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Woodland

Forest

Rain

Forest

Desert

Arctic

Habitat

Mix

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In a woodland forest, what gets plenty or rain and sunlight to grow?


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Trees


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What two “needs” could animals get from the trees in a woodland forest?


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Food and Shelter


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In a woodland forest, there is only one season in a year. True or False?


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False - A woodland forest has four seasons.


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Winter in a woodland forest is when there are leaves on the trees and lots of food to find. True or False?


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False – There are no leaves on the trees and food is scarce.


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What is it called when birds move to warmer places to avoid the winter season?


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Migrate


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A rainforest receives very little rain in a year. True or False?


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False – There can be more than six feet of rain in a year.


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Because there is a lot of rain in a rainforest, trees and plants grow well. True or False?


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True


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Name two types of animals you would find in a rainforest.


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Tree frogs, ocelots, parrots, monkeys, jaguars, or leaf bats.


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It is usually cold and winter-like weather in a rainforest all year. True or False?


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False – It is usually warm all year long in a rainforest.


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Because the trees are tall in a rainforest, not as much sunlight reaches the rainforest ground. True or False?


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True


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What plant can easily live in the desert because it stores water in its thick stem?


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Cactus


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A desert usually gets 10 inches or 10 feet of rain in a year?


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10 inches


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When do most animals that live in the desert hunt for food?


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Night


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Where do most animals that live in the desert hide during the day to keep cool?


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Underground or under rocks


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Since there isn’t water, how do most animals that live in a desert get their water?


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They get their water from their “food”.


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What is on the ground for most of the year in the Arctic?


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Snow


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Which season is the shortest in the Arctic?


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Summer


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In summer, plants that grow in the arctic are very low to the ground because it helps them stay safe from the strong winds. True or False?


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True


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What color do some animals coats become in the Arctic during winter to help them blend in with their surroundings?


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White


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Most arctic habitats are located near the Equator. True or False?


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False


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Fill in the blank:

A habitat where very little rain falls is called a _______.


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Desert


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Fill in the blank:

To travel from one habitat to another is to _________.


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Migrate


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Fill in the blank:

A habitat where many trees grow and seasons change is called a __________ __________.


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Woodland Forest


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Fill in the blank:

A habitat that gets rain almost every day is a _________.


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Rainforest


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Fill in the blank:

Snow is on the ground for much of the year in the _________.


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Arctic


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