Lessons for Raccoons

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  • The Kissing Hand and A Pocket Full of Kisses: Compare and Contrast - … contrast the story elements of the two books, including the raccoons' experiences. participate in collaborative conversations. use drawing, dictating, and writing … word "contrast." Reading Three: Day 4 - Comparing and Contrasting Mrs. Raccoon's Actions 1. Ask, "How does finding similarities and differences … second story because ____ . Mrs. Raccoon's actions in the first story contrast to Mrs. Raccoon's actions in the second story …
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  • "R" Letter Ideas - … with water. remove tissue paper when dry. SCI:raccoon or rabbit facts Art : raccoon masks and remember that Anything red can be … ravioli? Record the results. Describe a raccoon and then illustrate the raccoon. Fill in the blanks: Raccoons like to ____ , ____ , and ____ … Hamelin (rats) From: KAMBOS2 * R R is for raccoons. make raccoon masks . Teach raccoon facts. R is for rainbow rice. Make some with …
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  • Oh Panther! Lesson 19 - … chart) Habitat: (Plants and Animals) marsh rabbit nine-banded armadillo raccoon white-tailed deer wild hog Sunshine State Standards: Grades 3 … ” Procedure: 1. Have students put on masks of panthers, deer, raccoons, hogs, and armadillos, or labels indicating what they are. (Paper … chart) Habitat: Plants and Animals (marsh rabbit) (nine-banded armadillo) (raccoon) (white-tailed deer) (wild hog) 1. Graph the data collected …
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  • Where the Red Fern Grows Discussion Guide - … world.) 4. How do the curiosity and stubbornness of a raccoon enable Billy to trap one? (The trap lures the curious … -manlike way? (Part of the hunt is outwitting the clever raccoon; they have respect for the animal.) LITERARY ELEMENTS 9. Character … his dogs have a raccoon up the "big tree"? (He promised the dogs they'd get a raccoon.) 4. How do the … .) HIGHER LEVEL THINKING SKILLS 5. Why would a hunter respect raccoons? (They are very clever at misleading dogs; they put up …
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  • Wildlife in Arkansas - … our society. Set:????????????? A mounted version of the whitetail deer, raccoon and the beaver will be displayed in the classroom along … . Materials:????? 1)? Stuffed animals 2) Coloring sheets of whitetail deer, raccoon, beaver 3) Plaster footprints of animals 4) Children's books … woodlands.? Water has an important influence on the distribution of raccoons. 4) Raccoon skins are used to make fur gloves, hats and …
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  • Backwards Goes It Does - … place is between those two elevations. For example, look at "Raccoon High School" above. The elevation of the school is somewhere … RIVER SCHOOLS NETWORK p. 3 Contour lines 620 610 Raccoon HS 605 Raccoon Oak Street 610 CROSS CURSOR Lake 6. What is … place is between those two elevations. For example, look at "Raccoon High School" above. The elevation of the school is somewhere … RIVER SCHOOLS NETWORK p. 9 Contour lines 620 610 Raccoon HS 605 Raccoon Oak Street 610 CROSS CURSOR Lake 6. What is …
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  • Artificial Nest Predation Investigation - … bird eggs on the ground? * Mammals: mice, chipmunk, skunk, bear, raccoon * Reptiles: snakes * Raptors or other predatory birds: owls, hawks, jays … collection of example eggs that have marks from mice, chipmunks, raccoons, deer, and birds. Clues to which predator disturbed the artificial … teeth (miceraccoon). Eggs with molars marks are generally from mammals like skunks or raccoons. Bring in animal skulls …
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  • Ecology and The Conservation of Natural Resources - … of you have seen a raccoon? (response) Can you tell me how a raccoon searches for food? (Raccoon is a mammal that sifts … that cannot avoid its grasp.) A raccoon is one example of an organism. How a raccoon gathers food shows one way organisms …
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  • Exploration of Prehistoric Peoples of Illinois - … , goosefoot, marshelder, little barley, maygrass, tobacco, corn, deer, rabbit, squirrel, raccoon, turkey, fish, mussels, turtles, waterfowl, hazelnut, hickory nut, grapes, sumac … forests along rivers and streams c. animals deer, elk, turkey, raccoon, muskrat, squirrel, beaver, ducks, geese and other waterfowl, reptiles, amphibians … mixture of wild and cultivated foods; deer, rabbit, muskrat, beaver, raccoon, turkey, waterfowl, amphibians, reptiles, fish, plums, grapes, blackberries, raspberries, walnut …
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  • The Kissing Hand - … finger play for those of us using The Kissing Hand... Raccoon, Racoon by Pam Miller Racoon, raccon,(each time you kind … ) Racoon, Racoon, You can't see me. (cover eyes) Racoon, raccoon, I can see you (one hand on your eyes, one pointing out to imaginery raccoon) Eating fish and corn (imitate eating motions) And birds' eggs … , (hands shade eyes as if squinting in the dark) Raccon, raccoon, Sleeps in daylight. (the usual sleeping motion we all do …
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