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Plants and Animals Respond to Seasons

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Elizabeth Cosslett

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Transcript of Plants and Animals Respond to Seasons

Plants and Animals Respond to Seasons
Vocabulary
season
deciduous
evergreen
Learning Goal & Scale
How do plants and animals respond to changing seasons?
How do plants and animals respond to changing seasons?
How do plants and animals respond to changing seasons?
How do plants and animals respond to changing seasons?

How do plants and animals respond to changing seasons?
Adaptation
Which person do you agree with? Talk about it with someone at your table.
Vocabulary
Add these words to your science notebooks.
Trees Through the Seasons
Science Notebooks
Write about what happens to deciduous trees and coniferous trees during each season.
Add these words to your science notebook.
A Deer for all Seasons
Science Notebooks
In your science notebook, write to explain what happens to the deer in each season.
Read Aloud-
National Geographic Textbook
Pages 102-103
Why do manatees migrate?
Vocabulary
season
deciduous
evergreen
migrate
hibernate
Read the page that was given to you.
Take notes and highlight important information.
Be ready to share what you've learned with another person.
They will share what they learned from the other page with you.
Organisms and Seasonal Change
Each group will be assigned 1 season.
Read about the season.
Make a poster that includes a summary of the information.
Winter (pages 108-109)
Spring (pages 110-111)
Summer (pages 112-113)
Fall (pages 114-115)
Assessment
Written Response:
1. Describe two ways animals change to survive in the winter.
2. Contrast how deciduous trees and coniferous/evergreen trees change in the fall.
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