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In this science station, students explore the how different bird beaks are adapted for eating different types of food. Students then answer questions about the exploration within their science journal or on the provided worksheets. Google Classroom™️ Components Include:► Google Form™️ with Reading Te
In this READ science station, students read about plant and animal adaptations in the Arctic biome. Students then answer questions about the reading within their science journal or on the provided worksheets. Google Classroom™️ Components Include:► Google Form™️ with Reading Text & Differentiated
Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) Red System comprehension questions for lessons 45-50 are here! *To sample our LLI RED comprehension questions, check out and download our LLI Red System FREE Sample Lesson 1 Comprehension Questions by visiting our store at: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Sto
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3rd - 5th
What Does The Text Say? Searching for Text Evidence Through Non-Fiction Reading. Habitat Edition In my classroom I plan my reading instruction using paired text and themed reading units. Most of my fiction lessons were based on read alouds, and my non-fiction lessons were project based learning an
New Zealand’s birds…There’s a lot more to Aotearoa’s bird life than the world famous kiwi! This booklet is packed full of interesting information about our bird life – perfect for use alongside your current bird inquiry or as an early finishers activity book. It contains a wide variety of activiti
This is a fun and engaging experiment for studying animal adaptations. Read aloud or have students read The Case of the Picky Parakeet. This is about a detective who is called to the house of Earl Byrd. He doesn't know what to do with his new parakeet that won't eat and is getting weak. Detective
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2nd - 6th
This animal adaptions science book and activities will prepare your students for the Next Generation Science Standard of structure and function. Learn how 9 animals use their beaks, an important external body part, in various ways. All organisms have inherited traits and external parts. Dive deep
Enrich your nocturnal animals or animal classes themes while you build critical thinking skills with BAT OR BIRD? from the Animal Comparisons series. This book engages children with its cut-and-glue format and realistic illustrations as students compare and contrast bats and birds across the followi
Biology teachers are very familiar with Darwin's bird beak lab to demonstrate natural selection and fitness so this is my own take on it. There is some literacy/ reading and vocabulary at the beginning of the activity. There is engineering in the form of designing the beak. There is data recording
Hello! My name is Aislinn Burnett and I teach 7th grade life science. I love this lab, I have done various versions of it with different groups of kids and it is always a hit. It is a great way to introduce adaptations and natural selection. The lab sheet posted here includes tables and guiding disc
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7th - 9th
After you read Lois Ehlert’s Snowballs, practice comprehension skills and connect to text when students complete this craft!  Students write and/or draw what they like to use to build a snowman.  Three drawing/writing options are included for differentiation and teacher choice.  Attach a standard sh
This is a short story to help students learn about the Silver-beaked Tanager. Paris the Silver-beaked Tanager is a tale based on facts about an individual Silver-beaked Tanager. The story comes with a 15 question crossword puzzle, a 15 question multiple choice quiz and the answer keys. It also inclu
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3rd - 6th
This bundle pack consists of 17 reading comprehension articles for your biology class. Each article contains content related vocabulary and review questions for discussions. Biology concepts covered are classification, cellular processes, symbiosis, adaptations, and many more. Topics included are..
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7th - 12th

Also included in: Everything Biology Bundle

Simple one page worksheet on pelican birds called "Pelicans: Big Birds With Big Bills". If you want to teach a Reading In Science lesson; this is it! It focuses on what pelicans eat and how they use their baglike beaks. There are 5 multiple choice questions: 4 are locating details and 1 is making an
Get ready to watch your little ones go wild about reading! These nonfiction, animal passages were designed for beginning readers. They have a repetitive structure and simple sentences. Students read the passages and copy the key ideas into the corresponding graphic organizers. The simplicity of the
Bundle of Journeys Unit 5 Reading Scrambled Sentences The Tree- Poppleton Forever Amazing Animals Whistle for Willie A Butterfly Grows The New Friend Print each scrambled sentence on different colored cardstock. Laminate if possible, cut them apart and then put the sets of sentences (1 of each sente
This packet pairs well with Scholastic Big Day for Pre-K Curriculum. This download includes concepts learned during: Theme 1 Week 4 – Getting AlongConcepts & Activities:1. Theme Vocabulary Take-Home Booklet2. Story: Little Red Hen Activities3. Story: My Friend Activities4. Letter Bb Workshe
*This is a free sample. The complete product is available here. Wild About ReadingGet ready to watch your little ones go wild about reading! These nonfiction, animal passages were designed for beginning readers. They have a repetitive structure and simple sentences. Students read the passages and co
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K - 2nd
NOVA Judgment Day: Intelligent Design on Trial relates the history of the attempt by members of the Dover, Pennsylvania school board in 2004 to introduce intelligent design into the district’s biology classes. The board members believed that a creationist explanation should be added as an alternati
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11th - 12th
This Read and Understand with Leveled Texts article for grade 5 provides information about how birds differ with respect to beaks and feathers (owl, flamingo, pelican, parrot). Students read the article, answer basic questions, use possessive nouns, and write summaries. Also, they compare this artic
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5th
Teach artificial selection with this easy to use and check activity covering bird beaks. Students will do a 2 page reading, and then complete 2 pages of comprehension questions.Topics includes:Natural SelectionArtificial Selection/Selective BreedingDog BreedingFarmingPlease download the preview file
PowerPoint presentations that goes along with Expeditionary Learning (EL) First Grade Module 3 (Birds’ Amazing Bodies)!!What you’ll be getting:• All PowerPoint presentations that goes along with Expeditionary Learning (EL) First Grade Module 3: Units 1, 2 and 3!!!• Fun and engaging presentations wit
PowerPoint presentations that goes along with Expeditionary Learning (EL) First Grade Module 3: Unit 2 (Birds’ Amazing Bodies)!!What you’ll be getting:• All PowerPoint presentations that goes along with Expeditionary Learning (EL) First Grade Module 3: Unit 2: Lessons 1 - 17• Fun and engaging presen
PowerPoint presentations that goes along with Expeditionary Learning (EL) First Grade Module 3: Unit 3 (Birds’ Amazing Bodies)!!What you’ll be getting:• All PowerPoint presentations that goes along with Expeditionary Learning (EL) First Grade Module 3: Unit 2: Lessons 1 - 12• Fun and engaging presen

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