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In this arts and crafts activity about animals and animal characteristics, learners will design animal hats and role-play as animals.
In this outdoor biology and math activity, learners estimate the size of a population of organisms too numerous to count.
In this activity, learners listen to a story and tell a story of their own as they learn about the importance of elders in Native American cultures.
This resource contains ideas and brief instructions on how to build animals out of construction paper and other simple materials.
In this activity, learners start their own field journal to better understand the wildlife in their area.
Find out what it would be like to have ears shaped differently from your own! Design and make different animal ears then try them out.
This activity (located on page 2 of PDF) introduces learners to the real size of animals using nonstandard measurement.
In this activity, learners use measurement concepts to make models of what their body parts might look like if they were a snake or a chameleon.
In this outdoor activity, learners use artificial bees and paper models of flowers to find out how bees transfer pollen from one flower to another.
During this interactive "survival" game, students learn about the importance of camouflage and how it helps animals to blend into their surroundings, as either predator or prey.
In this outdoor activity and observation game, learners hunt for a variety of textures, colors, odors and evidence of organisms in the activity site.
In this outdoor, warm weather activity, learners use sweepnets to search a grassy area such as a large lawn or field, collecting small animals to find as many different kinds of animals as possible.
In this outdoor activity, learners make models of homes that might protect small animals from the elements, then search living plants for real structures made by small animals.
In this activity about living things and gravity (page 5 of PDF), learners design and build an exoskeleton or an endoskeleton for an animal of their own invention.
In this activity, learners will explore how animal in cold areas stay warm.
In this activity, students will learn some key information about a San Francisco native animal and then write a firsthand account of their experience from the perspective of that animal in the time be
In this activity, learners will explore how different bird beaks work and discover what birds can eat based on their beak shape.
In this classic memory game (on pages 37-45 of PDF), learners turn over tiles to reveal images on the back.
In this activity, learners build one or more edible coral polyps and place them together to form a colony.