Week of 9/17-9/21
Unit B, Chapter 1: Habitats for Plants and Animals
- environment: all the living and nonliving things in a place
- habitat: place where an animal finds the food, water, and shelter it needs to live
- desert: environment that gets little rain
- rain forest: environment where rain falls almost every day
- woodland forest: environment that gets enough rain and warmth for many trees to grow
- Arctic: cold and windy environment
- pond: small body of fresh water
- food chain: order in which animals eat plants and other animals
- Identify a habitat as a place where a plant or an animal lives and grows.
- Recognize that different habitats meet the needs of different plants and animals.
- Identify and describe different kinds of land environments and habitats.
- Provide examples of animals meeting their needs in different land habitats.
- Identify and describe different kinds of water environments and habitats.
- Provide examples of animals meeting their needs in different water habitats.
- Identify and describe ways in which plants and animals help each other.
- Describe and give examples of food chains.