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Fourth through Sixth Grade Education Resources

Fourth Grade:

Animal Adaptations
This lesson focuses on the adaptations, body structures, and behavior of animals. The students will explore animal growth and adaptations of animals.

Coastal Wildlife Study
Students will complete five coastal wildlife research assignments using a variety of reference materials such as field guides, nonfiction books, encyclopedias, dictionaries, and seashell collections. This is a classroom study of the North Carolina coastal region.

Fifth Grade: See this page

Sixth Grade:

Web of Life
Grade 6 Science. Students will apply their knowledge of the different categories of species that live on Earth. Students will then use a variety of thinking maps to display their information.

Crocs, Then and Now
Grades 6-8. This lesson has students investigate the geographical distributions, habitats, and other features of modern crocodilians and SuperCroc (Sarcosuchus imperator). Students will consider the things we can learn about one species by studying the other. They will create Venn diagrams to compare and contrast one modern species with SuperCroc. They will conclude by writing paragraphs describing this comparison and explaining how each species helps us learn about the other.

Crocodiles
Grades 6-8. Changes in the environment have important effects on the way many types of animals evolve over long periods of time.

Snakes
A lesson plan from Discovery School for grades 6-8. Different types of snakes have different physical characteristics that help them survive and succeed in their particular habitats.

 

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