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Becoming independent is one of the greatest achievements of childhood, one that most children strive towards. This accomplishment takes an accumulation of skills and a vast amount of practice for children; and a lot of patience from providers, educators and parents!
Animals do pretty much the same thing as people when the weather turns colder – they leave for warmer areas: migrate; they stay inside: hibernate; or they change their habits – grow thicker coats and eat different foods: adapt. Animal behaviors have evolved over many, many years in order for each species to survive. Learning how animals have changed and adapted to changes in their habitat provides information for scientists, ecologists and environmentalists that will help the human race be able to change and survive changes.
Children that are inquisitive about how things work in their world are using higher level thinking and critical analysis skills to solve problems. Through hands-on activities, children:
See how polar bears (and other arctic animals) adapt by hiding the in ‘snow’
Feel cozy when ‘hibernating’ in a cave
Practice math skills in ‘geese migrating’ activity
Knowing how the animals in our world are doing helps us understand how WE are doing. If an animal species is failing because of environmental changes, we should be aware of what that will do to the human race. Every living creature is important and connected to each other!
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