This is an interactive notebook that can be used with young children to help build fact memory about the habitats. Each page includes one fact (in scrambled sentence form) for your students to glue into the notebook.
How to Use this Book:
After reading your own favorite read aloud book about each of the habitats, watching your own videos, singing your own songs about the habitats, or brainstorming facts they remember, have your students piece together the fact for each habitat. Then have them color the black line illustrations.
How to Assemble:
Copy single sided or double sided and staple on the left hand size. Copy the words that will be glued in the book separately. There are three on each page. Only hand out the sentence your students need.
The animals in the grassland run very fast.
The water in the ocean is very salty.
The rain forest gets a lot of rain all year.
The mountains can be rocky and covered in trees.
The wetlands are made of fresh water.
The rivers are made of fresh water.
There are many kinds of trees in the forest.
The arctic is very cold and covered in ice and snow.
Scientists go to the Antarctic to study the weather.
The desert is very hot and dry.
**This file has been edited to now included an option for "rivers" and an alternative name for the grassland, "prairie". 6.26.2015
Check out my other Habitat items:
Habitats Word Wall Cards
Habitats What I Learned Book
Habitats I Have Who Has
Habitats Cut Apart Sentences (these are the sentences included)