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Thicket Game Presentation
Students will engage in a teacher-led game identifying the adaptation in animals and the importance of adaptation to animals.
Working in collaborative groups, one student will be the predator and the other students the prey which are the ones who are going to hide.
The predator will get blindfolded. After counting, the predator removes the blindfold and looks for prey. The predator can turn around, squat, or stand on his or her tiptoes, but cannot walk or change location.
Students will view a teacher-created PowerPoint presentation.
Students will create a database in which they categorize what made predators and prey successful. For example, were they quiet, clever, camouflaged, or good listeners?
Students will work with pair buddies to describe the importance of adaptations to animals.
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