Compare and Contrast Owls, Bats and Raccoons

Unit 3: Nocturnal Animals
Lesson 5 of 6

Objective: Students understand that there are many things that are similar amongst nocturnal animals by comparing them in a Venn Diagram.

Big Idea: Students see the similarities and differences amongst different types of nocturnal animals.

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Science, Science Skills, compare-and-contrast, Venn diagram, Nocturnal, echolocation, animal
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