If you're looking for a product that targets a variety of different language skills, look no further!!
This fun and versatile language pack includes the following:
10 Animal Fact Sheets
Comprehension Questions (5 questions for each animal)
Animal Flash Cards
Compare and Contrast Worksheet
10 Listing Details Worksheets
12 Vocabulary Cards that include words in the context of a sentence (with and without multiple choice options)
Vocabulary Worksheets that allow for practice with part of speech, synonyms, antonyms, and using words in a self-generated sentence
Expressive Language Worksheet
Give your students with the informational passages so that they can read and answer the provided comprehension questions. Make sure they are paying close attention to those bolded words because they are going to pop up later! A compare and contrast Venn diagram allows for your students to state similarities and differences between the animals. Describing worksheets are also included so that your students can describe the animals that they just read about. Your students can use the animal flashcards to sort them into the given categories of mammals, reptiles, or birds. A blank card was provided in case you want to add other categories into the mix. Now back to those words that were bolded in the passages. Vocabulary cards are included, with and without multiple choice options, so that your students can define the words in the context of a sentence. Make sure they are being really good detectives and using those context clues! Just so they could get a little more practice with vocabulary, I’ve also included extra worksheets so students have the opportunity to label the part of speech, synonyms, antonyms, and use the word in their own sentence. The empty boxes are for the students to use their artistic skills to draw the definition of the word. The last page promotes some expressive language skills. Your students can write about their favorite animal or even summarize one of the passages that they read. Once they’ve finished, they can draw the animal in the bottom box. ENJOY!!!
Print and laminate for long-term use. You can make copies of the worksheets OR you can have the students write directly on the laminated sheets with a dry-erase marker.