Adaptations

From the: The Nature of Living Things Series

Characteristics enabling organisms to survive and reproduce are referred to as adaptations. This program explores the wide range of adaptations humans, plants, animals, and all living things exhibit. Beautiful instructive video footage from throughout the world including the Galapagos Islands, Canadian Rockies, and New England, depicts adaptations for getting food, finding a mate, and escaping predators. Important terminology includes: environment, characteristics, competition, survival, structural adaptations, and behavioral adaptations.

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"... this DVD and 25-page binder provide great support for an elementary level study of adaptations. The graphics are clear and well sequenced. The video and guide would be an excellent addition to an elementary or middle school video collection." - NSTA Recommends May 26, 2009

David Gillam
National Science Teachers Association Recommends
May 26, 2009

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Sample Video: Adaptations for Obtaining Food
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DVD

DVD and 25-page Teacher’s Guide. DVD Features include subtitles, chapter index, labeled slides, glossary, and an iMovie project.

  • Product Code:
  • VLC152DVD
  • ISBN:
  • 9781592341955
Price:$79.95
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Digital Bundle

License Details

Single School License. Digital Bundle includes video files for full show and 7-10 content clips in H.264 (for iPads) and.WMV format. Plus 15-20 images (.jpg), teacher’s guide (.pdf) and metadata.

  • Product Code:
  • VLC152Digital
  • ISBN:
  • 9781592343966
Price:$79.95
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