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The Savanna

Science Animals in their ecosystems5th Grade Conner Hayes


This is an interactive activity for you to gain more information about the Savanna. The purpose of this activity is to learn about the Savanna and the animals that are in that ecosystem. When you hit the next button, it will bring you to a page with a picture and circles on the animals. Those circles are called hotspots. There are 8 of those. There is also one that is invisable that you have to find. It will not show up on the screen. You have to move your mouse around until you find it. Each hotspot has information on it. Some will show a video that you watch, an image to look at, text for you to read, and questions to answer. When you are going through each one, you need to have your notebook out taking notes on what you have learned. When you watch the video, click the red play button and it will play for you. Write your answers to the questions in your notebook. When you are ready to go to another hotspot click the x on the page, and click the next hot spot. There is a button in the top right corner that you can push if you can not find all of the hotspots.


You will be able to identify what animals live in the Savanna ecosystem.

Giraffes are the tallest mammals on Earth.


Click the red play button on the video to start watching. The video will have audio to listen to. While you watch the video, take notes in your notebook. After you have watched the video, you will need to answer the question below in your notebook. Question: Lions and zebras can both reach speeds up to what?

This is a picture of hippos standing in water, called water holes. They spend most of their day here to keep themselves from getting dehydrated.

Answer the question below by looking at the picture above, and write the answer in your notebook. This shows mainly what the zebra eats. Question: By looking at the picture what do zebras eat?

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Watch this video, and then write two facts that you found interesting in your notebook.