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I Like to Move-It
This is an activity which will allow learners to gain an understanding of lemur behavior through observation and role play.
In this activity (25th on the page) about learning and memory, learners explore a training method that animal trainers employ called "shaping." Working in pairs, learners will attempt to "shape" each
In this activity, learners play bingo to learn about the diversity of birds. This game includes a warm-up lesson and "Full Flight" version.
In this activity about daily rhythms (on page 17 of the PDF), learners will explore circadian patterns in humans, animals and plants.
This activity (on page 2 of the PDF under SciGirls Activity: Colorblind Dogs) is a full inquiry investigation into dogs' ability (or inability) to see color.
Jay PlayAdd to list Details
In this outdoor activity, learners find out the color of food that jays prefer and then try to change the birds' preference by altering the taste of the food with salt.
Survival of the Fittest: Battling Beetles
This guided inquiry three-part activity engages learners in thinking about the mechanism of natural selection through data collection and pattern recognition.
Wolf PosturesAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners investigate how wolves communicate with each other through different body postures.
In this activity, learners make plaster casts of an animal track to learn more about animals and animal behavior.
In this simulation game, learners play as predators equipped with genetically different “mouths” (utensils) and hunt for “prey” (assorted beans).
A Better Fly TrapAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners observe fly behavior and then build a flytrap.
Find Your PackAdd to list Details
This activity introduces learners to wolf behavior and communication.