Let's Learn About Animals with Carnivores, Herbivores, and Omnivores
Students will love learning all about herbivores, carnivores, omnivores with this fun and engaging resource. This unit includes articles, trifold organizers, and activities to accompany the study of each type of animal.
Case studies and a variety of activities are included for each:
Plus there are lots of kid-friendly and engaging activities:
✔Tri-fold Organizers---perfect for INBs
✔Five Facts Webs
✔Pocket Animal Cut and Sort Activity
✔Can you find? coloring activities
✔Fact or Fiction Activities
✔Vocabulary Flip Flaps
There are 3 Main Activities:
Introduce the vocabulary words with the real-life photo posters. You could post these posters around the classroom and have the students travel around to write the definitions under the flip flaps in their notebooks. These look fantastic on a bulletin board too!
Reading – Set up Learning Stations:
Set up a learning station or science center for each type of animal. For each station print and copy the following:
✔Tri-fold Organizers (copy back to back)
✔Five Facts Webs
✔Identify & Sort Photo Activities
✔Fact or Fiction Coloring Activities
Have students read the passages, answer the questions, and complete the tri-fold organizers for each one.
There are lots of activities included for partner work, fast-finishers, whole group discussion, homework, or for reviewing at the end of the unit.
✔Pocket Animal Sort Activity
✔Can you find coloring activity
Be sure to check out the PREVIEW for more information
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