Animal Diorama and Research Report {DIGITAL/PRINTABLE}

Animal Diorama and Research Report {DIGITAL/PRINTABLE}

Can be used for 1st – 3rd, Homeschool
Mostly used with 2nd students.

Includes: PDF, 100+



**The original files are also included with over 70 pages of PDF / printable pages for use in the classroom.

This Animal Diorama and Research Report project is so engaging and fun for your students! Students will learn about an animal through creating a diorama that depicts its natural habitat. The class will be presented with their research project. Students will choose an animal to research, make an Animal Research Report poster and organize and write a research paper about it.

This Project Pack contains everything you need for this project. It includes:

— An introductory presentation to explain the project to your students and show them step-by-step instructions

— Directions for project / instruction sheet for students in English and Spanish

— Animal Research Report page printable for students to complete with facts and illustrations

— A letter to introduce the project to parents in English and Spanish

— Student Templates and Graphic Organizers for Animal Research Report (with and without sentence frames)

— Student Rubric for Animal Research Project printable

— Grading Rubric for Animal Research Project printable for Teachers

— Presentation Outline Page to help students guide their oral presentation


You can edit the details of your student rubric and parent letters as well as due dates.

To teach your students about the different habitats, be sure to check out my new resource: Animal Habitats Unit

This has been a life saver for me. It’s very well-organized. The best part for me was how easy it was to show my students the HOW-TO. The instructions are very clear. I also love the rubrics. My favorite is the photo example in the student rubric. This kit is extremely well designed and can be used in many ways. It’s being used to make a diorama. Parts of it are also being used to organize a powerpoint my students created in computers.

It was cross-curricular for Language Arts, which I loved! Because it was easy to combine with Language, we spent the whole afternoon working on this unit! We are grateful!


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