled, "A Day in the Life of a...:

EVALUATE

Using a tool such as Prezi, Powerpoint, Photo Story, Glogster, etc. design a presentation about an animal and describe its adaptations and a plan to promote conservation of the animal.

CREATE

You will understand:How physical and behavioral traits help animals survive.How variation among individuals affect their survival.How structures and functions of living things allow them to meet their needs.Why adapt?How an animal’s different body structures relate to its ability to adapt to its environment.How animals interact with the environment in order to prolong their survival.How a species’ individual variations provide it with an advantage in surviving inside its environment.

REMEMBER

FIRST:Check out theIntroduction in the attachments

Sing along with the Adaptions Rap

List 5 facts you learned.

Pick a nonfiction book from this link (or one of your own) about an animal of your choice. Share what you learned about the animal and its adaptations.

APPLY

When animals cannot adapt to changes in their environment, they become extinct. List 5 animals that were not successful in their adaptions? Select one from your list to research and report "what went wrong".

Some ways to adapt are hibernation, migration and camouflage.Select an animal known for each of these and explain why and how it is used to protect it from extinction.

Choose 10 animals that you want to know more about. Make a chart (example in attachments) and classify how the animals’ adaptations help them survive in their habitat.

Chose to make a difference. There are 10 suggestions for you to select from or develop an idea of your own to share. Keep a journal on your involvement and progress.

Create your own insect by choosing head, abdomen, thorax and wings from a variety of insect models. Add information to create a report about your creation by giving it a name and reflecting on its diet, habitat, adaptations and other facts.

Do all activities

Pick 3 activities to complete from these three lists.

Compare and contrast animals in different habitats and distinguish the adaptations that they have developed over time. Use the Venn Diagram to help you organize your information.

A duck if it did not have webbed feet.

An eagle that didn't have sharp talons.

An owl without soft wing feathers to help it fly silently.

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