Help your students have fun learning about science and common animals of the forest with this FREE Animals of the Forest Notebooking Unit. They’ll look at 50 animals and record where they live, what they look like, and more!
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From massive bears to tiny earthworms and slugs, the forests are full of amazing and diverse creatures. Help your students learn about 50 of them with this FREE Animals of the Forest Notebooking Unit. For each animal, they’ll do independent research and use the pages to record:
- what country or countries each is found in
- the type or types of climates you can find each in
- the animal’s physical description
- other interesting facts about the animal
In this unit, they’ll learn about the:
- bald eagle
- banana slug
- blue jay
- golden eagle
- great grey owl
- great horned owl
- gypsy moth caterpillar
- mountain goat
- pine beetle
- ruffed grouse
- tent caterpillar moth
- tree frog
- white-tailed deer
- wood warbler
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