LARGE MAMMALS INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK BUNDLE:
Large Mammals fosters Literacy in Science with a combination of SEVENTEEN Large Mammals Lessons featuring Informational Text about Behavioral and Structural Adaptations, hands-on Mammals Activities, and EIGHT Interactive Notebook Assignments to provide students with a long lasting Large Mammals reference.
Students will learn about the Behavioral and Structural Adaptations of each of these 17 Large Land and Sea Mammals:
California Sea Lions
Northern Elephant Seals
Short-Finned Pilot Whales
Northern Atlantic Right Whales
LARGE MAMMALS INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK ASSIGNMENTS:
• Vocabulary Foldables
• Expert's Journal using Close Reading and Text Highlights for better Comprehension
• Mammals Learning Wheel~Blacks Bear and Mountain Lions
• Mammals Adaptations Foldable~Bighorn Sheep, Mountain Goats, and White-Tailed Deer
• Mammals Booklet~Mule Deer
• Venn Diagram Foldable ~Pronghorns and Elk
• Mammals Flip Book~Ocean Mammals
• Mammals Accordion Foldable
We've even included a separate Large Mammals file with a color version of the Mammals lessons for your White Board, black line masters of the lessons and activities for your students, a context-appropriate Mammals Glossary, a Vocabulary Quiz, Answer pages, and Grading rubrics for the Interactive Notebook and higher-level Large Mammals activities.
Download the Mammals Preview to see the complete Lesson Plan and samples from the Mammals lessons and activities.
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