A simple animal habitat powerpoint for children to identify the animals and say whether they live in hot or cold climates.
This is a detailed 5 week plan for a series of Year 1 Design and Technology lessons in which they will investigate and evaluate existing models, then design, make and evaluate their own animal enclosures. All that is required is images of animal habitats or zoo enclosures, and junk modelling equipment. This series of 5 or more lessons is great alongside Science lessons around animals and habitats, and also works well in conjunction with a visit to a local zoo, where the children can investigate real animal enclosures as well as photos. It has always led to successful outcomes with the classes I have used it with.
2 A4 pages - answer questions from table with tallies and bar chart, to collect information about minibeasts. (Science data handling - LOs: to use tables, to use graphs)
This is a simple powerpoint presenting french vocab for a selection of animals and their habitats. It can be used to reinforce vocab, perfect pronunciation and as a basis for further oral activities
Cut and stick the animals into the correct habitats.
Students learn animals and their habitats
Cambridge Primary Science Term 2 Worsheet
This powerpoint is suitable for teachers who are introducing the topic of animals and habitats. This powerpoint includes various images of habitats around the world along with descriptions .
Animals & Their Habitats This science unit is prepared to teach all about the animals and their habitats in the subject of biology. This unit is in pdf format and covers the following main habitats for different animals: • Desert • Rain Forest • Tundra • Prairie • Freshwater • Swamps and wetlands • Coral reefs • Forest • Marine • Zoo • Island • Mountain ranges • Urban • Coniferous forests • Factors that shape the habitats It also covers a detailed characteristics on each and every habitat with beautiful and colorful pictures for easy understanding for their existance. Clear images will students to remember the different animals name and their habitats without much stress on mind. At the end of the unit 6 worksheets are provided as a review exercise or test to check students knowledge which will be very helpful to students. This unit as a PDF available with the good quality of images. Download the preview file (which is also pdf file)to get idea about the quality of images. Be ready to enjoy this unit related worksheets ,posters and other activities stuffs in coming weeks... I hope you will enjoy this item. If you have any questions, concerns or ideas for custom work, please feel free contact me! Thanks and stop by again soon!
This lesson is part of a wider cross-curricula unit called London Zoo which is designed for KS1 and lower KS2 students (Y2-4). The animals have escaped at the zoo and the keeper needs your help! The presentation first encourages students to describe the features of animals. It then challenges students to match animals to their names, description and habitat. It includes a variety of animals including fish, birds, mammals, insects and amphibians. There is a group activity and an individual activity: Group Activity: Students match animals to their names, description and habitat (KS1 and KS2 versions). Individual Activity: Students match animals to their names, description and habitat on a worksheet. This is differentiated three ways: Easier – Students match animals to their habitats. Medium – Students match animals to their description and habitat. Harder – Students fill in the names of the animals and match them to their description and habitat. Extension – Students classify animals as fish, birds, mammals, insects or amphibians. If you like this resource, we would appreciate a review! We will happily send you a free resource in return for a review or useful suggestions/feedback. Contact us at email@example.com. For more Geography resources, check out www.teachitforward.co.uk.
Two differentiated worksheets about animals and where they live.
This resource contains 5 different puzzles / habitats. These puzzles are a great way for you to introduce and reflect upon animal habitats in your teaching. Simply cut out each of the jigsaw pieces and laminate (this will keep them strong and longer lasting and students match the animals/objects to the correct habitat. Habitats included are: ♦ desert ♦ ocean ♦ arctic ♦ rainforest ♦ pond Each puzzle comes with 4 animals/nature piece. Each puzzle piece has an image and the name of that image below it. A fun activity that is a great way to introduce or work on animal habitats.
A detailed lesson on how plants and animals are adapted to living in different habitats. An interactive Power point that explores all habitats on Earth.
Animal habitats 4 pack of fun worksheets. Here is what is in the packet: 2 cut and past activities on animal habitats. 1 drawing activity on animal habitats. 1 worksheet matching animals to their habitat.
These task cards are a great way for students to improve their skills and knowledge of different habitats. This product contains 24 cards with multiple choice questions about the different types of habitats. A recording sheet and an answer key are included. Blank cards are also included for questions to be added, if wanted. The same 24 cards are also available as open ended questions.
This powerpoint is suitable for teachers in KS1 who are introducing the topic of animals and habitats. It includes various habitat descriptions along with images of the various animals
This activity contains 8 different categories for animal habitats: Farm Forest Pond Swamp Ocean Jungle Desert Polar It also contains 8 labeled pictures of animals for each habitat. All 8 habitats can be used together or as few as 2 can be used to differentiate instruction. It also contains 2 pages to list the animals for each habitat. The pictures are clear and vibrant to catch a child's attention. Print on card stock and laminate for longer lasting use.
A worksheet to support and understand different animal habitats and adaption. On the worksheet there is a chart with the animals: tiger, zebra, spider, shark and tortoise. Students will need to complete their chart for where the animal lives (habitat) and how it has changed to live in this area (adaption). For example: A zebra = habitat a long grassed area adaption - it has stripes to hide in the grass from other animals. Students to complete their chart either using their own knowledge or through secondary research - e.g. books or internet.
Animals & Habitats Scavenger Hunt:- This activity is designed based on my Animals & their Habitats unit which you can get from this store. Preview images may have reduced picture quality due to jpeg file. But original .pdf file contains clear images. This scavenger hunt includes key information and everything you’ll need to teach your students about the animals and their different habitats on the earth. There are 20 scavenger hunt cards with colorful pictures. It’s a great tool for to review vocabulary and science on animals and their habitats. Directions to use and purpose: 1. At the end of this Scavenger hunt students will be able to learn the vocabulary and science behind the animals and their habitats. 2. Print the Scavenger Hunt cards on card stock or brightly -colored paper and cut them apart along the black lines. 3. Make copies of the Scavenger Hunt questions worksheet. Each student needs a copy. 4. Place the Scavenger Hunt cards around your classroom where students will be able to find them. You can put them on chairs, on the computer keyboard, on the back of your classroom door, on the sides of student desks, on the chalkboard, or wherever you like. 5. Students have to search the room and find all of the sentence cards to answer the questions. You can differentiate by having students work alone or with a classmate.
Create a poster about different habitats and the animals that live there. Includes color and black and white posters for: Savanna Rainforest Arctic Desert
This huge new resource includes 118 pages of beginning reader books and activities - perfect for struggling readers and English learners! These books build confidence in English learners and beginning readers, using repeated phrases and key visuals to help with understanding the text. Each of the 5 books includes 2 or 3 levels of differentiation, so you get 12 total texts to use in your classroom, as well as reading activities to accompany each book! Use these emergent reader books for guided reading, independent reading, tutoring, struggling readers, and intervention. It’s a great addition to an animal and habitats unit as well! Books include: -Animal Habitats book (3 levels of differentiation included) -Ocean Animals book (2 levels) -Arctic Animals book (2 levels) -Rainforest Animals book (3 levels) -Desert Plants and Animals book (2 levels) Follow me on Pinterest and Instagram for ideas of how to use this resource!