This resource focuses on how animals are adapted to live in their habitats. At first the amount of print outs presented might seem excessive, but they are excellent at highlighting animals abilities to camouflage. After a series of interactive and engaging videos, the student can build model trees with different bark patterns to discover the relationship between how an animals looks like and how they can be better equipped to survive in their ecosystem. The video presentation is heavy on vocabulary that can be used as a way to encourage the student to write down information to be reviewed at a later date. The student is also prompted to answer questions periodically to encourage discussion. The resource delivers clear and concise step-by-step video demonstrations that guide a student to complete the task at hand with very little adult supervision. Links to how this activity is common core aligned as well as possible extensions make this a superb resource to demonstrate scientific learning at home