Animal Guest #1 (Meet the Gecko!)

Unit 8: Animal Guests
Lesson 2 of 4

Objective: SWBAT record specific observations about an animal. They will then discuss how its physical features and behaviors may help or hinder it in the local environment.

Big Idea: An animal's ability to survive in a given environment depends on a complex set of innate species characteristics, individual traits, and responses to expected and unexpected environmental circumstances.

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Science, observations, geckos, reptiles, lizards, response to environment, Common House Gecko, animals in the classroom, survival, observation, desert animals
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