COLORADO ANIMALS UNIT:
Colorado Animals is a Common Core and State Standard-aligned Colorado Resource with 8 COMPLETE Content-Based lessons. For less than $3.25 per lesson, we've packed Colorado Animals with all of the Nonfiction Informational Text and hands-on activities that students need to learn about Colorado's Animals:
• Questions after each of the 9 lessons to assess Informational Text Comprehension
• Journal Writing using Close Reading techniques to increase Comprehension
• Thematic Map Skills using pictures and symbols
• Data Collection and Graphing activities
• Grid Math using Number and Letter Coordinates to solve puzzles
• Classification activities highlighting Structural and Behavioral Adaptations
• Colorado Animals Research Project to make and play the game Find the Fib
• Vocabulary Activities and Quizzes
In addition, students will enjoy making and playing the game Adaptation Match-Up to reinforce concepts learned while studying about Structural Adaptations, Behavioral Adaptations, Mimicry, and Camouflage~all game materials and instructions included!
The Animal Kingdom
Colorado Fish and Reptiles
We've included a context-appropriate Colorado Glossary, Answer Pages, and Grading Rubrics for the Higher Level activities.
Download the Colorado Animals Preview to see the complete Table of Contents, Lesson Plans, Common Core and State Standard Alignment, sample lessons, and Colorado Animals activities.
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