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BATS NONFICTION AND SCIENCE | Research Activities With Interactive Slideshow

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1st - 5th, Homeschool
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  1. I've included 6 different nonfiction units for the month of October. This bundle is perfect for differentiation in your classroom and for your study of nonfiction units. Units include bats, owls, pumpkins, nocturnal animals, spiders, and Christopher Columbus.I've included informational text features
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This is a complete Bats Nonfiction and Science unit filled with engaging information about different types of bats. I have shared activities that will work for most elementary grade levels and will go along with your nonfiction unit. This unit includes informational text, inquiry, writing, nonfiction text features, and compare and contrast. With Austin having the largest urban bat colony, I have a passion for our Mexican free-tailed bats.

In this unit:

Graphic Organizer – Mexican free-tailed bat

Mexican Free-tailed bat – Informational text

Batty Words – Define, picture, drawing, sentence

Batty Facts – Interesting facts, what I learned, Opinion and details

Opinion Writing

We Should Protect Bats…(Opinion Writing)

Bat Research

Bat Snacks

Compare and Contrast Bats and Birds

Compare and Contrast Microbats and Megabats

Bat Survey Questions (with graphs, spreadsheet)

Bat poem using senses

Asking Questions

Text Features

Compare and Contrast Fiction and Nonfiction books

Bats Mini-book

Bat Choice Board

Types of Bats cards with pictures and descriptions (can be used as Memory Game)

Vocabulary Word Wall words

Label the parts of the bat with answer sheet

Bats Can, Have, Are

Bats KWL Chart

Bats Crossword Puzzle with answers

Bats Fact or Myth PowerPoint Activity

Google Site with books, apps and website resources


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Bats: Science Interactive Lapbook

Owls: Creatures of the Night - Informational Text Unit

Nocturnal Animals: Reading Informational Text

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