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- This is an animal research companion bundle is sure to make researching and writing about different animals fun for your students! Use as a whole group activity, literacy centers or writing centers. Use these resources with any book or video you have in your classroom about the animals included in$21.00$42.00Save $21.00
- If your students love learning about jungle, zoo, or safari animals, this bundle will keep those kindergarten, first grade , and second grade students learning. Pair a report writing research companion with Color by Number or Addition color by number, you'll have themed math to match your literacy l$6.00$8.00Save $2.00
Learn all about Jungle and zoo animals with this Safari Research Companion! Your kindergarten, first and second graders will love report writing with these graphic organizers, writing pages, vocabulary cards, and real life photos to complement your study of zoo animals! Extension letter, word and sentence scrambles are great themed addition to your literacy centers!
Use these resources alongside any book or video you have in your classroom about jungle, zoo, or safari animals!
Includes Resources for the following animals:
*zoo keeper (can, have, are)
*Safari ranger (can, have, are)
*Web Organizer for each animal
*Can Have Eat organizer for each animal
*writing page for each animal (2 line sizes)
*Cut and glue animal setting pieces
*letter, word, and sentence scramble extension
*Color by sight word page
*full page photo of each animal
*1/4 page clip art animal word cards (great for word wall!)
Also includes vertically oriented research guide in 2 line sizes with table of contents and a writing page for each animal.
*Note- This resource includes animals that are often included with a "jungle" theme, however many of them are actually safari animals. For this reason I have included versions of several parts of the resource which have variations of "Jungle Animals" "Zoo Animals" or "Safari Animals", so you can choose the version that best meets the needs of your students.
If your students love animals as much as mine do