Endangered species egg decorating
This resource, produced by ARKive, combines art and science to create models of endangered species. Children choose their favourite threatened species and study their key features. They then decorate an egg to look like their chosen endangered animal and present their completed design to the rest of the class, explaining why it is endangered.
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This resource is part of ARKive- ages 7-11
- ARKive- ages 7-11
- Endangered species egg decorating