- Finish researching your animal with your partner. Make sure you have visited each site listed and gotten down any information that will be useful to you in your poster presentations. When you are finished, you should have enough information to explain what type of environment your animal lives in, and you should have a clear understanding of the animal's behavioral and physical adaptations.
- Begin your posters. Look at the example provided to see the format I am looking for. A cut out poster is a way for you to write important information about your animal on the poster, but also adds a little fun when it comes time to presenting because you can put your face through the hole and speak on behalf of your animal. Be creative! Make your poster resemble your animal and its habitat. Use any of the supplies provided to help your poster look more creative and easy to understand. Make sure you use the evaluation rubric when making your poster to ensure that it meets expectations. Make sure you include as many behavioral and physical adaptations as you can for your particular animal.