10 brown bear feature clues:
1. it's a mammal
2. it can grow up to 8 feet long
3. it's pudgy, weighing up to 700 pounds
4. its baby can be as small as 1 pound
5. it has a long nose
6. it has two ears that sit on top of its head
7. it has short fur all over its body
8. its fur is brown
9. it has four round paws
10. it has very long paw nails
10 brown bear habit clues:
1. its diet is omnivore
2. it loves to eat honey
3. it loves to eat nuts
4. it loves to eat berries
5. it loves to eat fish and meat
6. it walks on all four paws
7. it sometimes stands on its two hind legs
8. it has a deep growl
9. it's very powerful
10. it lives in the forests and mountains of northern North America, Europe, and Asia
Describing endangered creatures can help you win Creature Features while helping to make others aware that all creatures need our care.
A few Endangered Air Creatures
A few Endangered Land Creatures
A few Endangered Water Creatures
Creature Features is a game that Booker and Dahlya love to play. It's a great game for rainy days or while traveling in the car or school bus.
It's fun to play during lunch and recess at school. Sometimes Booker's whole class plays Creature Features when the teacher wants them to learn more about an animal species.
Get a head start! Research the features and facts about a unique creature—like a pademelon or tullibee—to increase your chances of stumping your opponents.
1. Think of a REAL animal, insect, or other real creature that inhabits either air, land, sea, or freshwater. DON'T SAY ITS NAME!
2. Describe the creature's features. "Features" are the different parts and colors that describe how something looks.
3. You can give up to 10 feature clues first. If your opponent needs more clues, you can give up to 10 habit clues.
4. If your opponent hasn't guessed the answer after 20 clues, you are the winner and can then tell the creature's name.
For example: brown bear. If your opponent guesses the correct answer during or after the 20 clues, he/she is the winner.
5. Take turns describing and guessing.
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