The world around us How to make the project "Red Book, or Take Under Protection"?
In his project, quot; Red Book, or Take Protection; I would single out the following examples of endangered, listed in the Red Book, plants and animals - snowdrop, Daurian hedgehog, white crane and Amur tiger.
- What is the Red Book?
- Reasons for listing animals and plants in the Red Book
- List of endangered animals.
- The value and importance of the Red Book.
As I evaluate my work on the project, the work done turned out to be very interesting, a little difficult, even a little help from parents was required, but it was successfully completed.
Thanks for the help and cooperation: I thank my parents, brother and sister for their help in preparing the project quot; Red Book, or Let's take protection ... quot;
For such a project as quot; Red Book or Take under the protection ofquot; You can consider taking two insects, one plant, one bird and two animals.
I can advise you to take the following:
You can print and cut out images of animals and you can write briefly about them by hand. You can also try to draw, if you can not print.
A project can be arranged in a folder with a folder, put each separate sheet in a file, and first put a red sheet and write a beautiful project name.
To make a project quot; Red Book, or Take under the protection ofquot; around the world to begin to write and draw a list of plants that you bring in your red book.
Let it be 2 rare plants + 1 is a species of rare mushrooms, one animal and one rare bird. Total 5 species.
1) May Lily of the Valley
like this you can draw it in stages
2) Pine chalk
we draw so
3) Osinovik Mushroom
4) Mednovsky blue fox
5) Steppe Eagle
After that, write a plan for your presentation:
Evaluation of their work on the project.
You can write how many new and interesting things you learned when you read the name of plants and animals in the Red Book. Write that you are satisfied with the work on the project. And you needed the help of an adult to go to the zoo and look at rare animals if you have such animals in the project.
In gratitude, you can thank the teacher who spoke about the animals and plants of the Red Book of your region, as well as parents who helped to look for information. Maybe classmates if they helped you.
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