Use an animal from your home or classroom to create a research study into animal behavior. Pose a question for yourself, observe the animal, and then report on your results.
Play animal charades with your friends. Create two teams of players. Have each team write down a list of different animals. Then, give one animal name to a player on the opposing team. That player must act out the animal, or the animal's name, without making any sounds or saying any words, while their teammates try to guess the name. The team that communicates all their animals to their teammates in the shortest amount of time wins!
Find all the images you can from cartoons or illustrations that show wolves. Use the images to create a collage showing how people view wolves.
Watch the 1983 film "Never Cry Wolf" directed by...
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