In this great interactive journal activity, students will be investigating and explaining how internal structures of organisms have adaptations that allow specific functions to occur for the benefit of the organisms. Three main examples are hollow bones in birds, xylem in plants and gill in fish. There are three cards that can either be used as a station, or can be given to work as a small group or independently. Students will read the information on the cards and then answer the question in the fold note and draw a diagram for each example. This should be used in addition to other examples of internal adaptations that animals have.
It’s a great way to incorporate reading for information and reading comprehension.
I hope you and your students enjoy this product. If you do, please check out some of the other products in my store:
Digestive System Structure and Function Foldable
Label the Digestive System
Excretory System Sort, Fold, Diagram and Clipart
Human Body Task Cards
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