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Have you ever been to a desert? Most of us probably haven’t, but even if you have, there are so many more deserts to see and there’s so much more to learn about them than you might imagine. You see, no two deserts are exactly alike!
In Desert Biomes, you will visit all kinds of deserts to learn about their climates, the plants and animals that live there, and the incredible varied terrains around the world.
You’ll be amazed at the amount of rain deserts (don’t) get and the incredible temperature differences between hot and cold deserts!
Do you think there are more diurnal or nocturnal animals in deserts? Not even sure what those words mean? No worries. You’ll know soon enough and will be in awe of the cool creatures!
Is the famous cactus the only plant you’ll find in a desert? No way! Learn about the cactus and so many more interesting desert plants that have the awesome ability to store water for survival.
Eight creative lessons, appropriate for multiple ages between 1st-8th grades, cover the following topics:
- What is a Biome?
- Famous Deserts
- Typical Desert Temperatures
- Desert Plants
- Diurnal Desert Animals
- Nocturnal Desert Animals
- Desert Landforms
- A Special Oasis
Be careful. After finishing this curriculum, you just might want to visit deserts all over the world in person!
Let’s have fun exploring deserts together!
- 33 pages
- Digital curriculum
- Appropriate for black and white printing, but printing is not necessary
- Content suitable for charter schools
The No Sweat Nature Study series tries to stay away from creation or evolution content. In this particular edition, some of the additional resources mention evolution because it was difficult to find neutral sources.