Blow Their
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Have students choose an animal from the CD. 

What unique features does it have that help it to survive?

Camouflage? 

Feathers? 

Fur? 

Is it an endangered species?  Why? 

Have the students work in groups to teach their classmates a lesson about their animal and its features.

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Covers
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Touché Songs:

Owl Talk

Should I Stay or Should I Go

A Hibernating Kind of Bear

The Little Brown Bat

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Edword’s Wildlife Vocabulary: 

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vocabulary in the songs.

Adaptation, Characteristic, Feathers, Fins

Fur, Camouflage, Survival

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