Coping with the Cold: How Animals Prepare and Survive the Winter Season thoroughly covers the topics of adaptations, migration and hibernation through a huge selection of outdoor and indoor nature study ideas!
You’ll learn how and why animals prepare for the winter season as you make autumn observations, then learn about how various animals spend their winter days through wintery walks and warm indoor activities.
Nature times outdoors will be spent recording the busyness of animals storing food for the winter, locating possible burrows and dens, observing migration patterns, finding animal tracks in the snow and much, much more!
Indoors, complete insulation experiments, learn about adaptation rules, find out about hibernation variations, complete projects to demonstrate animal adaptations, research migration flyways, and these name just a few of the many ideas!
As usual, choose one activity or complete a bunch, it’s your choice! Fourteen notebooking pages supply you with attractive, ready-made lessons.
As colder weather approaches, don’t stop studying nature. There’s an entire cold season of creation just waiting to be discovered!
60 pages, digital curriculum