Rainforest of South America

Mary Scott


 This lesson will help students identify the factors that affect where people choose to settle, the availability of transportation the climate and resources available.

 They will be able to describe how places are connected by the movement of goods and services, ideas, and people.  Students will be able to describe

 patterns of change that occur in the rainforest and  describe the topography and  explain its effect on the growth of the communities within the rainforest. 

See: http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/rainforest/

Grade Level:  2nd

Topic: The Rainforest

Subject :  Science/ Math                                

OBJECTIVES:

Students will  to identify different kinds of animals that live in the rainforest.  Student will also see different kinds of animals in  the rainforest , and see them  in their natural habitat.

 ACTIVITIES: 

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Materials: 

Internet, paper, pencil, puzzles, and chalkboard

                 

Assessment:

  1. What makes  a rainforest different forest different  any other forest?
  2. What  kind of animals are in the rainforest?
  3. What location are most rainforest found?
  4. Name three kinds of rainforest.

 


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