Be an Endangered Animal Detective – Identify and Solve Problems


By Sparking Children’s Thinkibility

Grades 1st – 5th Biology, Earth Day, Other (Science)

A dive into the world of endangered animals is not always a pleasant journey. This package focuses on exploring possibilities and solutions. A range of animals are used as examples and there are cards that can be used as inspiration for storytelling as well as research.

 This package contains:

1. 16 Endangered Animals Cards, 2 blank cards

2. What I know and what I want to know

3. What is the difference between endangered animals and extinct animals?

4. Mind Map Endangered Animals – Orangutan plus an blank one

5. Ask the pygmy hippo questions about endangered animals

6. Main reasons people cause other species to become endangered

7. Endangered Animal Dictionary

8. Mind Map Habitat

9. A forest or a burrow?

10. The Amount of Space

11. What if it was possible to improve habitats?

12.Jane Goodall’s Work to Protect Chimpanzees

13.Blue Hyacinth Macaw – Animals as pets

14. Draw a poster

15. Slow loris – Animals as pets

16. Draw a poster

17. Which animals would you save first? Tally

18. My Action Plan to Help

19. Elephants and helmeted hornbills – ivory

20. Plan Your Endangered Animal Story

21. Write a Endangered Animal Story

22. Value of animals – biomimicry

 

Link to STEM Be an Endangered Animal Detective – Identify and Solve Problems

 

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