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Create-an-Animal or Create-a-Plant! Excellent activity for higher level thinking! 4th Grade Science! TEXT FEATURES!!!

"I always knew it was you." Claudia told him, "I just didn't realize who 'you' were." -l.r. #ticktock

The joy of being an L2 teacher is that I can use totally elementary English concepts and use them with the more advanced French learners. What a good way to incorporate descriptive writing! (And if it was an animal you SAW, you can use passe compose and imparfait- genius, i know). Oh, and it's FREE.

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Animal Research - Animal Reports

Animal Report • Third Grade • Informational Writing • Lapbook

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Free App: Learn About Animals by Creating Your Own

Fun way to learn about animals - kids can create their own animals with the parts of known animals and learn fun facts of the original animals

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If I Could Be An Animal

If I Could Be an Animal.... writing prompts

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Opinion Writing for Kindergarten ~ The Best Pet! {Common Core}

With this opinion writing lesson, students will write their opinions about the animal they think is the best pet. Kindergarten students and 1st graders will benefit from the differentiated publishing pages in this 21 page opinion writing packet.

What's your "kindred animal spirit???" Should be a fun mid-week board. Do each day at morning meeting or twice a week?

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Zoohoo (Funky First Grade Fun)

Animal writing and sentence expansion

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Free Animal Report Form Printables

♥ ♥ FREE Animal Reports ♥ ♥ including both simple ones for Preschool-2nd grade and more in depth science report forms for 3rd-6th grade students. Perfect for a homeschool biology unit.

Laminated animal pictures to help students write facts, stories, opinions in dry erase marker ~ for practice in writing centers ~ 1st grade