Jungle Animals 1/19/22

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Science3rd Grade

This lesson contains 21 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 4 videos.

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Welcome To Todays Lesson!
How are you feeling Today?

Slide 1 - Poll

Today Is....
January 19th 2022

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Todays Theme is Jungle animals
  1. Read
  2.  Quick P.E
  3. Watch a video
  4. Key words
  5. Fun Facts
  6. activities and questions
Take notes

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Slide 5 - Video

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Todays Key Words🐸
  • Jungle
  • Rainforest
  • Animals 
  • Humid
  • Trees
  • Shade
  • Cool

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Bearing a strong resemblance to its guinea pig cousin, the capybara is the largest rodent on Earth, weighing in at more than 100 pounds and standing two feet tall. It lives in the dense vegetation that surrounds water, and frequently leaps in water bodies to hide from predators. It can hold its breath for up to five minutes.

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Mountain Gorillas
Mountain gorillas are the largest living primates on earth! Along with chimpanzees, orangutan, and bonobos, they are the closest living relatives of humans, with mountain gorillas having the most developed brain of the four. They live primarily on the lush mountain sides of national parks in Rwanda, Uganda, and the Democratic Republic of Congo in Central Africa. Mountain gorillas live in groups of roughly 30 members, with one dominant, male troop leader called a ‘silverback’ for the silver color in his coat. 

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Scarlet Macaw
One of the most iconic rainforest species, the scarlet macaw is a striking, large parrot with bright red plumage and brilliant blue and yellow wing feathers. Its powerful beak can open hard nuts and seeds. Scarlet macaws are one of the few species that mate for life.

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Poison Dart Frog
One of the most brightly colored animals on the planet, the poison dart frog uses its color to warn predators of the toxic venom the lies within its skin. Indigenous cultures often use this frog’s poison to coat the tip of blow darts used for hunting.

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Poison Dart Frog
Mountain Gorilla
Scarlett Macaw

Slide 13 - Drag question

Which animal does NOT belong in the jungle?

Slide 14 - Quiz

Which Jungle do you like best? Give me 3 reasons why!

Slide 15 - Poll

Which word is not a keyword we learned today

Slide 16 - Quiz

Slide 17 - Video

key word #1

Slide 18 - Open question

key word #2

Slide 19 - Open question

key word #3

Slide 20 - Open question

Time to do a work sheet!

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