Use this FREE Rainforest Animals Notebooking Unit to help your kids learn about more than 50 animals that live in some of the most exotic – and dangerous – places on Earth! From bats and snakes to beautiful birds and adorable monkeys, there is something here for any animal lover.
With this FREE Rainforest Animals Notebooking Unit, you can encourage your kids to learn about animals and their habitats as well as geography! This unit includes pictures of 57 different animals. It asks students to use their independent research skills and 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
Just have them find the countries on a map that each animal lives in to add some geography to your science unit!
They’ll learn about 57 different animals including:
- big-eyed tree frog
- bongo antelope
- Goliath beetle
- harpy eagle
- and many more!
Have you seen all the ways we have that your students can explore nature with notebooking? See How to Use the Julia Rothman Series for Science. Here are just a few of the resources we have for you:
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