Access Lesson Plan Here: Using Numbers to Think About Biodiversity (Number Sense & Biodiversity #2)
In this lesson, students use a base number (1,000, 100, or 20) to compare the numbers of extinct, endangered, and vulnerable species and consider how their actions can help protect animals and plants.
Step 1 - Inquire: Students estimate the number of living things in a group to get a sense of the large number of species in the world.
Step 2 - Investigate: Students write numbers to represent the number of living things on the IUCN's Red List.
Step 3 - Inspire: Students compare and contrast numbers to compare groups of living things, reflecting on how to help living things in their community.
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