This animal diary project includes already made pages for students to fill in and make their own animal diary. This integrates science and ela because students must take on the perspective/point of view of the animal they are writing about. The pages are long and skinny and need to be printed and copied, then cut apart. I usually copy a class set and distribute the pages one at a time to my students because some students will still be working on page one and some students may need another page. This seems to keep my kids from getting overwhelmed at how much they have to write or how many pages they have left. There is a full page version and a half page version for you to choose from. You can staple along the side or use book binding techniques to put your students books together. Check out my store for the research note taking guide that goes with this writing project.
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