The Tale of Whale Craft and Activity Pack
Do you know what the world’s largest animals are? If you guessed whales, you are right! A blue whale is the biggest creature that has ever lived. Whales may look like fish but are actually mammals. Students will love this unit about whales and fun craft project.
Start by reading the passages about the tale of a whale and answering the comprehension questions. Students will love making this cute whale craft and assembling the 8-page flip-up booklet. The flip booklet pages attach to the inside of the whale's mouth.
This pack includes:
✔Whale craft (templates and flip-up pages)
✔Spotlight on vocabulary activity
✔Bulletin Board Title and Whale Cut-Outs
✔Step-by-step visual directions
In this pack:
Have students read the passage about The Tale of a Whale and answer the comprehension questions. An answer key is included. Students could work with a partner or you can use it as a learning station activity.
Using the reading passage, students can answer the questions on the flip book pages. Lastly, they cut, color, and assemble the craft and attach the flip up booklet to the inside of the whale's mouth.
Vocabulary posters are included in this unit to help students visualize and connect to the information. A bulletin board title: "The Tale of a Whale" title and whale cut-outs are included in this pack.
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