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Laura Oorschot

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Sugar Gliders

Watch the video link about Sugar Gliders. As you watch, notice the size of this adult Sugar Glider. Look for the flaps of skin under its body that helps it glide. What time of day is the Sugar Glider feeding? What is it feeding on? Notice how these sugar gliders use their tails. Tasks: Page 1: Draw a place where a Sugar Glider might live, and a place they could NOT live. Page 2: Label the features (parts of its body) that help the Sugar Glider to climb and glide. What features do they have that help them at night? Homework: Tell someone at home about how Sugar Gliders move and why they come out at night. You may like to listen to the song about Sugar Gliders -the link is also attached.

1st Grade, Science
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