Habitats for Second Grade

Woodland Forest (Temperate Forest) Habitat

1. Click here to find an important feature of temperate forests.

2. Click here to find three plants that live in temperate forests.

3. Click here to find three animals that live in temperate forests (on the left of the screen click on "Temperate Deciduous Forest Animals", then click the arrow.)

4. Click here to find out how plants survive in the forest. (Scroll to the last three paragraphs above the first bibliography.)

5. Click here to find out how animals survive in the forest. (Scroll to the last three paragraphs above the first bibliography.)

6. Click here to find more interesting facts about the temperate forest.

Desert Habitat

1. Click here to find some important features of deserts (on the left of the screen click on "What is a Desert Like?"

2. Click here to find three plants that live in a desert (on the left click on "Desert Plants," then click the arrow.)

3. Click here to find three animals that live in a desert (on the left click "Desert Animals, then click the arrow.)

4. Click here to find out how plants survive in the desert (go to the last two paragraphs.)

5. Click here to find out how animals survive in the desert (go to the third paragraph.)

6. Click here to find out more interesting facts about the desert.

Arctic (Tundra) Habitat

1. Click here to find some important features of the tundra (read the first two paragraphs).

2. Click here to find three plants that live on the tundra (click on "Plants" and then click on the names of the plants to see pictures.)

3. Click here to find three animals that live on the tundra (click on "Animals" and then click on the names of the animals to see pictures.)

4. Click here to find out how plants survive on the tundra (Go to "Plant Adaptations.")

5. Click here to find out how animals survive on the tundra. (Click on "Tundra Animals.")

6. Click here to find out more interesting facts about the tundra.

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Rainforest Habitat

1. Click here to find some important features of the rainforest. (Read the first paragraph).

2. Click here to find plants that live in the rainforest. 

3. Click here to find three animals that live in the rainforest. (Click on the pictures of the animals to see bigger pictures.)

4. Click here to find out how plants survive in the rainforest. Click on Plants and then the arrow. (Read "Lianas" and "Drip Tips").

5. Click here to find out how animals survive in the rainforest. (Go to Animal Adaptation.)

6. Click here to find out more interesting facts about the rainforest, including where they are.

Salt Water Habitat

1. Click here to find some important features of salt water habitats. (See the first four sentences.)

2. Click here to find plants that live in salt water.

3. Click here to find three animals that live in salt water. (Scroll down to the middle part of the page.)

4. Click here to find out how plants survive in salt water. (Click on the letter "K" and look at Kelp.)

5. Click here to find out how animals survive in salt water. 

6. Click here to find out more interesting facts about salt water habitats. (Read the part after the first four sentences.)

 

Fresh Water Habitat (Wetlands)

1. Click here first to see pictures of wetlands.

2. Click here to find plants that live in fresh water.

3. Click here to find three animals that live in fresh water. Click on the arrow at the bottom of the screen.

4. Click here to find out how plants survive in fresh water.

5. Click here to find out how animals survive in fresh water.

6. Click here to find out more interesting facts about fresh water habitats (wetlands).

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