2 Where Plants and Animals Live Habitat is a place where plants and animals can meet their needs.Animals get food, water, and shelter from their habitat.
3 Life in a Woodland Forest A woodland forest is a habitat that gets enough rain and sunlight for trees to grow well.When birds migrate in the fall they move to warmer places.
4 The four seasons of a woodland forest are: summer, fall, winter and spring In the spring animals have their young, and leaves began to grow on trees.In the summer animals find a lot of food, and the leaves are green on trees.
5 In the fall plant seeds stick to animals, and leaves on the trees began to change colors. In the winter some animals go into a deep sleep, and most trees do not have any leaves.
6 Life in a Rain ForestA rain forest is a habitat where it rains almost every day.Animals use trees and plants for food and shelter.
7 Life in a DesertA desert gets less rain in a year than most plants and animals need to live.Many animals hide below ground or under rocks to keep cool.
8 Life in the ArcticThe Arctic is a very cold place, near the North Pole. Snow is on the ground for much of the year.
9 Plants grow low to the ground in the summer in the Arctic. Animals migrate in the winter in the Arctic to find food.
10 Review What It Is Like Habitat Enough rain for trees to grow Woodland ForestRain ForestDesertArcticEnough rain for trees to growRains every day and has many trees and plantsHot and dryVery cold place with snow on the ground most of the year
11 Possible Assignment:You can make a diorama to illustrate a land habitatDiorama examples are on the next slide or can be found at