collection of materials for you to add to your unit about the life cycle of a whale.
Here's all the amazing resources included in with this purchase!
✓ A short teacher background
✓ A web page
created just for this product with more!
to prompt students to brainstorm what they know
✓ Colorful, copyright free
images to use as you wish
✓ Two PowerPoint™ presentations
saved with both English and Spanish text, one can be used for assessment
✓ A video
of one presentation can be shown to the class, a student who was absent, or a student who needs to see the information more than once
✓ A short, informational text
for students to read with three reading levels in English and two reading levels in Spanish
of the texts for students who benefit from hearing the information
✓ A simple booklet
saved in both English and Spanish with color or blackline images
✓ Four suggestions for assessment
: quick, pencil and paper, for the struggling student, for the very capable student
The teaching duration for this resource is difficult to determine - a lot depends on your choices! Here's a suggestion for 6 science sessions: 1-brainstorm, 2-introduce a whale life cycle with images, 3-read about life cycles, 4-create a booklet, 5-assess, 6-review the assessment.
All these resources were taken from my More about Marine Mammals
product just for teachers who want to focus on the life cycle of a whale not its habitat, food chain, and life cycle.
This resource could be part of your collection of options for meeting NGSS 3-LS1-1♦.
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♦ 3-LS1-1. Develop models to describe that organisms have unique and diverse life cycles but all have in common birth, growth, reproduction, and death.