Third grade students will use poster paper to identify and label one of three species of bears,, and draw their habitats with 90% accuracy. Starting the lesson by watching videos about habitats and doing a quiz on Brain POP.
The Answer is A.
Students will have the opportunity to explore around the classroom and find resources on habitats and adaptation.
I didn't not know polar bears could swim
Students will be split into three groups of six. Then be given a bear to identify and label its features, adaptations and draw habitat.
I think we should add fishes because that is what polar bears eat
Groups will then present and explain the information found in their posters about their bear to the class.
This is Grizzly Bear
To ensure students understood the concept of habitats after presentations they will answer the question on the board on their own.
I think he will not because....
Question What will happen to a grizzly bear if you move him to a cold area such as Antarctica? Will the bear be able to live in his new home? Why or why not?
I think he will because he has fur and.....
I think he will and will not
Students will have time to continue exploring the classroom in computers on the subject of habitats if there is extra time, the class will watch a short clip of a show called Wild Kratts on extreme habitats.