Introduce your students to informational text (nonfiction) with these complete units. Students will have fun with PowerPoints, games, flipbooks, graphic organizers and more.
In this bundle: Owls Graphic Organizers – Barn Owl, Great Horned Owl, Snowy Owl Label the parts of the bat with answer sheet Informational text -– Barn Owl, Great Horned Owl, Snowy Owl Wise Owl Words – Define, picture, drawing, sentence Wise Owl Facts – Interesting facts, what I learned, Opinion and details Opinion Writing We Should Protect Owls…(Opinion Writing) Owl Research Owl Snacks Compare and Contrast Bats and Owls Compare and Contrast two types of owls Owl Survey Questions (with graphs, spreadsheet) Owl poem using senses Asking Questions Text Features Compare and Contrast Fiction and Nonfiction books Owl Mini-book Owl Choice Board Owl Craftivity and writing activity Vocabulary Word Wall words Owls Can, Have, Are Owls KWL Chart Owl Crossword Puzzle with answers Owls Fact or Myth PowerPoint Activity Google Site with books and website resources
Bats Graphic Organizer – Mexican free-tailed bat Mexican Free-tailed bat – Informational text Batty Words – Define, picture, drawing, sentence Batty Facts – Interesting facts, what I learned, Opinion and details Opinion Writing We Should Protect Bats…(Opinion Writing) Bat Research Bat Snacks Compare and Contrast Bats and Birds Compare and Contrast Microbats and Megabats Bat Survey Questions (with graphs, spreadsheet) Bat poem using senses Asking Questions Text Features Compare and Contrast Fiction and Nonfiction books Bats Mini-book Bat Choice Board Types of Bats cards with pictures and descriptions (can be used as Memory Game) Vocabulary Word Wall words Label the parts of the bat with answer sheet Bats Can, Have, Are Bats KWL Chart Bats Crossword Puzzle with answers Bats Fact or Myth PowerPoint Activity Google Site with books, apps and website resources
Bats Lapbook Your students will have fun learning about bats as they create their own lapbook about bats. I've provided lots of templates, photos and directions so students will know exactly how to design their lapbook. The templates can even be used for interactive notebooks.
Nocturnal Animals Learning how to read informational text is a skill that begins with young readers. I've provided activities and posters that can be used in any classroom.
In the unit: Poster cards of 10 different nocturnal animals with characteristics Text features posters – 14 different text features Nocturnal Animals slide show (13 pages) Websites, books and Apps Compare and contrast Using Text Features table Nocturnal Animal graphic organizer My Favorite Nocturnal Animal writing template Nocturnal Animals – KWL Chart Nocturnal Animals Can, Have, Are Nocturnal Animals Flip Book Owls Fact Sheet Creatures of the Night (Bats) fact sheet
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Welcome! My name is Sandy Cangelosi and I'm from Austin, Texas. My experience has been at the elementary and middle school levels with instructional technology as a focus. I've provided lessons that are time-saving, easy to use and can be adapted for your curriculum needs. I hope you continue to visit my store as I upload units and lessons which are aligned with essential 21st Century Skills.