Overview

This activity challenges students to learn about the types of flying animals that live in their neighbourhoods, and explore their habitat, diet and characteristics. It is designed to be given to students to work outdoors!

Program of Study

Science

Objective

– Students consider where flying animals live in their neighbourhood
– Students identify the habitat features and diet of flying animals (insects, bats & birds)
– Students go outside!

Time

60 mins

Materials

– Student instruction sheet

Curriculum Outcomes

Grade 1 Science - Needs of Animals and Plants,
Grade 2 Science - Small Crawling and Flying Animals,
Grade 3 Science - Animal Life Cycles

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