A Habitat Is a Home

Royce, Christine Anne
September 2009
Science & Children;Sep2009, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p16
Academic Journal
The article provides information on the thoughts of several students about the different habitats of other organisms, how important the habitat is to animals for survival, the kind of habitats animals live in, and how to create a habitat for a classroom animal. It presents the book written by students Steve Jenkins and Robin Page titled "I See a Kookaburra" and "The Salamander Room," by Anne Mazer and Steve Johnson. It also presents an activity wherein students learn to understand how organisms live in their environments.


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