Animals & Habitats I will help your child develop an understanding of concepts such as:
Enhance your child’s understanding of the animal kingdom while sparking their imagination. Through fun, engaging activities, such as read-along books, puzzles, and other interactive Learning Activities, this course is designed to educate, illuminate, and foster an appreciation of animals and the environments in which they live.
Upon completion of this course’s 18 lessons, your child will have become familiar with the adaptations (characteristics and behaviors) of a wide variety of animals, both domestic and wild. As your child learns about the habitats of those animals, they will also become more familiar with several of Earth’s major types of environments.
Teach your child about the largest land animal on Earth—the elephant! From distinctive features such as big ears, saggy skin, four thick legs, two tusks, and a powerful trunk, to complex social behaviors and advanced cognitive abilities, your child will learn why these animals are so admired and loved by the people who live and work with them.
Give your child a window into the world of giraffes and how their long neck, long legs, and spots allow them to find their favorite food and survive in their natural habitat.
With a scientific name that means “flipper footed,” seals are one of the few types of mammals that can get around on land and in the ocean. In this lesson, your child will learn that seals are aided in their survival not only by their flippers, but also by layers of fat and fur that protect these warm-blooded animals from freezing ocean temperatures.