Reflection: Student Communication Diorama Habitat - Section 4: Evaluate-Let's Share!!!


The students worked collaboratively to complete their habitat. They learned that you needed animals and plants in their habitat. They depend on each other. When groups presented their habitats, the students gave suggestions and comments. The students noticed that the group who created the forest had a snow owl in their habitat.  They recognized that the snow owl has think fur and white. In being white, it would blend great with the tundra habitat.They suggested that they take it out because it should be in the tundra habitat. 


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Diorama Habitat

Unit 3: Habitat
Lesson 7 of 8

Objective: SWBAT create a model of a habitat for an organism in which all of its needs would be met.

Big Idea: All living things, such as animals and plants, live in a habitat that is able to meet its needs to survive. However, no habitat is the same for all living things.

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Science, forest, desert area, plants, life science, diorama, habitats, Tundra, rainforest, animal, water, animal, Land
  75 minutes
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