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THINK LIKE A SCIENTIST: #16 Imagine that all the animals in a local zoo have escaped and are stampeding through your town. Describe how you plan on saving the town without hurting the animals. REMEMBER—THINK LIKE A SCIENTIST!
REFLECTION What was your best resource for your biome information?
THINK LIKE A SCIENTIST #17 Your Uncle Jeb has invited you to spend a few days working with him on his farm. Describe some of the things you might be responsible for. REMEMBER—THINK LIKE A SCIENTIST!
REFLECTION What is the most interesting aquatic biome fact you learned?
THINK LIKE A SCIENTIST: #18 If “dog days” are the hot days of summer, what would “rabbit days” be? What would “snake days” be? Choose an animal and describe the kind of weather that should bear that animal’s name. REMEMBER—THINK LIKE A SCIENTIST!
THINK LIKE A SCIENTIST: #19 Pretend you are a passenger on the first westbound train to arrive in San Francisco on this date in 1869. What is your opinion of this new “modern” mode of transportation? REMEMBER—THINK LIKE A SCIENTIST!
REFLECTION What was the most difficult part of the Biome Sorting Activity?
THINK LIKE A SCIENTIST: #20 Your teacher sends you to the supply closet for staples. Just as you reach for a box, you discover that the closet is really a time travel machine. Where and when does it take you? What do you see while you are there? REMEMBER—THINK LIKE A SCIENTIST!
REFLECTION What grade do you think you made on your biome test? What could you have done better?
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