Engage your class in an exciting hands-on experience learning all about rabbits! This Rabbit Facts : An Animal Study is perfect for science in Preschool, Pre-K, Kindergarten, First Grade, and Second Grade classrooms and packed full of inviting science activities.
Students will learn about the difference between rabbit and a hare, omnivores, herbivores, and carnivores, parts of a rabbit, and a rabbit can, have, are craftivity. When students are done they can complete a rabbit research project. This pack is great for homeschoolers, kids craft activities, and to add to your nonfiction science unit studies!
Rabbit Facts: An Animal Study
To get started teaching your kids about these rabbit facts, you’ll want to understand what is included in this great set. This animal study is a great place to begin. Check out our list below and tips for how to begin with your fun unit study on rabbit. This is an ideal project to work with your children in the classroom or at home during the holiday season.
Inside The Rabbit Facts : An Animal Study You Will Find:
-Science Lesson Plans for the week
-Definition Posters – 11 pages
-Rabbit and Hare Venn Diagram Anchor Chart Pieces – 2 pages
-Rabbit and Hare PowerPoint – 13 pages
-Rabbit and Hare Posters (exact same as PowerPoint above) – 13 pages
-Rabbit and Hare Writing and Venn Diagram Worksheet – 2 pages
-Rabbit PowerPoint – 18 pages
-Rabbit Posters (exact same as PowerPoint above) – 18 pages
-Can, Have, Are Craftivity –3 pages
-Omnivore, Herbivore, and Carnivore Sort Posters – 3 pages
-Omnivore, Herbivore, and Carnivore Sort Sort (with real animal pictures) – 7 pages
-Omnivore, Herbivore, and Carnivore Sort Worksheet – 1 page
-Parts of a Rabbit Poster – 1 page
-Parts of a Rabbit Worksheet – 2 pages
-Rabbit Fact Book (2 versions included) – 3 pages
-Rabbit Research Project Craftivity – 3 pages
Materials Needed for Rabbit Facts : An Animal Study:
- paper or cardstock
- laminating pouches
- double sided tape, adhesive magnetic strips, or stapler
- vis-a-vie markers
How To Prepare Your Rabbit Facts : An Animal Study
This particular resource is full of an assortment of activities and centers, therefore, preparation will vary. Below is a quick rundown of each component in the Rabbits: An Animal Study.
Science Lesson Plans for the Week
Throughout the week students will be completing science activities about rabbit. They will learn the difference between a rabbit and a hare, a “can, have, are” craftivity, parts of a rabbit, animals that are carnivores, herbivores and omnivores, and then apply everything they have learned at the end of the week by creating a rabbit fact book or rabbit research project.
There are eleven different definition posters to help students better understand key vocabulary words about rabbits.
Rabbit and Hare PowerPoint and Posters
There is a thirteen page PowerPoint that describes the similarities and differences between a rabbit and a hare. Real pictures are included. If you do not have access to a computer, there are identical posters that you can use instead.
Rabbit and Hare Venn Diagram
As a class, everyone will complete a rabbit and hare Venn Diagram. The pieces to complete this activity are included. Students can complete a rabbit and hare comparison worksheet when finished. There is also a venn diagram worksheet included for students to complete.
Rabbit Facts PowerPoint and Posters
There is an eighteen page PowerPoint that introduces students to rabbit. Real pictures are included. If you do not have access to a computer, there are identical posters that you can use instead.
Can, Have, Are Rabbit Craftivity
There are two different versions of the worksheet for students to complete, depending on your students’ ages. There is also a template for students to color and cut out for the craft part of this activity.
Carnivore, Herbivore, or Omnivore Sort and Worksheet
Since rabbits are herbivores, I thought it would be fun to include a sort that talked about animals and what they eat. There are 24 real pictures of animals for students to sort according to whether or not they are carnivores, herbivores, or omnivores. Upon completion of the lesson, students can complete a worksheet.
Parts of a Rabbit
There is a poster that shows the different parts of a rabbit. Upon completion of the lesson, students will complete a worksheet that will require them to label the different parts of a rabbit.
Rabbit Facts Book
This is perfect for younger students that are not quite ready for a research project. This craftivity has students apply everything that they have learned during the week. They will write five rabbit facts and illustrate each fact. For students that are unable to write just yet, the five rabbit facts are already written and students will simply illustrate each fact.
Rabbit Research Project Craftivity
If you would like your students to complete a rabbit research project, this craftivity is for you! Students will research a rabbit’s appearance, habitat, behaviors, diet, predators, and adaptations. There is also a source page so students can list where they found the information.
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