Nocturnal and Diurnal Animals Pack

Nocturnal and Diurnal Animals Pack
Nocturnal and Diurnal Animals Pack
Nocturnal and Diurnal Animals Pack
Nocturnal and Diurnal Animals Pack
Nocturnal and Diurnal Animals Pack
Nocturnal and Diurnal Animals Pack
Nocturnal and Diurnal Animals Pack
Nocturnal and Diurnal Animals Pack
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This pack can be used to go along with the Nocturnal Animals unit studied in primary grades. This pack includes the following activities:

1. Nocturnal Animals: Bat or Owls?
*Students sort bat and owl traits (labeled photos) on a t-chart. *The purpose of the activity is for students to learn that although both can fly, they are very different!
Sorting images for the bat include: cave, pups, fur, nocturnal
Sorting images for the owl include: nest, owlets, feathers, nocturnal
*This activity comes with images that are differentiated by text color. The students use the text color to help determine where each photo should be glued.

2. Whole Group Sorting: Nocturnal and Diurnal Animals
*This activity includes: labeling signs (Nocturnal Animals and Diurnal Animals), and labeled photos of a skunk, possum, butterfly, bee, owl, raccoon, fox, bat, dog, chipmunk, turtle, and squirrel
*During a whole group lesson, sort the animals into two different categories and display in the classroom for students to use as a resource throughout the unit.

3. Write the Room: Nocturnal and Diurnal Animals
*This activity can be used during a writer's workshop lesson, literacy centers, word work, science, and more! The students attach the recording worksheet to a clipboard and walk around the room trying to find each hidden animal card. When the students find the cards, they will write the animal name next to the correct photograph. This is a great activity for reviewing diurnal and nocturnal animals.

4. Independent Sorting: Nocturnal and Diurnal Animals
*The students will complete a sort independently on nocturnal and diurnal animals. The nocturnal animals include: raccoon, possum, fox, bat, owl, skunk. The diurnal animals include: chipmunk, turtle, squirrel, bee, dog, butterfly.
*This activity comes with images that are differentiated by text color. The students use the text color to help determine where each photo should be glued.
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