This “All About" book will be a fun addition to your classroom and lessons on walruses. This packet can be used along with books specific to the animals or it can be used on its own.
Included in this unit are full-color posters with a colorful graphic of the animal and information on the animal such as; where the animal lives (green), what the animal eats (brown), interesting facts about the animal (blue) and what the animal looks like (orange).
Also included in the pack are the students own “My All About" book. This is where the student can take what they have learned and fill in the blanks to help them retain the information. There are 4 pages to this book. The front cover gives the student a place to write their name and date and has a large graphic of the animal being studied. The 2nd page asks the questions, “Where does the animal live?” and “What does my animal eat?”. The 3rd page has a B&W graphic of the animal and asks, “What does my animal look like?” This is where they can label the parts of the animal and also color the animal in. The last page says, “Interesting facts about my (animal)!” The last 2 pages have an answer key box so the students can match the words from the box to the correct spaces. This will help the student as they work independently.
Along with the colorful posters and “All About" books, this packet also includes teacher’s guides on the animal, which gives you all of the answers. These booklets have all the work and research done for you. Your students/children will love to learn about this animal!
If you have any questions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you! Courtney McKerley
This book is also offered as part of a polar animal bundle pack! Check out my store for details. Other polar animal books available are Emperor Penguins, Arctic wolf, polar bear and caribou. They are also available as individual units.
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