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This resource has been designed to teach students about amphibians. They will learn the classification, the three types of amphibians, where they live (habitat), what the eat (diet), how they protect themselves (defense) and more.
– Informational Text (b/w and color)
– 2 page worksheet
– Crossword puzzle
– Answer Keys
– BONUS: Large list of amphibian species
Studying amphibians? Help students learn important amphibian related vocabulary words and definitions while practicing copy work and handwriting (cursive). This resource include 22 vocabulary words and definitions. (See below description for included words)
Placental mammals are the most diverse group of mammals with about 4000 discovered species and include dogs, cats, rodents, elephants, whales, cattle, pigs, humans and many more! If you are planning a study on these mammals, this product will guide students through their research and can be used as the end reporting tool!
This Science, animal study activity is designed to guide your students through the researching and reporting of any egg laying mammal (also known as Monotremes). These unusual mammals only reside in Australia and New Guinea. There are only only five known species of monotremes: the platypus and four species of echidna.
This product will guide students through their research and can be used as the end reporting tool!
Students love kangaroos, wallabies, koalas and other pouch carrying animals also known as marsupials! If you are planning a study on these mammals, this product will guide students through their research and can be used as the end reporting tool!
Any mammal designed to swim such as a whale, sea lion, seal or walrus is considered a natatorial mammal. The term natatorial comes from the Latin natātor, natātōrem meaning “swimmer”. If you are preparing a Science research / report assignment on water dwelling mammals, this resource will guide students through their research and can be used as the end reporting tool!
$1.25Buy NowOne way of categorizing animals is how they move. Mammals that are designed to jump, hop, gallop, or leap are called Saltatorial mammals such as the kangaroo, leopard, rabbit, horse, antelope and many others! f you are preparing a Science research / report assignment on these types of animals, this resource will guide students through their research and can be used as the end reporting tool!
Burrowing, ground dwelling mammals are known as fossorial mammals. Fossorial comes from the Latin fossor, meaning “digger”, thus mammals such as groundhogs, gophers, moles, rabbits and others are in this group. If you are preparing a Science research / report assignment on these types of animals, this resource will guide students through their research and can be used as the end reporting tool!
During a study of animals (specifically mammals), students can use this product to research and report on animals such as the koala, monkey, sloth or possum. Any tree dwelling mammal is considered arboreal. Students can use this product as both a guide to their research as well as the end reporting tool!
In the Science field of Zoology there is a group of mammals that are considered ‘flying’ mammals. This resource has been designed to be used as both a guide to student research as well as the end reporting tool.
Designed for 5th-8th grade students, American Crocodile Informational Text and Crossword Puzzle will provide students with details about the only crocodile native to the Americas in the following categories:
* Differences from alligators
* Distribution and Habitat
* Food and Growth
After reading the text (3 pages), students are to complete the crossword puzzle. Answer Key provided.
This cross-curricular (Language Arts – Science) informational article has been designed to help students gain a better understanding of why some animals in our world are endangered. The article will list causes such the need for more land and food for humans as well as pollution and hunting. Students will also be given several examples of animals from around the world that are in danger and what we need to learn in order to make plans to help them survive.
This Science / Biology resource offers 2 labeled posters showing the structures and organelles of an animal cell! I’ve also included a handout detailing the major function(s) of each structure/organelle. Structures and organelles include: centrosome, plasma membrane, mitochondria, vacuole, Golgi apparatus, ribosome, lysosomes, rough endoplasmic reticulum, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, nucleus, nucleolus, peroxisome, cytoplasm
Autumn / Fall Migration – Informational Text is a 5 page resource that will give students valuable information about the migration of many types of animals from around the world that migrate every Autumn.
- What migration is
- What type of animals migrate (examples)
- Why animals migrate
- Which animal has the longest migration
- How animals find their way
After students read the one page of informational text, there are 3 additional student pages to answer questions (multiple choice, short answer and essay).
Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level: 5
Seals are found along most coasts and cold waters, but a majority of them live in the Arctic and Antarctic waters. Harbor, ringed, ribbon, spotted and bearded seals, as well as northern fur seals and Steller sea lions live in the Arctic region. Whether you are studying these wonderful animals or just want to add a quick side lesson, here is a Seal Shape Book that students can use to self-publish their created stories, reports and poems! Templates have differing line heights to accommodate a variety of grade levels.
Notebooking is a coined term for what can also be referred to as educational journaling or scrapbooking.
There are over 400 known species of sharks in the world! Most students love studying sharks and this unit has been created to help students record the knowledge they learn during a study on sharks as well as personal reflections of what has been learned.
This resource includes:
- – Creating a Notebooking Project…What is Notebookiing?
- – Supply list
- – Teacher pages
- – Student organizational pages
- -‘Jump off’ Questions designed to get students thinking about the different shark related questions they can research
- – 32 Notebooking pages
Designed to use with multiple age / grade levels, this 79 page Shark Lapbook resource will teach students about…SHARKS! By the end of project, students will not only have learned about sharks but will have a lasting project that they have created.
- – Basic Lapbooking instructions
- – 11 Informational pages on sharks (informational articles, diagrams, species specific details and more)
- – OVER 50 pages of templates and instructions on how to use the templates
- – Vocabulary with definitions
This can be a self-contained resource (using no other outside research materials) or students can do further research to learn even more!
This resource can be used to research and report on one bird or use again and again to create an entire collection of notebook pages on local birds. Regardless of where you live, these pages will have students observing and learning about local birds.
Once a student identifies the bird to be researched, they will report on…
– where the bird lives
– physical characteristics
…as well as self-reflection on their learning.