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The Life Story of Jane Goodall Activity Pack

$4.00
  • Students will love learning about Jane Goodall and her time spent living with chimpanzees in Tanzania. Jane Goodall spent most of her life researching animals in the wild. She has dedicated her life to the study and protection of wildlife and the environment.

There are a variety of activities for you to teach about her life story. This could be a week-long unit or as short as a day or two, depending on time allotted and the needs of your students. There are several ways to use this unit to differentiate for students.

Activities included:
✔Meet Jane Goodall
✔Life Story with Scenes & Questions
✔Comprehension Questions
✔FlipBook (5-pages)
✔Fact or Fiction Activity
✔Character Mini-Booklet w/Timeline--fits perfectly inside their notebooks!
✔Biography Organizers
✔A Famous Quote
✔Character Traits Activity
✔Quiz
✔Writing Prompts
✔Answer Keys
✔Vocabulary Photo Posters
✔Spotlight on Vocabulary

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Reading:
Have students read the passages about where they will meet Jane Goodall and learn all about her life. The articles are written with questions and scenes for students to connect and color. There’s also custom-created organizers to use to review or to research further.

Use the hands-on activities for different centers:
✔Fact or Fiction Activity
✔Timeline Activity
✔Flip Book
✔Comprehension Questions
✔Biography Organizers
✔A Famous Quote
✔Character Mini-booklet
✔A Close Look at Character Traits
✔Vocabulary Posters
✔Spotlight on Vocabulary

This is a Digital Download. No Physical Product will be shipped. 

LEGAL DETAILS:

  • These specific files are ©2018 Heart 2 Heart Teaching, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • For personal use, classroom use, and non-commercial use only. It is unlawful to distribute any part of this file for any reason (whether they are free or for purchase).
  • Clipart, graphics, photographs, found inside this product are copyrighted. They may not be extracted from this file without written permission from the original artist(s).
  • We'd love to see how you use these activities in your classroom--- Tag @heart2heartteaching on Instagram!

FAQ’S:

How will I receive my download?
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