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405 reviewed resources for winter animals

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Plants and Animals: Alike and Not Alike

For Students 5th
After reading an informative paragraph that outlines some of the differences between plants and animals, fifth graders attempt to correctly categorize 12 words in a word bank. They must put them in the plant, or animal category. This...
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Winter Word Cards

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Walk in a winter wonderland with a set of picture word cards. Kids work on their seasonal vocabulary with 18 cards, which include both pictures and names of winter items and animals that live in the cold.
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A Time for All Seasons - Winter

For Teachers 1st - 3rd Standards
As the days get shorter and a chill enters the air, it's time to start teaching your little ones about the wondrous winter season. Through a series of teacher demonstrations, whole-class read alouds and discussions, and hands-on...
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Winter-time Temps

For Teachers 4th - 6th
Students measure temperature and become aware the the temperature above and below the snow is different.  In this winter temperature lesson plan, students measure temperatures to find variation based on how the snow is packed. Students...
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Munchtime for animals

For Students 3rd - 4th
Which animals eat meat to stay alive? Third graders group fish, hawks, and cats into carnivores and herbivores. An extended activity prompts kids to cut out magazine pictures of different animals according to the foods that they eat. 
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Fact or Opinion: Animals

For Students 3rd - 6th Standards
How many legs do spiders have? Is that an opinion, or is it a fact? Complete a worksheet with four sets of five questions about different animals and their attributes, noting whether each statement is a fact or an opinion.
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Brr! 5 Videos about Winter!

For Students K - 5th Standards
Seasons, snowflakes, balance of snowmen, arctic animals, and how to survive in the winter are the key concepts addressed in a video that reviews the Earth's four seasons with extra focus on winter.
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Farm Animals

For Teachers K - 3rd Standards
Why are farm animals important to the community? Expand young farmers' knowledge of furry and feathered friends through stories and a video. There are several books recommended; however, you could use any book about farm animals. A video...
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2nd Grade - Act. 27: How Animals Prepare for Winter

For Teachers 2nd
What do animals do during the winter? Second graders will discover that some animals migrate and other hibernate during the winter. Using "How and Why Animals Prepare for Winter," by Elaine Pascoe, they will discuss and create a drawing...
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Where do Bears go in Winter?

For Students 3rd - 5th Standards
Do bears really sleep for an entire season? Six multiple choice questions and a drawing activity make up a worksheet that tests scholars' comprehension skills after reading about bears during winter. 
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P is for Penguins

For Teachers Pre-K - 1st
Practice printing, matching, tracing, cutting, coloring, and more with a packet full of penguins! Allow these perky winter animals to help your kids out as they work on these skills.
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Here Comes Winter!

For Teachers K - 1st
Students investigate winter behaviors in animals. They describe winter and write about the characteristics of the season by drawing and labeling a winter picture. Students then conduct research on a chosen animal and create a chart. ...
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Winter Survival/Hike

For Teachers 4th - 12th
Hibernation isn't just about staying fed, it's about staying warm. Young environmentalists explore the importance of staying warm in the wilderness with a short lesson about surviving in the wild. Using gelatin to represent warm-blooded...
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Winter Play Pack

For Teachers K - 3rd
Uncover the magic of winter using this winter play pack. Fold it into a book for learners to work through as they explore wildlife during the cold months. They create winter ice art, go on a scavenger hunt for various plants and animals,...
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Reading Adventure Pack: Animals

For Parents K Standards
Scholars explore the animal kingdom with help from two texts, Blueberries for Sal by Robert McCloskey and A Bed for the Winter by Karen Wallace. The literature and informational text set the learning stage for thoughtful discussion and...
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Animals Are Different

For Students K - 1st
Each animal is different! Showcase animal characteristics through a series of questions based on simple images of well-known animals. This worksheet has learners examining 8 animals: rabbit, penguin, parrot, dolphin, bear, ostrich, duck,...
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How do animals survive winter?

For Teachers K - 6th
Students make a chart about hibernation. In this hibernation lesson plan, students discuss hibernation and read about it. Then they fill in a chart about how different animals know when and how to hibernate.
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Winter is All Around Us

For Teachers K - 1st
Students present what they have learned on Antartica. Students identify deciduous and evergreen trees and plants; identify and study about the habitats of animals that migrate, hibernate, and adapt; study the Aurora and Aurora Borealis...
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Animals in the Winter: Second Grade

For Teachers 2nd
Ever wonder what animals do in winter? If your 2nd graders do then they will enjoy this PowerPoint. Each slide begins with a questions and then provides the answer, it is a short presentation but the resource links at the bottom make it...
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Why do Animals Form Swarms?

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Swarms contain no leader, yet often act with an intelligence higher than any individual member. Birds, insects, and fish all commonly swarm for a variety of reasons. Scholars learn about swarming behavior in a short video before...
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Name That Critter

For Students K - 2nd
Young learners classify five different animals into their proper category. The animals pictured are a pigeon, a lizard, a cat, a frog, and a goldfish. Pupils are also asked to tell why they know it's a certain kind of animal. An...
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Animal over Winter

For Teachers 2nd - 5th
Gosh those polar regions can get cold. So, how do the animals that live there survive the long winters? Learners explore how animals adapted to survive harsh wintry conditions by completing a worksheet and comparing animal survival...
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Academic Raceway: Animals

For Teachers 3rd - 4th
Race to the finish line with this interactive PowerPoint! Students must answer multiple choice questions about animals to get to the Winners' Circle. Tip: Have students play individually until they can get all of the questions correct.
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Winter Survival

For Teachers 7th - 9th
Students create a list of the five most important things they need to survive a winter night. In this survival activity, students work in groups to list things they would need to survive a night outside in winter. Students remove items...

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