Science Lesson Plan

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Science Lesson Plan
Baby Animals and their Mothers
Grade Level 1
Overview
Objective
Standards
Materials
Procedure
The purpose of the lesson is for the children to learn
more about animals and how they differ in appearance
from a baby animal to an adult animal. Another
important aspect of this lesson plan is to learn what type
of climate the animal lives in.
The objective of the activity is to match the pictures of
the animals to their mothers and then place then in
groups if the animal lives in a cold or warm or both cold
and warm environment 90% accuracy.
The subject of this lesson is science and the standard is
the living environment.
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Evaluation
Pictures of baby animals
Matching pictures of mother animals
Pictures of a desert, a snow covered land, and a
forest.
A Vitalist Account (for teachers)
Before planning this activity students need to
have background knowledge of :
 Different types of animals
 Where the animals live
Ask students if they could survive without their
mothers. Do they think animals can live on their
own?
Pass out cards with different animals on each
one. The baby animals are separated from the
mother card. Each child must have his/her own
card.
Have children go around room and try to find
their animal’s mother/child.
Once mother and child are found, have them
stand in group next to the picture where they
believe that is the type of climate the animal lives
in.
To find out how much they have learned, the next day
they will be given a quiz with baby animals to match to
their mothers. They then will have to write next to each
match what type of climate the animals live in.
Adapted from: http://www.alphabet-soup.net/dir7/zooactivity.html
Picture from: http://www.kidport.com/RefLib/science/Animals/Images/BabyMonkey.JPG
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