Your house probably looks very different to a tree! But just like a house gives you somewhere to live, trees provide a home for lots of different creatures. You’ll be hunting for how many different creatures you can see in a tree and then create a graph of them.
Safety advice: If you are unsure about the type of insect or animal you have found, investigate with your eyes rather than your hands!
Younger kids will need support to complete this activity.
Ideal for: Lower Primary Ages 6 – 8
- fresh air
Time required: 20 minutes
A habitat is the natural environment of a living creature.
A picture graph shows information by using pictures as symbols to represent quantities.
Complete lesson for classroom teachers:
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