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Habitracks Storyboard
Updated: 9/29/2020
Habitracks Storyboard
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  • Habitracks Lesson
  • Todays Objectives are...
  • Engage
  • Explore
  • Students will be able to identify the basic makings of a habitat which are food, water and shelter. Students identify what makes up a habitat using maps and their surroundings.Items they will need include habitat maps, task cards, glue, tape, scissors, pencils, chalkboard and small paper bags.
  • Elaborate
  • We saw the squirrel eat the small acorn from the tree.
  • Why is it important that animals have food, water and shelter?
  • To first Engage the students, I will demonstrate different places their favorite animals live, and what are the differences between their habitats. 
  • Explain
  • As a team, the students will Explore the different habitats they are assigned and what are key elements in them.
  • Evaluate 
  • What elements are in this animals habitat?
  • Ask the students to Elaborate what found all the key elements that make up a habitat such as food, water, and shelter.
  • I saw the duck lay in its nest.
  • The instructor will then ask the students to Explain why did all of the key elements that make up a habitat such as food, water, and shelter.
  • Finally the instructor will Evaluate the students knowledge giving them an animal and ask them to describe what elements they need in their specific habitat.
  • Lives in ponds.Eats fliesDrink water from pond.
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