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Whodunit Mystery Picture Book Lesson Plans - Language Arts & Science Integration

Whodunit Mystery Picture Book Lesson Plans - Language Arts & Science Integration
Whodunit Mystery Picture Book Lesson Plans - Language Arts & Science Integration
Whodunit Mystery Picture Book Lesson Plans - Language Arts & Science Integration
Whodunit Mystery Picture Book Lesson Plans - Language Arts & Science Integration
Whodunit Mystery Picture Book Lesson Plans - Language Arts & Science Integration
Whodunit Mystery Picture Book Lesson Plans - Language Arts & Science Integration
Whodunit Mystery Picture Book Lesson Plans - Language Arts & Science Integration
Whodunit Mystery Picture Book Lesson Plans - Language Arts & Science Integration
Product Description
These lesson plans outline how to use the pairing of the silly picture book "The Story of the Little Mole who Went in Search of Whodunit" by Werner Holzwarth and a non-fiction informational text about fossilized dinosaur poop in a way that addresses both common core reading standards and Next Generation Science Standards for Grade 3.

There are 3 lesson plan outlines contained in this file: (1) picture book read aloud; (2) grammar lesson using the picture book focused on quotation punctuation, and (3) using informational text to obtain and communicate information about how scientists use fossils of dinosaur poop to draw conclusions about what they likely consumed. The file contains 2 student sheets.
Total Pages
7 pages
Answer Key
N/A
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