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|Image||Title||Categories||About The Lesson Plan|
|Just Passing Through!||Animal Behavior, Animal Migration, Elementary, Life Science, Middle School|
Students will learn about migratory flyways and investigate one bird species found on the Mississippi River Flyway.
|Shorebirds: Migratory Superheroes!||Climate Change, Conservation, Elementary, Language Arts, Life Science, Middle School|
This lesson plan was published by the US Fish and Wildlife Service in 2013. Activities include connect-the-dots, crossword puzzles, word finds, coloring pages, and much more. The activities vary in difficulty and length and are designed to meet various learning levels from 2nd through 6th grades.
|Endangered Species Coloring Book||Animals, Art, Conservation, Life Science|
This coloring book was published by the Environmental Protection Agency in 2008. It includes 21 coloring pages of listed species along with simple facts, a range map, an index of common and scientific names, and illustrations of the species in real life.
|What Do Animals Do All Day?||Animal Behavior, Life Science, Middle School|
Students will create ethograms and journals based on what they observe in a Bald Eagle’s nest.
|PSA Challenge!||Elementary, Language Arts, Life Science, Middle School|
Students will investigate lead poisoning and other human threats to Bald Eagles and create a public service announcement to help foster behavior change in people.
|From Egg To Fledgling||Elementary, Language Arts, Life Science|
Students will make observations and understand the changes an eaglet goes through from hatch to fledging.
|Opinion Writing: Stick Tango!||Elementary, Language Arts|
Elementary students will create a story web and write an opinion piece in which they introduce a topic, state opinions, and supply reasons to support their opinion.
|Crop? Crop! Organ Systems||Digestion, Life Science, Middle School, Organ Systems|
Students will learn about the digestive systems of Bald Eagles and compare and contrast them with human digestive systems.
|Who’s Who? Identifying Character Traits||Elementary, Life Science|
Students will identify observable character traits belonging to Mom and DM2 and use them to explain or justify how they know which eagle is Mom and which eagle is DM2.
|Predict Mom’s First Egg of the Season||Elementary, Math|
Students will use historical data to predict when Mom will lay her first egg.
|Compare and Contrast Male and Female Adult Bald Eagles||Elementary, Language Arts, Life Science, Middle School|
Students will learn about the differences and similarities between adult male and female bald eagles, and relate the information to inherited traits and instincts.
|Compare and Contrast Eaglets and Chicks||Animal Behavior, Elementary, Language Arts, Life Science, Middle School|
Students will use an eagle cam and chickens to explain how eaglets and chicks are alike and different.
|Blackfly Infestation: Animal Behavior and Climate Change||Animal Behavior, Climate Change, Entomology, Life Science, Middle School|
Students will analyze video and data of blackfly infestations and consider their impact on wildlife and humans.
|Text Features: Labeling||Elementary, Language Arts|
Students will use labeling to understand information in text.
|Phenology: Creating a Naturalist’s Notebook||Art, Language Arts, Life Science, Middle School|
Students will learn about the science of phenology by journaling activities in a bald eagle’s nest.
|Collective Nouns||Elementary, Language Arts|
Students will learn and write about three collective nouns connected to Bald Eagles.