Animal Habitat Flip Book: This could be a great way to test knowledge! Students would use the flipbook to show what the environment looks like as well as what animals live there. They could also list a few interesting facts about each in the flip book.
Divide a bulletin board up into the four main animal habitats. Choose an appropriate boarder. Have students draw their favorite wild animal on a piece of paper and have them place it in the correct habitat.
*Habitats The Habitats flip book includes 5 differentiated versions of the flip book. One where students can trace the Habitats sentence, one where students can trace the Habitats word, one where students can write an animal of the habitat, one where st
Great for the younger group Songs are a great way to introduce vocabulary to students and get them engaged in a lesson. This particular site has a variety of examples of how to use songs with habitat lessons.