Easter Egg Activities:
(Endangered Animals Easter Eggs and other activities.)
Learn about mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, invertebrates, plants, ecosystems and habitats, and endangered species at the Arkive, a not-for-profit conservation initiative that is building a multimedia archive of the world’s species.
The site can be explored by topic or grade level (ages 5 - 18), and there are many learning kits and activity packs to download, some with PowerPoint presentations to introduce and explain topics. Some examples:
Nocturnal Animals: Includes a PowerPoint presentation and game for matching animal sounds to correct animal pictures.
Animal Classification: Several different presentations, worksheets and activity packs are available for this topic, including a Guess Zoo guessing game.
Animal Communication: Presentation on how animals communicate, and resources for researching a particular animal and creating a video report on how it communicates.
The site also has a games and puzzles page, and activities page with animal origami and mask crafts.
More Egg Stuff
Egg Math : And links to free math instructional videos.
Egg Hunt: Webquest for researching egg cookery, egg safety, egg products, and specialty eggs.
Egg Lab: Egg Shell Geodes
Good Egg Project: Learn how eggs get from the farm to the table.
Jesus said, "I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live:
And whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die..."
John 11: 25 - 26