We found 58 resources with the concept forest animals
Lions, Tigers and Bears Oh Animals!Lesson Planet
2nd - 4th CCSS: Adaptable
Fear not, this thematic unit on animals and habitats poses no threat to you or your students. In fact, this fun series of whole class, small group, and independent learning activities will have your class engaged in learning about the...
Through the Rainforest JungleLesson Planet
3 mins 6th - 12th
Do you remember Michael Palin from Monty Python? Follow him through the rainforest jungle where he and his guide are on the look out for birds. This video is well narrated and informational but far too short. This special is available in...
Rainforests - Under the Canopy, Part 3/3Lesson Planet
10 mins 2nd - 6th
Concluding this three-part episode of Kratt's Creatures the Kratt brothers travel down the river to find even more rainforest animals. We'll learn that each animal has a different job to do in this forest environment, sloths, bugs, and...
Rainforests - Under the Canopy, Part 2/3Lesson Planet
9 seconds 2nd - 6th
Part two in this three-part episode of Kratts's Creatures focuses on the birds, flowers, amphibians, and insects found under the rainforest canopy. They name various animals and differentiate which ones live in the wet and dry parts of...
Rainforests - Under the Canopy, Part 1/3Lesson Planet
8 mins 2nd - 6th
Your may remember the Kratt brothers from their PBS show, Zabomafoo. Here they are in a whole new environment, the rainforest! The silly antics and clear and basic information make this video perfect for children in grades k-3. In this...
Rainforest Animals and Plant Life in the Amazon JungleLesson Planet
2 mins 6th - 12th
See how the animals and plants of the rainforest are perfectly adapted to each other and their lush environment. This is a short clip from a longer BBC special but works well on its own when used to show environmental interdependence.
Rainforest (Elementary, Social Studies)Lesson Planet
3rd - 4th
Explore the rainforest with your class. Learners study the meaning of the word endangered, choose an animal to study, gather data, and discuss why the animal is in danger of extinction. This is a motivating way to have your class discuss...