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  • 1. Arctic Animal Camouflage Activity Objective: To understand why many arctic animals change colors from brown in the summer to white in the winter. Directions: Look at pictures of arctic animals in the summer and fall. (One good resource for this is http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/photos/arctic-animals/). Talk about how when there is snow on the ground, animals like the snowy owl, arctic fox, arctic hare are white and when there is no snow they are brown. Talk about how their color helps them blend into their surroundings so that predators cannot see them as well. Then, cut out the animal pictures on the next page. Have your child place the animals on the “arctic land in summer” and “arctic land in the winter” squares. Have your child compare the degree to which the animals are camouflaged in the summer and winter with their brown or white fur. Arctic land in summer Arctic land in winter © 2013 Gift of Curiosity www.giftofcuriosity.com Page 2