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Animals - National Geographic

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K to 12
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Pandas and dolphins and deer - oh my! This website, created by National Geographic, offers an eclectic mix of reference information about numerous animals: fish, invertebrates, bugs,...more
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Pandas and dolphins and deer - oh my! This website, created by National Geographic, offers an eclectic mix of reference information about numerous animals: fish, invertebrates, bugs, birds, reptiles, and others. The site truly has something for everyone. There are video clips, interactive challenges, research information, music clips, photos, and current event news stories. There is a link for kids (designed for the elementary grades) with some age-appropriate interactives, news stories, and videos. This site requires Flash. You can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): amphibians (20), animals (276), birds (50), fish (24), mammals (32), reptiles (11)

In the Classroom

Use this site for research projects or in science class while learning about various animals. Use your interactive whiteboard or projector to share some of the videos and "kids" interactives with your elementary students. Then provide individual computers (or set up a learning station) for students to explore the site on their own. Be sure to list this site on your class website or wiki for students to explore at home and use for homework and research projects.
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