Students will love using these pages to create a report on the Arctic wolf also known as the polar wolf! Perfect to use during a study of the arctic region, tundra animals or as a cross-curricular unit that will have students reading, writing, completing map work (geography) and learning about the life of the wolf (science).
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This engaging, hands-on project will give students the materials necessary to learn all about owls and create a great project to display their learning!
Suggested for 3rd-6th grades. (See description for more information)
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Easy to use and differentiated (Based on student ability – Easiest: Color the life cycle / Medium: Color, cut and paste the life cycle / Hardest: Draw the life cycle)