Water Is Life
In this activity, students will learn about the importance of water to wildlife.
By completing this lesson, your students will be able to:
- Obtain and evaluate information from a nonfiction text about the importance of water and riparian areas.
- List at least 3 ways that wildlife use water.
- Identify adaptations that some animals have to conserve water.
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 read a passage about the importance of water to wildlife. Then, they will use their reading comprehension skills to answer some questions and decipher a hidden word.
This lesson has been correlated to the following Arizona Department of Education academic standards:
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