Habitats

Pre K – K students will...

  • Explore the components of a habitat and compare animal habitats to human habitats.
  • Classify items as either living or non-living.
  • Sort living things based on their many diverse characteristics and how these characteristics influence what type of habitat they live in.
  • Explore hands-on activities; including animal artifacts and touch tanks.

1st – 2nd Grade students will...

  • Identify the multiple components that must interact effectively to maintain the health of a natural ecosystem.
  • Observe the diversity of characteristics that allow marine life to be suited to their environments.
  • Describe the components of different habitats; including coral reefs, sandy bottoms, open ocean, etc.
  • Explore hands-on activities; including animal artifacts and touch tanks.

3rd – 5th Grade students will...

  • Discuss the make-up of coral and coral reefs; and determine they are a plant, animal, rock, or combination.
  • Explore the diversity of living creatures and compare the traits that allow them to grow, reproduce, and survive in different types of habitats.
  • Explain the effects that human actions have on coral reefs and discuss both the beneficial and harmful aspects on oceans.
  • Explore hands-on activities; including animal artifacts and touch tanks.

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