This science unit is prepared to teach all about the ‘Animal Hibernation’ during winter in the subject of biology. As we all know very well that animals need to survive and adapt to their environment in Winter.
This unit in the form of PDF file includes engaging, colorful, informative, visually stimulating and eye-catching photos and diagrams as per the topic need which rarely fails to stimulate a lively class discussion.
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The unit includes 13 different worksheets/activities at the end of the unit for the assessment of students knowledge and learning in class. Students may research different facts about each type of hibernation.
The unit involves the following Completed facts and topics:
Introduction to hibernation
Why do animals hibernate?
When do animals hibernate?
Preparation for hibernation
Animals entering the hibernation
Changes in animals during hibernation
Different kinds of hibernation
Various animals like (bear, fat tailed dwarf lemurs, garter snakes, snail, bat, woodchuck, raccoons, woodfrog, box turtle, hamster European hedgehog, birds) and their hibernation
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Discounted (save 15% of total price) Animal Science Units Bundle!!!!!! (All of the below UNITS that I am including in this Bundled Unit Download are sold separately on my TES store. Below is the complete list of what you are going to receive in a bundle with the description. You can also click on the link given at last on this page to buy individual resource or unit.) This bundle is for students of grades 4 to 10 contains SIX Animal science units as a part of ANIMAL UNIT (Adaptations/Habitats/Behavior/Hibernation/Migration/Classification) for a discounted price! It will help you to save 15% of total price!!! (Please note that this discounted bundled set is a compressed zip file. Please be sure you have the ability to unzip a file before making this purchase. Due to many images its a large file ..So please be patient while downloading the file.) This bundle contains the main following SIX units on Animal science: Animal Adaptation :- 13 Worksheets included 1\. Introduction to animal adaptations 2\. Classification of adaptations 3\. Physical adaptations 4\. Structural adaptations 5\. Behavioral adaptations 6\. Innate behavior 7\. Important definitions such as Migration, hibernation, estivation etc... 8\. Learned behavior 9\. Homiostasis and their adaptation 10.Endotherms and their adaptation 11\. Ectotherms and their adaptations 12.Use of animal adaptations as animal defense 13.Adaptation application for various animals such as, camel,Giraffe, Polar bear, Penguin, Shark, Ostrich, Tigers, Duck,Red eye tree frog, Turtle and Golden eagle. The following subtypes of the adaptations are covered in above main topics. Camouflage, Mimicry, Hibernation, Estivation, Mimicry, Migration, chemical defense, Food storage, Body covering. Animal Habitats :- 6 worksheets included 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 Animal Behavior :- 9 worksheets included 1\. Introduction on behavior 2.Various behaviors and ethology 3.Main types of behavior a. Innate behavior b. Learned behavior 4.Different examples of Innate behavior 5.Definitions 6.Learned behavior with examples 7.Types of learned behaviors • Habituation • Observational Learning • Classical Conditioning • Operant Conditioning • Learning by Playing • Shaping of Behavior • Trial and Error Learning -nature setting • Extinction of Behavior • Insight Learning 8\. Animal behavior vocabulary 9\. Worksheets on a. Writing of questions & answers b. Paragraph based questions and answers c. Finding the correct phrase on animal behavior from the given sentence d. Action/behavior/definition chart e. Identification of true/false statements f. Circle the letter of correct choice g. Finding and matching the correct vocabulary word h. Fill the given blanks Animal Classification :- 14 worksheets included It covers the two main groups of animals in the animal kingdom: 1.Invertebrates and 2.vertebrates. It also covers a detailed characteristics on two main groups of animals with beautiful and colorful pictures for easy understanding. Why is classification done? Two major groups: Vertebrates/Invertebrates Warm-Blooded Vs. Cold-Blooded Groups of Vertebrates with detailed characteristics and examples: *Amphibians *Birds *Fish *Mammals *Reptiles Groups of Invertebrates with detailed characteristics and examples: • Molluscs • Flatworms • Annelids • Roundworms • Sponges • Echinoderms • Cnidarians • Arthropods with the following groups: o Arachnids o Centipedes & Millipedes o Crustaceans o Insects Animal Hibernation :- 13--Worksheets/Activities The unit involves the following Completed facts and topics: Introduction to hibernation Why do animals hibernate? When do animals hibernate? Preparation for hibernation Animals entering the hibernation Changes in animals during hibernation Different kinds of hibernation Various animals like (bear, fat tailed dwarf lemurs, garter snakes, snail, bat, woodchuck, raccoons, woodfrog, box turtle, hamster European hedgehog, birds) and their hibernation Animal Migration :- 9 Worksheets with one reading passage included Introduction to Animal Migration Signals to Animals for when and where to migrate? Finding Their Way Surviving the journey Some record migrations Different Types of Migration : 1\. Seasonal migration 2\. Reproductive migration 3\. Nomadic migration 4\. Removal migration 5\. Complete migration 6\. Partial migration 7\. Multi-generational migration 8\. Irruptive migration Some examples of Migrating Animals : All the given topics are very well explained with number of the clear and beautiful pictures which will create a deep interest among students to know more and more about the Animal units. At the end of the each unit number of the worksheets / Activities are provided as a review exercise or test to check students' knowledge as a part of assessment which will be very helpful to students. If you have any questions on a unit for quality please email me and I will gladly assist you any way I can. Thank you for your time and interest in this bundle. Thank you in advance for rating and commenting.
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