ANIMAL RESEARCH 2: ANIMAL GROUPS: EDITABLE FLIPBOOKS BUNDLE

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ANIMAL RESEARCH 2: ANIMAL GROUPS

This mega Animal Research Bundle features flipbook-style Informational Report templates on 142 animals from 10 animal groups. The individual packs in this mega bundle amount to $49. Get 50% off with the purchase of this bundle! Separate sheets featuring British English Spellings in Rubrics and Checklists.

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The flipbooks in this bundle scaffold the structural components of an Informational Report at each stage of the writing process. This resource can be used as a stand-alone flipbook or in an interactive notebook.

The flipbook templates (2-7) in each pack are editable . You will receive a PowerPoint file in addition to a PDF file. Type inside text boxes to edit content and print. Please note that the Cover Templates are not editable.

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WHAT’S INCLUDED FOR EACH PACK:

Flipbook templates, checklists (x2), marking rubrics (x4), Writing Sheets (x4) styles for each animal group.

Each Flipbook Animal Group Pack comprises of:

EDITABLE Flipbook templates (2-7) in blackline

✓ Self-editing checklist

✓ Peer-editing checklist

✓ Teacher Marking Rubric x 4 formats

✓ Writing sheets x 4 styles

PARTS OF EACH FLIPBOOK ANIMAL GROUP PACK

COVER (not editable): 11 - 21 cover options featuring animals specific to the group. Students can pick the cover depending on what animal is under study.

EDITABLE TEMPLATES (2 – 7)

The seven editable sections of the flipbook below are EDITABLE. Simply, type inside text to edit content and save as a PDF file.

1. INTRODUCTION:

weight, length, family, and group of animal. Students may also write a brief description.

2. HABITAT x 2: location in the world. A world map is included to mark the location.

3. DIET: food the animal eats to survive. There is place for illustration.

4. LIFE CYCLE: the breeding seasons and habits.

5. BEHAVIOR: the physical and behavioral adaptations that enable the animal to survive in its environment.

6. INTERESTING FACTS: any other amazing facts about the animal that would sum up the Informational report.

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The animal groups under study are:

✓ Arthropods

✓ Birds

✓ Fish

✓ Insects

✓ Invertebrates

✓ Mammals

✓ Mollusks

✓ Nocturnal Animals

✓ Oviparous Animals

✓ Vertebrates

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How to assemble:

You can choose either of the three options.

→ Print out the templates in blackline. Cut around each template and assemble from smallest template to largest template. Have students color in cover page. Staple at top tab for flipbook or glue descending order in notebook.

→ Print out the templates on cardstock (different colors). Cut around each template and assemble. Attach at top.

** Have students refer to books, websites, and videos on the specific animal to record information.

Suggested use: 

Have students collect information in their flipbook on the animal under study. This could also serve as their draft where they could use the self-editing and peer-editing checklists to edit. Finally have students publish on given writing sheets or type out content from draft observing corrections. The sections pertaining to habitat, diet, life-cycle, and behavior can make-up the Body of the Report and 1-2 interesting facts to conclude the Informational Report. 

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The bundle features informational research templates on the animals listed below. Read more about each animal group by clicking on the links.

ANIMAL INFORMATIONAL REPORTS: MAMMALS

ANIMAL INFORMATIONAL REPORTS: BIRDS

ANIMAL INFORMATIONAL REPORTS: FISH

ANIMAL INFORMATIONAL REPORTS: INSECTS

ANIMAL INFORMATIONAL REPORTS: MOLLUSKS

ANIMAL INFORMATIONAL REPORTS: ARTHROPODS

ANIMAL INFORMATIONAL REPORTS: VERTEBRATES

ANIMAL INFORMATIONAL REPORTS: INVERTEBRATES

ANIMAL INFORMATIONAL REPORTS: OVIPAROUS ANIMALS

ANIMAL INFORMATIONAL REPORTS: NOCTURNAL ANIMALS

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PREPARATION

→ For grades 2-3, bundle up to 6 sheets together after sorting, align them perfectly and cut.

→ For grades 4-6, students are old enough to cut and compile flipbooks on their own. I have my students compile all sections of the flipbook prior to research and writing.

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OTHER RESOURCES YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN:

ANIMAL RESEARCH BUNDLE 1

BUTTERFLY LIFE CYCLE

FROG LIFE CYCLE

LIFE CYCLE WHEELS: ANIMALS

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These Animal flipbooks from the 10 animal groups are sure to make an interesting bulletin board display.

Wish you and your students a successful academic year. 

** Please see preview file for further details prior to purchase.

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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Write informative/explanatory texts in which they introduce a topic, use facts and definitions to develop points, and provide a concluding statement or section.
Participate in shared research and writing projects (e.g., read a number of books on a single topic to produce a report; record science observations).
Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly.
With guidance and support from adults, produce writing in which the development and organization are appropriate to task and purpose.
With guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, and editing.

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