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Animal Habitats and the Relationship Between Addition and Subtraction

Grade Level Grades K-5
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In response to school closures due to COVID-19, the Washington Teachers' Union has teamed up with Fox 5 Plus in order to deliver lessons to students directly from their television or computer. This second and third grade lesson aired on April 7, 2020, and includes a lesson on animal habitats and a math lesson on addition and subtraction.

Part 1: Non-fiction text structures - Animal Habitats - You will explore the ways human interaction affects the inhabitants of an ecosystem. You will consider the ways various parts of the ecosystem work together. You will also explore ways humans have, both, negatively and positively impacted various ecosystems. In the next three weeks, you will engage with texts to investigate, and write about, the following line of inquiry: How are animal habitats affected when humans interact with their ecosystems?

Part 2:  The relationship between addition and subtraction

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