The Boston Museum of Science visited the Little School first graders to learn all about animal habits. In this presentation, students used inference to determine the ideal place for an animal to live. The museum brought three live animals for the students to observe, and look for clues to determine their ideal shelter and food. Based on the information collected, students were challenged to pick a suitable habitat for each animal. Students also had the opportunity to touch assorted skins, bones, and feathers so they can actually feel some of the characteristics that help these animals survive.