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A House Is a House


Read to children A House Is a House for Me by Mary Ann Hoberman. Discuss different habitats pictured in the book. After the class discussion, invite students to go on a treasure hunt called Hunting for Animals' Homes, created by Christina Micek. Follow up by talking about "The Big Question," which appears at the bottom of the treasure hunt page.


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