My Baby Animals Book
In this activity, students will make a book that explores different baby animals found in Arizona.
By completing this lesson, your students will be able to:
- Obtain and evaluate information from a nonfiction text about baby animals.
- Understand how some animal babies require more or less care from their parents and how these different strategies help the animals.
- Use scissors to cut along a straight line.
More About this Lesson Plan
Wild Kids is a collection of simple activities that can be used to introduce students to different wildlife and life science concepts. Each activity includes a two page printable student worksheet and a page of teacher instructions. They have been aligned to the Arizona academic science standards and can be used to promote three dimensional teaching.
In this activity, students will make a book that explores different baby animals found in Arizona. After reading the book (individually or guided), they will answer some basic comprehension questions. In addition to the science content, this activity has the potential to help develop fine motor skills.
This lesson has been correlated to the following Arizona Department of Education academic standards:
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