Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Habitat Hunt - Section 3: Explore


The children did a good job with identifying most of the animals and plants on the Habitat Hunt, however, I noticed that some of the lower achieving students had trouble remembering what the animal or plant names were.  To improve this, I will be taping name labels to the animals and plants so the children can easily identify them. 

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Habitat Hunt

Unit 4: The Wonderful Biodiversity of Life
Lesson 13 of 17

Objective: SWBAT actively collect data from observations of plant and animal life in a simulated environment.

Big Idea: Collecting data is an important part of a science investigation.

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Science, biodiversity , collecting data, second grade, habitats
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