Who’s awake and creeping while the rest of us are sleeping? Nocturnal animals! Wake up and check out this unit of graphic organizers and writing frames about nocturnal animals. Use these visual tools to help your little night watchers classify, categorize, compare and contrast, and more! You’ll find circle, brace, and tree charts for each of these animals: raccoon, spider, moth, fox, firefly, skunk, owl, porcupine, mouse and bat. Combine the brace charts to make a repetitive book. The tree charts come with trace, cut, and paste facts about each animal, saving you time. Set up a research or writing center with the word cards that have clip art and photos of nocturnal animals. Collect work in a folder with the cover page.
Tree Charts: For each animal, you’ll find *chart with black-line art *trace, cut, and paste facts
Circle Charts: For each animal, you’ll find *color chart *chart with black-line art
Compare-and-Contrast Charts: *charts in color and black-line art *cut-and-paste animals in color and black-line art *writing frames
Brace Charts: For each animal, you’ll find *black-line chart with traceable words *black-line chart with blanks *color word cards *writing frames
Also... word cards with clip art and photos folder cover research center sign book cover
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