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Cartoon house

Student Application

Peek into the habitats of different kinds of animals to see how they meet their needs.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will understand that a habitat provides animals with food, water, and shelter; and it provides plants with sunlight and water.
  2. Students will describe the different habitats and give examples of how plants and animals obtain the things they need to live from each type of environment.
    1. Design a Habitat: Have each student think about the habitats that they have seen on the video and let them draw a habitat of their own. Encourage students to think about what kinds of plants and animals would live in the habitat they have chosen. If it is a cold habitat, what kind of covering will their animals have? How will plants grow in ...

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Asset: Shelter

A house.

Student Application

Some things people want. Some things people must have are called needs. Needs must be met before wants.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will understand the difference between wants and needs. A want is anything that a person does not need, but would like to have. A need is anything that a person must have to live a comfortable, healthy, and safe life.
  2. Students will know about the many needs that humans require.

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Shelter

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Rate Shelter

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Shelter for humans.

Student Application

Peek into the habitats of different kinds of animals to see how they meet their needs.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will understand that a habitat provides animals with food, water, and shelter; and it provides plants with sunlight and water.
  2. Students will describe the different habitats and give examples of how plants and animals obtain the things they need to live from each type of environment.
    1. Design a Habitat: Have each student think about the habitats that they have seen on the video and let them draw a habitat of their own. Encourage students to think about what kinds of plants and animals would live in the habitat they have chosen. If it is a cold habitat, what kind of covering will their animals have? How will plants grow in ...

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Rate Shelter

Asset: Shelter

Suburban home.

Student Application

Some things people want. Some things people must have are called needs. Needs must be met before wants.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will understand the difference between wants and needs. A want is anything that a person does not need, but would like to have. A need is anything that a person must have to live a comfortable, healthy, and safe life.
  2. Students will know about the many needs that humans require.

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