Animal Disguises


To survive in the wild, many animals must have disguises. Some use them to stay hidden-we call that CAMOUFLAGE. Others try to look like some other animal that is bigger or not as tasty- we call that MIMICRY

Sing The More That We Learn Science (Tune of “The More We Get Together”)

The more that we learn science,

Learn science, learn science,

The more that we learn science,

The happier we’ll be.

We’ll know things, and do things,

And explore many new things,

The more that we learn science,

The happier we’ll be.

Read Twig by Aura Parker
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Reader

Camouflage Song (Tune of “Oh, Where, Oh, Where Has My Little Dog Gone”)

Oh where oh where can my little frog be?

Oh where oh where can he be?

With his big, buggy eyes

And his smooth, brown skin

Oh where oh where can he be?

 

Oh where oh where can my tiger be?

Oh where oh where can she be?

With her stripey fur

And her big, sharp teeth

Oh where oh where can she be?

 

Oh where oh where can my owl be?

Oh where oh where can he be?

With his big round eyes

And his short, curved beak

Oh where oh where can he be?

Read Hoot Owl: Master of Disguise by Sean Taylor
Publisher: Candlewick Press

Camouflaged Moth Craft