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Personalize the plight of an endangered animal with a powerful portrait.
Extinction occurs naturally when an animal's environment changes too fast. Today the natural environments of many endangered species are changing because of humans. Animals are put on the endangered species list when there is an immediate danger that they will become extinct if something is not done to save them. Working in small groups, students investigate a selected animal currently on the endangered species list. Provide access to a variety of text and electronic resources for this task.
When research is complete, provide time for students to organize their learning into a presentation for classmates. To accompany the presentation, each group will create a watercolor painting.
Students cover their work space with recycled newspaper. With Crayola® Watercolors, students paint a portrait of one of these animals. Encourage them to think about how the painting can tell the story of the animal's future. Dry flat.
Allow time for each group to conduct their presentation either to small groups of students or in a whole class situation.
People around the world give thanks for their food. Celebrate a harvest of pineapples, pumpkins, or pomegranates-and sho
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