Can They All Live Together

Unit 5: Where Does It Live?
Lesson 3 of 17

Objective: SWBAT decide which imaginary animals might share a habitat and why

Big Idea: Each habitat is filled with diversity. Students need to understand that a habitat is more than a single animal in a single place

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Science, forest, ecosystem, investigation, survival, rainforest, habitats
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