Are you looking for a factual unit to introduce the important themes hibernation, migration and adapting animals in your preschool, kindergarten and first grade classroom? Our Hibernation, Migration and Adaptation Activities unit is just what you need! Click HERE to check it out.
This unit includes 18 real photos of hibernating animals and a label. This activity is a great way to start the unit.
The boys and girls can build on comprehension and vocabulary by choosing 4 of their favorite hibernating animals to draw and label.
For more of a challenge the boys and girls can choose one hibernating animal, draw a picture and write a few sentences about it.
After reading several books about hibernating animals. Have the boys review all of the similar characteristics hibernating animals have.
The boys and girls will color the hibernating animals for a quick review.
This creative writing activity is available in several different levels. The boys and girls will create a cover for a hibernating animal book.
Animals hibernate in a variety of places. Read a great book, like Over and Under the Snow by Kate Messner and then have the boys and girls help sort the hibernating locations as above ground or below ground. The can also discuss the animals that sleep in each.
You can review or begin the lesson using Who is Hibernating.
Review throughout your unit with labeling activities.
The boys and girls will build on their hibernating animal vocabulary and writing skills with this cute book. They will choose animals to fill the pages and practice writing the animal names.
Who is hibernating is perfect for preschool. The children will add unique materials to each page.
The boys and girls can also learn a cute hibernating song, as well as create puppets to act it out.
The boys and girls will love this cute hibernating bear craftivity.
The migration and adaptation activities are very similar with several new craftivities for each.
This book can be used as a creative writing activity or to be sent as a fun homework idea with children that go on family trips in the winter.
The boys and girls will write creatively about what they think they animals that migrated saw on their journey.
The boys and girls will write creatively about what they think some of the animals did throughout the winter months.
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