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Interrupted Migrations

Grades 6 - 12

In this curricular unit (three lesson plans), students learn how human activity impacts animal migration, why and where animals migrate, and what actions can be taken to support migrating animals. During the course of this unit, students create a migratory route map that serves as the basis for an original game that showcases what they learned and inspires players to care about animal migration and protect migratory routes.

Grade Level: 6 – 8

Source: National Geographic

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