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.
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.
As a team, the students will Explore the different habitats they are assigned and what are key elements in them.
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.