I Spy Sentences! About Nocturnal Animals.
A get up and move- cut up scrambled sentence activity without the glue, and little Science added too!
These are 7 non-fiction sentences about Nocturnal Animals:
Bats use echo-location to fly.
Owls have sharp claws.
Crickets chirp at night.
Fireflies light up the night sky.
Skunks spray when they are scared.
Red-eyed frogs have big eyes.
Spider make webs to catch food.
Write the Room or Pocket chart activity
Cut out the word cards
Hang them all over your room
Give the children a clip board with the worksheet to complete.
Since all of the cards have an picture code on them, you can hang all of the word cards up around the room. The picture coding helps the children find the correct words for their worksheet. Give some children a spider paper, they must find all of the spider cards to copy the words. Give some children the frog paper, they must find all of the frog cards around the room etc. This way not all of the children are trying to find the cat cards at once and are not crowded around one card at a time. Have the children walk around the room, they must find the numbers and write the word in the corresponding box on the worksheet. After they write the words, they read the sentence and draw a picture to describe the sentence in the box that is provided.
Our kids loved doing this activity. They love anything that involves a clipboard and them walking around the room with it.
They say they feel like a teacher.