Students learn about adaptations. Students participate in several hands-on activities that help them to understand the special features that different animals have that helps each to survive. Using animal puppets and body parts as props, students identify the different tools that animals have for survival.
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Living things have special tools for survival.
1. Understand adaptations as those special
2. Choose a living thing and name two of its special tools for survival
3. List one thing he or she can do to protect a wide variety of different animals
WV Content Standards met:
English/Language Arts - RLA.2.3.1, RLA.2.3.2
Science/Technology - SC.2.2.1, SC.2.3.1, SC.2.3.2, SC.2.3.3, SC.2.4.2, SC.2.4.5, SC.2.6.2
Did You Know?
The New River was designated an American Heritage River on July 30, 1998. There are currently fourteen American Heritage Rivers in the country.