Students will understand antonyms and how they’re used for binary comparison by researching an animal and making connections to themselves.
Students will create a display of animals found in a specific ecosystem and be able to describe important details of that animal’s habitat, features, characteristics, and adaptations. The students will have to group animals according to their class and define similarities and differences between animals of the same class.
Students will better understand physical adaptations of certain animals, and how those adaptations increase the animal’s chances of survival.
Students will record information about the animals seen from various sources within the Wilderness Classroom web site into a chart. Students will make observations about data collected and record where they found the data.
Students will use descriptive language and scientific observation to predict the mystery photo.