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Animals: Wolves: Habitat and Stories

These sites are about wolves: their past and current habitats. Learn about wolves’ families and individual behavior. Find out why wolves are often portrayed as negative characters in the literature. Read myths, fables, legends, and stories about wolves. Includes audio, video, interactive sites, and an online multiplayer game. There are links to eThemes resource on wolves and the True Story of the Three Little Pigs.


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Learn about the endangered Gray wolf. Includes video. NOTE: The reading level is for older students.
Find answers to most commonly asked questions about gray wolves.
Read notes of two explorers about newly discovered species of wolves. Find out how wolves hunt their prey and how people hunted the wolves.
Learn about timber wolves. Find out about their habitat in Wisconsin. Watch the Wolf Tracking Video and learn how biologists tracking wolves in the wilderness.
This site has answers to frequently asked questions about red wolves. NOTE: The reading level is for older students.
Briefly introduces three kinds of wolves: Arctic wolf, Gray wolf, and Red wolf. Includes anatomy, hunting, and diet. NOTE: The site includes ads.
Learn about different wolves' breeds. Visit photo, video, and art galleries. Select the "Classroom Activities" link and choose among 20 ideas for indoor and outdoor lessons about wolves.
People are adopting wild life species to save them in the wild. This site would require a parent's involvement but might be of interest in showing ways kids can help. NOTE: This site includes ads and items for sale.
Learn interesting facts about wolves. Explore links on the left to read kids' articles, to solve puzzles, to learn how to make wolf masks, and color printouts.
This site offers information about wolves in the wild. Includes audio and video.
Learn how wolves communicate with howls and postures.
Download and play this online multiplayer game with your classmates. Learn the world through the eyes of a wolf. NOTE: The game allows online chat with other online community players.
Read stories, fables, myths, and legends that portray wolves. NOTE: The site includes ads.
Read the story of three little pigs and then select a link to read the wolf's side of the story.
Learn about the three species of wolves and find out how they differ from other animals in the canine family. Listen to their howls, learn what their different postures mean, and view illustrations of their tracks. Also, read about the controversy over reintroducing wolves into national parks.
These sites are about the book "The True Story of the Three Little Pigs" by Jon Scieszka. Learn about the author and his works. Includes activities that go along with the book. There are also information on fractured fairy tales and the Three Pigs. Includes eThemes Resources on Wolves, Pigs, and Fairy Tales.

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