This week, the questions will focus on UNUSUAL ANIMALS. Today is April 27. See if you can learn something new about the way animals live, look and act!
To answer your question, click on the speech bubble and use this format for your answer: answer to question – first name only – teacher last name (example: 1936 – Peggy – Jones)
Question for all Grades 2 and 3:
Go to the DK Findout database and search for HONEY BADGER. Read the information in the article and explore the interactive labeled diagram. What a sweet name this animal has but its name does not match its demeanor! Answer this question: What are two animals that the honey badger’s skin are protected from?
Question for all Grades 4 and 5:
Go to the DK Findout database and search for INSIDE A MAMMAL. Read the article and explore the interactive labeled diagram; then answer this question. What part of a mammal’s protective skeletal frame is in charge of protecting all of the nerves that connect the brain to the body?
Good luck and have a great week!