Reflection: Lesson Planning Adapting and Camouflage - Section 2: Let's Be Birds

 

It is often tricky to get materials for specific experiments. This is more true when the materials are not part of a kit or science box. In order to obtain the cloth for the experiment I asked for donations from families, and in this case one family had a quilter in their household. She provided me with various colors of scrap pieces she had. I told her about the size I needed and the floral type pattern that would work best. Asking ahead of time for materials can really be beneficial and keep the expenses down. 

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Adapting and Camouflage

Unit 7: Life Science
Lesson 2 of 14

Objective: SWBAT determine how animals use camouflage to survive in various environments and why animals look the way they do in their environments.

Big Idea: Camouflage and adaptability are structures that animals and plants have that aide in their survival. This lesson helps students connect to how camouflage and other structures make it possible for animals and plants to survive.

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Science, animal, adaptation, survival, life science
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