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Learning about what animals do during the winter is an important part of teaching the seasons to students. This is a fun way to guide practice and teach the three things different kinds of animals do during the cold weather.

Ms. Crowley's Class: What Do Animals Do In Winter?

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Cute Groundhogs day craft

Animals in Winter Printable Mini Activity Unit from Enchanted Homeschooling Mom

Ninety-five percent of the entire gray bat population hibernates in just eight or nine limestone caves scattered across the southeastern United States. As many as 250,000 bats winter in a single location.

First Grade Schoolhouse: Learning About Animals That Hibernate

This teacher's guide on animal adaptations contains sorting cards and a number of lesson plans. Appropriate for grades 3-5.

Hibernation cupcakes! (Bake a teddy graham into a cupcake...students must find the bear in the cave...I mean, cake)

Hibernation Foldable Reader FREEBIE! Super easy to use!

Book, Animals Hibernating: How Animals Survive Extreme Conditions by Pamela Hickman

Looking for activites to supplement your teachings about hibernation and animals in winter?Want to show students the different ways animals behave...

First Grade Garden: More Bears!

First Grade Garden: More Bears!

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This in an informative book that explains what animals do in the winter.This packet includes:*Important words page*Information on migration*Inf...

2nd grade - Migration, Camouflage, Hibernation Interactive Bulletin Board Migration section - kids draw arrows on laminated maps for migration patterns Hibernation section - kids match animals to where they hibernate Camouflage - I SPY! Look for the hidden animals

Read "When it starts to snow" or "Time to Sleep" and then discuss how various animals get ready for winter. Some animals migrate to warmer climates, some animals find a warm home and then hibernate and sleep all winter, others are active or awake all winter long and try hard to gather food. Then have your child sort and glue the animals in their winter habitats.