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Looking for your next animal research project? Each of your students can choose a lizard worksheet and complete a report on lizards.
What’s Included on Each Lizard Worksheet?
Each lizard worksheet includes a variety of research prompts for your student.
- Your student will tick a box to indicate if a lizard is endangered or not endangered.
- Your student will record lizard behaviors. An animal behavior is anything an animal does in response to a stimulus. How does the animal move? What are its instincts? Does it live in a group or alone?
- Your student will also record lizard defenses. How does this lizard protect itself? (Lizards have some amazing defenses!)
- There is a spot to write the lizard’s diet.
- Your student will also research and record the lizard’s size.
- There is a spot to add the lizard’s habitat. What conditions does this lizard need to survive?
- Student will tick a box to indicate whether or not the lizard is venomous.
- Student can add a favorite fact to the fun fact box.
- The final area is for the student to color and label a map showing where in the world the lizard lives.
A lizard worksheet is included for each of the following lizards:
- Gila Monster
- Green Iguana
- Western Skink
- Komodo Dragon
- Leopard Gecko
- Veiled Chameleon
- Tokay Gecko
- Long-nosed Leopard Lizard
- Greater Earless Lizard
- Bent’s Spiny-tailed Lizard
- Mexican Beaded Lizard
- Frilled-neck Lizard
- Galapagos Land Iguana
- Sicilian Wall Lizard
- Jackson’s Chameleon
Your students will need to research in order to complete the notebook pages. You can check out a variety of books about lizards at your local library, or you can use reliable websites.
Here are a few recommended websites for your research:
How to Get Started with the Lizard Worksheet Research Project
This set of worksheets is easy to use.
- Print the pages you think will interest your student.
- Grab some books from the library or show your student how to use reliable websites for research.
- Let your student complete the pages.
- Three-hole punch the pages and add them to a folder or binder to create a Lizard Notebook, a portfolio your student will be proud to display and show off! If you are teaching a class, you could make a class binder that students could browse during free time.
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