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Behavioral and Structural (Physical) Adaptations Cut and Paste examples and definitions: Students sort examples (and definitions) with pictures of Structural and Behavioral Adaptations and create a notes sheet for reference. THIS PRODUCT IS PART OF THE FOLLOWING BUNDLE-CHECK IT OUT FOR A DEAL!

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A good way to compare and contrast animals and plants is to use a hula hoop venn diagram. This can be put on the bulletin board and can be hung up for an extended period of time and is easy to see.

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Adaptations: Bird Beaks. Create a bucket of "bird food". Then provide each student with a beak tool, like tongs, chopsticks, eye droppers, forks, pliers, tweezers, toothpicks, & clothespins. They should try to gather as much food as they can.

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