Winter Wildlife’s Way of Winter Survival

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Wildlife’s Ways of Winter Survival. We will learn about what animals live in our area and how they survive in the winter, what they eat in winter, and whether or not they hibernate or migrate.

Activities will include: building a winter habitat (such as a cave, tree hole, or a hole under a rock. We will play-act winter survival scenarios be creating a fantasy world in which the child becomes the animal. We will read and write winter stories about hibernating, migrating and adapting. We will play a game about above ground vs below ground hibernation and make a marshmallow toothpick igloo.

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