This week’s topic on Teaching With a Touch of Honey is habitats. Habitats is a favourite topic of mine! Be sure to check back each day this week for your habitat freebies! There is so much to do with this topic that it is hard to find a place to start! Consider using today’s scavenger hunt freebie to introduce your students to a unit on habitats!
Habitat Scavenger Hunt
Create a reading corner in your classroom and bring in books, magazines, pamphlets, and other information you may have gathered about habitats. Introduce students to this unit by putting them in pairs or small groups and having them complete an information scavenger hunt about habitats. Students can search for answers using the print resources in your reading corner. If you have access to the internet, students can also use websites to find the answers to their questions.
Download Your Copy of the Habitat Scavenger Hunt
Download your copy of the habitat scavenger hunt. Simply click on one of the images to download the scavenger hunt activity pages. One page has primary lines for younger students while the other copy has regular lines. An answer key is also provided.
- Habitat Hot Seat Questions Freebie
- Habitat What I Know Templates Freebie
- Habitat Entry and Exit Cards Freebie
Please take a minute and answer the following question in the comment section below: “What challenges do you have when teaching a unit on habitats?” Thanks!
- Habitats Part 2: How to Promote a Student’s Habitat Vocabulary Development
- Habitats Part 3: 5 Interesting Ways to Use Writing in a Habitat Unit
- Habitats Part 4: How Can I Assess Students in a Habitat Unit?
- Habitats Part 5: Habitat Resources and a LinkUp
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