Reindeer Caribou and Climate Change - Animal Research Project - PowerPoint and Keynote™

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This is a research template activity using Google Slides™ template activity which can be a -


  • A homework project
  • A collaborative project
  • A summer school project
  • A distance learning project
  • A preparation for writing a report / non-chronological writing



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Last Updated: Dec 8, 2022

The slides contain a title and an image which is set as a fixed background. Learners will conduct their own research under the supervision of the leading adult educator. Children have the option to write notes / upload photos or write expository paragraphs.


This is perfect for a project about the wolf or as one linked to climate change and the environment.


23 Slides include:

  • Title page
  • Questions
  • Reindeer physical attributes
  • What kind of animal is a reindeer?
  • Behaviour
  • Habitat
  • Where are reindeer found today?
  • Reindeer under threat.
  • Reindeer and their young.
  • Reindeer in the North America
  • Antlers
  • Predators
  • Legends about reindeer
  • Reindeer and climate change.
  • Adaptations


Working as a group children can choose a slide to work on and then put work together collaboratively and present.


Independently - Children work through the project or select slides they would like to focus on.

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