Rainforest: A tropical forest, usually of tall, densely growing, broad-leaved evergreen trees in an area of high annual rainfall.
The tangle of trees, plants, and vines marks the rainforest of Cameroon.
Here’s a little more about the rainforest. Let’s take a brief filed trip!
Snake on a Stick
Conservationist: A conservationist manages natural habitats including parks, forests, and rangelands. This career involves finding ways to utilize land without harming the environment. Conservationists make sure landowners follow government rules and take proper actions to protect habitats.
Career Examples: Park ranger, conservation scientist, soil and water conservationist, zookeeper, teacher/professor, land surveyor
Salary Average: $61,000 per year
The rainforest is home to exotic plants and animals but did you know that it also produces some basic items and ingredients that we use every day? For today’s challenge count how many products you and your family use. Refer to the list below:
|Cabinets (made of wood)
|Tables (made of wood)
Are you looking for more ways to enjoy Habitat Week?
If you said YES, check out the links below!
1. Learning Junction – This video explains about animal habitat or animal homes.
2. National Geographic’s for Kids – From the depths of the ocean to the top of the highest mountain, habitats are places where plants and animals live. Learn about these unique regions of our planet.
3. Kid Zone – Kid Zone Habits allows you to explore, color, and identify a variety of animal habitats. They even have links to other exciting activity pages!
4. Virtual Habitat Field Trips – In this field trip, you will be learning about animal habitats around the world.
5. The Tuscan Rescue Ranch – Visit Toucan Rescue Ranch right from the comfort of our home! During the authentic experience you will have the opportunity to travel to Costa Rica and explore a the magic of Costa Rican wildlife.