Do Tigers Like Monkeys? By: Aline Alexander Newman (adapted by Have Fun Teaching) Do tigers like monkeys? Tigers are big cats that eat meat.

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Do Tigers Like Monkeys? By: Aline Alexander Newman (adapted by Have Fun Teaching) Do tigers like monkeys? Tigers are big cats that eat meat."

Transcription

1 Do Tigers Like Monkeys? By: Aline Alexander Newman (adapted by Have Fun Teaching) Do tigers like monkeys? Tigers are big cats that eat meat. Below is a picture of Dema the tiger and Nia the monkey. Both of these baby animals do not have a real family, so they wanted to be friends. The tiger and the monkey love to play with each other. They play with toys and take naps together. Then one morning, Nia gave Dema a hug, and Dema licked and kissed him back! They are great friends. Grade 1 Text By:

2 Do Tigers Like Monkeys? By: Aline Alexander Newman (adapted by Have Fun Teaching) Read the story. Use the information in the story to answer the questions below. 1. Tigers are big cats that eat. A. Grass B. Meat C. Beans D. Tigers 2. In this story, what are the names of the tiger and monkey? A. David and Nancy B. Dad and Mom C. Dema and Nia D. Dragon and Night 3. Why did the tiger and the monkey want to be friends? A. They did not have a real family B. They did not like each other C. They did not have fun together D. They were hungry 4. What did Dema and Nia do for fun? A. Play video games B. Watch TV C. Go hunting for food D. Play with toys and take naps 5. Nia gave Dema a hug. Then, what did Dema do to Nia? A. Hugged him back B. Licked him back C. Licked and kissed him back D. Ran away Grade 1 Text By:

3 Do Tigers Like Monkeys? By: Aline Alexander Newman (adapted by Have Fun Teaching) ANSWER KEY Read the story. Use the information in the story to answer the questions below. 1. Tigers are big cats that eat. A. Grass B. Meat C. Beans D. Tigers 2. In this story, what are the names of the tiger and monkey? A. David and Nancy B. Dad and Mom C. Dema and Nia D. Dragon and Night 3. Why did the tiger and the monkey want to be friends? A. They did not have a real family B. They did not like each other C. They did not have fun together D. They were hungry 4. What did Dema and Nia do for fun? A. Play video games B. Watch TV C. Go hunting for food D. Play with toys and take naps 5. Nia gave Dema a hug. Then, what did Dema do to Nia? A. Hugged him back B. Licked him back C. Licked and kissed him back D. Ran away Grade 1 Text By:

4 The Florida Manatee By: Have Fun Teaching The Florida manatee is a big animal that lives in the warm water. Some people say that it looks like a cow. They have flippers and a tail to help them swim. Manatees only eat plants. Wow, that is so cool! These friendly animals can swim in the water, but they need to stick their nose out of the water to breathe. These large mammals are endangered. That means that there are not many manatees left on Earth. Manatees get hurt by boats. We must save them! Manatees are one of my favorite animals. How about you?

5 The Florida Manatee By: Have Fun Teaching Read the story. Use the information in the story to answer the questions below. 1. Where does the manatee live? A. In the cold water B. In the warm water C. In the pool D. In the forest 2. What do manatees eat? A. Only meat B. Meat and plants C. Only plants D. Other animals 3. How do manatees breathe? A. They breathe in the water B. They breathe with their gills C. They do not breathe D. They stick their nose out of the water to breathe 4. In the story, what does the word endangered mean? A. There are lots of manatees left on Earth B. There are not many manatees left on Earth C. Manatees are extinct D. Manatees are friendly 5. How do manatees get hurt? A. Other animals hurt them B. They get hurt by swimming too fast C. They get hurt by boats D. They never get hurt

6 The Florida Manatee By: Have Fun Teaching ANSWER KEY 1. Where does the manatee live? A. In the cold water B. In the warm water C. In the pool D. In the forest 2. What do manatees eat? A. Only meat B. Meat and plants C. Only plants D. Other animals 3. How do manatees breathe? A. They breathe in the water B. They breathe with their gills C. They do not breathe D. They stick their nose out of the water to breathe 4. In the story, what does the word endangered mean? A. There are lots of manatees left on Earth B. There are not many manatees left on Earth C. Manatees are extinct D. Manatees are friendly 5. How do manatees get hurt? A. Other animals hurt them B. They get hurt by swimming too fast C. They get hurt by boats D. They never get hurt

7 Name: Skill: Reading Comprehension The King of the Jungle Date: The lion is the king of the jungle. They are big and strong. Lions weigh 400 pounds and stand 4 feet tall. If you feel the hair on its face, it is soft. You can find a lion in Africa. They can live for 15 years in the wild. They like to sleep in the grass at night. Lions eat meat, such as zebras, giraffe, and buffalo. Lions live in groups, called prides, with about 15 other lions. Would you like to have a lion as a pet? Reading Comprehension Level 1 HaveFunTeaching.com

8 Name: Skill: Reading Comprehension The King of the Jungle 1. The lion is the King of the. A) Jump Rope B) Africa C) Jungle D) Forest 2. Lions are big and strong. They weight pounds. A) 4 B) 40 C) 400 D) Lions can live for years in the wild. A) 5 B) 10 C) 15 D) Lions eat meat, such as. A) Pork Chops B) Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, and Chicken C) Plants D) Zebras, Giraffe, and Buffalo 5. Lions live in groups called. A) Herds B) Prides C) Groups D) A Gaggle Date: Reading Comprehension Level 1 HaveFunTeaching.com

9 Name: Skill: Reading Comprehension The King of the Jungle 1. The lion is the King of the. A) Jump Rope B) Africa C) Jungle D) Forest 2. Lions are big and strong. They weight pounds. A) 4 B) 40 C) 400 D) Lions can live for years in the wild. A) 5 B) 10 C) 15 D) Lions eat meat, such as. A) Pork Chops B) Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, and Chicken C) Plants D) Zebras, Giraffe, and Buffalo 5. Lions live in groups called. A) Herds B) Prides C) Groups D) A Gaggle Date: Reading Comprehension Level 1 HaveFunTeaching.com

10 Name: Date: Skill: Reading Comprehension The African Elephant The African elephant is very big! It is the biggest land animal on Earth. It is also one of the smartest land animals. The elephant has a long trunk and two white tusks. Elephants live in Africa and can live for up to 60 years of age. They love to eat and drink. In fact, elephants spend half of the day eating. Their favorite foods are grass, twigs, and fruit. What are your favorite foods? Reading Comprehension Level 1 HaveFunTeaching.com

11 Name: Skill: Reading Comprehension The African Elephant 1. The African elephant is very. A) Funny B) Big C) Small D) Brown 2. The elephant is also one of the land animals. A) Smartest B) Oldest C) Loudest D) Hairy 3. Elephants have a long trunk and two white. A) Eyes B) Arms C) Legs D) Tusks 4. The life span of an elephant is years of age. A) 6 B) 60 C) 600 D) 6, An elephants favorite foods are grass, twigs, and. A) Jelly Beans B) Fruit C) Donuts D) Other Animals Date: Reading Comprehension Level 1 HaveFunTeaching.com

12 Name: Skill: Reading Comprehension The African Elephant 1. The African elephant is very. A) Funny B) Big C) Small D) Brown 2. The elephant is also one of the land animals. A) Smartest B) Oldest C) Loudest D) Hairy 3. Elephants have a long trunk and two white. A) Eyes B) Arms C) Legs D) Tusks 4. The life span of an elephant is years of age. A) 6 B) 60 C) 600 D) 6, An elephants favorite foods are grass, twigs, and. A) Jelly Beans B) Fruit C) Donuts D) Other Animals Date: Reading Comprehension Level 1 HaveFunTeaching.com

13 The Worm Poem by: Ralph Bergengren When the Earth is turned in spring The worms are fat as anything. And birds come flying all around To eat the worms right off the ground. They like worms just as much as I Like bread and milk and apple pie. And once, when I was very young, I put a worm right on my tongue. I didn t like the taste a bit, And so I didn t swallow it. But oh, it makes my Mother squirm Because she thinks I ate that worm! Grade 1

14 The Worm Poem by: Ralph Bergengren Read the story. Use the information in the poem to answer the questions below. 1. What do the worms look like in the spring? A. Tiny B. Small C. Big D. Fat 2. Which type of animal is flying around in this poem? A. Worm B. Bird C. Mother D. Dragon 3. Who is They in the sentence, They like worms just as much as I like bread and milk and apple pie.? A. The birds B. The worms C. The people D. The food 4. What happened right after the boy tasted the worm? A. The boy swallowed the worm B. The boy ate the worm C. The boy did not swallow the worm D. The Mother ate the worm 5. Why does the Mother squirm? A. She saw her son eat the worm B. She likes worms as much as her son C. She ate the worm D. She thinks her son ate the worm Grade 1

15 The Worm Poem by: Ralph Bergengren ANSWER KEY Read the story. Use the information in the poem to answer the questions below. 1. What do the worms look like in the spring? A. Tiny B. Small C. Big D. Fat 2. Which type of animal is flying around in this poem? A. Worm B. Bird C. Mother D. Dragon 3. Who is They in the sentence, They like worms just as much as I like bread and milk and apple pie.? A. The birds B. The worms C. The people D. The food 4. What happened right after the boy tasted the worm? A. The boy swallowed the worm B. The boy ate the worm C. The boy did not swallow the worm D. The Mother ate the worm 5. Why does the Mother squirm? A. She saw her son eat the worm B. She likes worms as much as her son C. She ate the worm D. She thinks her son ate the worm Grade 1

T W TH F. The lion & The Mouse. Week: Activities: Week: M

T W TH F. The lion & The Mouse. Week: Activities: Week: M Term The lion & The Mouse Weeks: Language: What was the Lion doing? Who annoyed the Lion? How? What happened to the Lion? How did he get trapped? Why do you think the other animals didn t help the Lion?

More information

_GCPS_01_RD_All_Domains (_GCPS_01_RD_All_Domains) What Is An Emu?

_GCPS_01_RD_All_Domains (_GCPS_01_RD_All_Domains) What Is An Emu? Name: Date: What Is An Emu? An emu is a big bird. The emu cannot fly. Instead, it has strong legs and can run very fast. It has three large toes on each foot. The emu grows to be almost six feet tall!

More information

Grolier Online Kids Feature Showcase Animals of Africa Teacher s Guide

Grolier Online Kids Feature Showcase Animals of Africa Teacher s Guide Grolier Online Kids Feature Showcase Animals of Africa Teacher s Guide Opening The continent of Africa is teeming with the kinds of animals that most people can only see in captivity. Lions, leopards,

More information

3rd GRADE MINIMUM CONTENTS UDI 2: FAUNIA. LIVING THINGS (6)

3rd GRADE MINIMUM CONTENTS UDI 2: FAUNIA. LIVING THINGS (6) 3rd GRADE MINIMUM CONTENTS UDI 2: FAUNIA. LIVING THINGS (6) LIVING AND NON-LIVING THINGS Living things are born, grow, reproduce, grow old, and die. People, plants and animals are all living things. Living

More information

Armored Animal by Guy Belleranti

Armored Animal by Guy Belleranti What mammal lives only in the Americas, looks a little like a monster-sized pillbug, and wears a coat of armor on its back, head, legs, and tail? An armadillo, of course. What is an armadillo's armor like?

More information

All about Jenkinson s Aquarium. By The Tiger Class February

All about Jenkinson s Aquarium. By The Tiger Class February All about Jenkinson s Aquarium By The Tiger Class February 2 2017 Table of Contents 1. Introduction 3 2. Harbor Seals 4,5 3. Penguins 6,7 4. Pythons 8 5. Fish 9 6. Sea Urchins 10 7. Eels 11 8. Stingrays

More information

ANIMALS AROUND THE WORLD. Scavenger Hunt GRADES K-3

ANIMALS AROUND THE WORLD. Scavenger Hunt GRADES K-3 ANIMALS AROUND THE WORLD Scavenger Hunt GRADES K-3 Scavenger Hunt Animals Around the World (K-3) Teacher s Guide Updated Summer 2011 APPROXIMATE TIME: 60-90 Minutes Suggestions for Teachers: 1. Allow 60-90

More information

Grade 2. Unit 6. 1-Listen and tick: 2-Listen and tick: 3-Listen and number:

Grade 2. Unit 6. 1-Listen and tick: 2-Listen and tick: 3-Listen and number: Grade 2 Unit 6 1-Listen and tick: 2-Listen and tick: 3-Listen and number: 1 4- Listen and number: 5-Read and match : 1- That book is very big. 2- We've got some cakes. 3- Have we got cornflakes? 6-Read

More information

NARRATOR 1: Long, long ago, many animals on earth did not look the way they do today.

NARRATOR 1: Long, long ago, many animals on earth did not look the way they do today. The Red Dragon An Aboriginal Legend Retold by Agor Adapted by Susan LaBella Long, long ago, many animals on earth did not look the way they do today. Some animals were much taller or thinner than they

More information

Let s Visit The Zoo!

Let s Visit The Zoo! Let s Visit The Zoo! A partnership between The Autism Program of Illinois Have Dreams and Lincoln Park Zoo Level 3 What is a zoo? A zoo is a place where people go to see animals from all over the world.

More information

The Hare and the Well Written by Anna Kippley a Malawian tale

The Hare and the Well Written by Anna Kippley a Malawian tale The Hare and the Well 1 The Hare and the Well Written by Anna Kippley a Malawian tale Draft # 1 first draft Copyright 2013 Anna Kippley The Hare and the Well 2 The Hare and the Well One year there was

More information

Homes and Habitats Grades 3-5

Homes and Habitats Grades 3-5 Homes and Habitats Grades 3-5 PROGRAM OVERVIEW Welcome to Cosley Zoo! This program focuses on habitats and adaptations as we discuss the different aspects of a habitat and the qualities animals have that

More information

Wildlife Prairie State Park Amazing Animals Teachers Packet

Wildlife Prairie State Park Amazing Animals Teachers Packet Teachers Packet Grades 1-2 Abstract Animals come in all shapes and sizes. Shared characteristics link animals together into groups. Explore these characteristics, the habitats in which animals live and

More information

Levels of the Savannah. Guide Book

Levels of the Savannah. Guide Book Levels of the Savannah Guide Book K-12 Levels of the Savannah What: 60 90 min tour of the Savannah building discussing the niches of the African savannah When: can be done year-round Backpack contents:

More information

Ele-Bot Sentence Examples for PowerPoint Slides

Ele-Bot Sentence Examples for PowerPoint Slides Ele-Bot Sentence Examples for PowerPoint Slides Slide 2 It s the boy that the clown pulls. It s the clown that the girl pulls. It s the girl that the boy pulls. Slide 3 The mouse is not being chased by

More information

Copyright Notice. Copyright 2014 Have Fun Teaching, LLC

Copyright Notice. Copyright 2014 Have Fun Teaching, LLC 1 Copyright Notice Copyright 2014 Have Fun Teaching, LLC! As permitted herein, worksheets may be copied for personal classroom and personal home use, meaning you may copy and reproduce the worksheets for

More information

Ele-bot Sentence Examples For Use with Ele-bot Screenshots PowerPoint

Ele-bot Sentence Examples For Use with Ele-bot Screenshots PowerPoint Ele-bot Sentence Examples For Use with Ele-bot Screenshots PowerPoint Slide 2 Slide 3 Slide 4 Slide 5 Slide 6 Slide 7 Slide 8 Slide 9 Slide 10 Slide 11 Slide 12 Slide 13 It s the boy that the clown pulls.

More information

Scavenger Hunt. Teacher Answer Key

Scavenger Hunt. Teacher Answer Key Scavenger Hunt Teacher Answer Key Instructions: You will not find the answer to these questions on signage. This scavenger hunt is designed to promote thoughtful conversation with your students. Questions

More information

Rachel and the TreeSchoolers Theme Song

Rachel and the TreeSchoolers Theme Song Theme Song I m Penny I m Simon I m Abacus Finch Chroma Chameleon Yo, I m Isaac Newt Abigail Nightingale The firefly, Hue Bongo (ha ha ha ha) And me Tomas, you ll love me We love Preschool We love TreeSchool

More information

For Use with Open Court 4 th Grade, Unit 1, Lesson 2. Risks and Consequences: Toto. Curriculum Companion Sacramento County Office of Education 1

For Use with Open Court 4 th Grade, Unit 1, Lesson 2. Risks and Consequences: Toto. Curriculum Companion Sacramento County Office of Education 1 Risks and Consequences: BUILD BACKGROUND Unit 1, Grade 4 California Standards Reading Word Recognition 1.1 Read narrative and expository text aloud with grade-appropriate fluency and accuracy and with

More information

invertebrate Animals - Standard 5

invertebrate Animals - Standard 5 Instructions for Vocabulary Cards: Please photocopy the following pages onto heavy card stock (back to back, so the word is printed on the back side of the matching definition). Then, laminate each page.

More information

HUNGRY, HUNGRY HIPPOS Learn about the 3rd largest mammal in the world. He weighs over 5,000 pounds and only eats plants!

HUNGRY, HUNGRY HIPPOS Learn about the 3rd largest mammal in the world. He weighs over 5,000 pounds and only eats plants! HUNGRY, HUNGRY HIPPOS Learn about the 3rd largest mammal in the world. He weighs over 5,000 pounds and only eats plants! Grade(s): 2-4 Objectives (grade dependent): Student(s) will be able to: use place

More information

SCIENCE CYCLE 2 Name. The World of AMPHIBIANS

SCIENCE CYCLE 2 Name. The World of AMPHIBIANS SCIENCE CYCLE 2 Name Teacher: Mr. D. Strina THE WORLD OF AMPHIBIANS ACTIVITY BOOK The World of AMPHIBIANS WHAT AMPHIBIANS HAVE IN COMMON 1 2 3 4 5 6 11 22 WHAT IS AN AMPHIBIAN? 33 1 2 3 44 55 BRAINPOP

More information

2 nd Grade Science Summative Test Name Unit 2

2 nd Grade Science Summative Test Name Unit 2 Unit 2 Physical Science Magnets Describe the magnetic field which surrounds a bar magnet (2s psc3b4o3 2010) Scientific Inquiry of the Magnetic Field Which Surrounds a Bar Magnet When I went into the kitchen

More information

Third Grade Animal Adaptation Reports. By: Ms. Ainsworth s class

Third Grade Animal Adaptation Reports. By: Ms. Ainsworth s class Third Grade Animal Adaptation Reports By: Ms. Ainsworth s class Great White Shark The great white shark has some adaptations. One is it could blend in the bottom of the ocean because its back helps it

More information

not to be republished NCERT

not to be republished NCERT Kari, a five-month-old baby elephant, lives and grows up with his nine-year-old friend and keeper. Kari doesn t eat much just about sixteen kilograms of delicious twigs a day. Playful and sensitive, Kari

More information

EVS WORKSHEET CLASS III

EVS WORKSHEET CLASS III EVS WORKSHEET CLASS III NAME: _ CLASS: SEC: 1. Name three animals that can wings. 2. Name two animals eat the grass. 3. Name two animals seen on branches. 4. Name two animals seen on leaves. 5. Name three

More information

Lesson 11: Introduction to Right Whales

Lesson 11: Introduction to Right Whales Cetaceans 4 th Grade Curriculum Lesson 11: Introduction to Right Whales Page 11-1 Lesson 11: Introduction to Right Whales Objectives: Students will learn about North Atlantic right whale life histories.

More information

Possible Score. Criterion Score. Student Score TEST RECORD FORM. Vocabulary: Target Vocabulary, Idioms 10 8

Possible Score. Criterion Score. Student Score TEST RECORD FORM. Vocabulary: Target Vocabulary, Idioms 10 8 WEEKLY TESTS 12.1 Test Record Form TEST RECORD FORM Possible Score Criterion Score Student Score Vocabulary: Target Vocabulary, Idioms 10 8 Comprehension: Story Structure, Selection Test 10 8 : Homophones

More information

Deserts. Locations of deserts WORDS

Deserts. Locations of deserts WORDS 1 WORDS certain =special cover =here: make up create = make cut off =separate little = not very much rise = go up surface =the top layer of an object trade wind = a tropical wind that blows to the equator

More information

Vertebrates (animals with backbones) Gay Miller

Vertebrates (animals with backbones) Gay Miller Vertebrates (animals with backbones) Gay Miller Vertebrates (animals with backbones) Mammals Birds Fish Reptiles Amphibians young drink milk, fur, warm blooded born from hard-shelled eggs, feathers, warm

More information

The Slightly Annoying Elephant

The Slightly Annoying Elephant The Slightly Annoying Elephant David Walliams Rich Tasks and Reasoning Problems to Challenge Children It s Story Time! Questions to consider when choosing a book to develop numeracy skills Contexts for

More information

Watch where you re going, Manatee, Sea Turtle said. You swam right into me.

Watch where you re going, Manatee, Sea Turtle said. You swam right into me. Boink! Manny Manatee smacked his head. Watch where you re going, Manatee, Sea Turtle said. You swam right into me. How can I watch where I m going? Manny complained. I can t see a thing in this dirty water.

More information

The book was filled with animal facts and its purpose was to inform. The genre would be: (Circle one.) Realistic Fiction Fiction Nonfiction

The book was filled with animal facts and its purpose was to inform. The genre would be: (Circle one.) Realistic Fiction Fiction Nonfiction Name: _ In the book, HELP ME! the lady went to Africa and saw many animals. She took the book, Animals of Africa, with her. The book was filled with animal facts and its purpose was to inform. The genre

More information

Animals Big and Small: Skin and Guts

Animals Big and Small: Skin and Guts Animals Big and Small: Skin and Guts What if elephants had small ears? A VOLUME AND SURFACE AREA PROJECT Activity 16-1: Skin and Guts Animal Definitions The following a definitions which fit the vast majority

More information

Listening and Following Directions

Listening and Following Directions Listening and Following Directions An Activity That Challenges Students To Pay Attention To Details Listening and Following Directions An Activity That Challenges Students To Pay Attention To Details Teacher

More information

lift walkie-talkies torch CD player mp3 player mobile phone electric fan laptop electric toothbrush games console

lift walkie-talkies torch CD player mp3 player mobile phone electric fan laptop electric toothbrush games console 3 RD FORM PRACTICE TEST 6 1- Match lift walkie-talkies torch CD player mp3 player mobile phone electric fan laptop electric toothbrush games console 1 2- Write was or were Yesterday James and Polly at

More information

Is the lion really the king of the jungle?

Is the lion really the king of the jungle? 1 In literature, art, and folklore, lions have long been the symbol of kings and royalty. Their very appearance suggests strength and power. They are the largest of all felines and are one of the top predators

More information

Too Hot! Now Dan can sit on the sand. Level 3 Set 1 Book 1

Too Hot! Now Dan can sit on the sand. Level 3 Set 1 Book 1 Level 3 Set 1 Book 1 2009 by Charlotte Powell. Some rights reserved (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/). 2009 by R C Photographic in en:flickr. Some rights reserved (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/).

More information

You and the Zoo Field Trip Package

You and the Zoo Field Trip Package 1 You and the Zoo Field Trip Package Table of Contents: Package Overview 1-3 During Field Trip Activities 7-8 Information Guide 3-4 Post-Trip Activities 9-12 Picture Book Suggestions 5 Bingo sheets 13-15

More information

Identify the text structure of the following passages. Underline signal words and clues that helped you determine each structure.

Identify the text structure of the following passages. Underline signal words and clues that helped you determine each structure. Text Structure Practice Identify the text structure of the following passages. Underline signal words and clues that helped you determine each structure. 1. Wild chimpanzees are rapidly disappearing. Some

More information

English Listening comprehension Hy 2016/2017 Teachers copy

English Listening comprehension Hy 2016/2017 Teachers copy English Listening comprehension Hy 2016/2017 Teachers copy _ If he hadn t been strapped in, Jason would not be able to sit still. He wanted to tell everyone that he was going to be on TV. Every evening

More information

Corduroy Goes to First Grade

Corduroy Goes to First Grade Corduroy Goes to First Grade Lebanon Borough School 2010-2011 Mrs. Turner Saturday, April 9 It was a cool, sunny day at the shore. I was so excited to be outside after being inside all winter! In the morning

More information

Instructions, Points & Marks

Instructions, Points & Marks Berufsmaturitätsschule English Entrance Examination 2013 9 March 2013 Cover Sheet Instructions, Points & Marks Name:. First Name:.. Your exam consists of the following three parts: Total time: 45 minutes

More information

Jump Rope Counting Rhymes

Jump Rope Counting Rhymes Jump Rope Counting Rhymes Chickety, Chickety, Chop Chickety, chickety, chop. How many times before I stop? One, two three, four, five..? Candy, Candy In the Dish Candy, candy in the dish. How many pieces

More information

GCSE 4171/01 ENGLISH/ENGLISH LANGUAGE FOUNDATION TIER UNIT 1 (READING)

GCSE 4171/01 ENGLISH/ENGLISH LANGUAGE FOUNDATION TIER UNIT 1 (READING) GCSE 4171/01 ENGLISH/ENGLISH LANGUAGE FOUNDATION TIER UNIT 1 (READING) A.M. TUESDAY, 4 November 2014 1 hour A14-4171-01 ADDITIONAL MATERIALS Resource Material. An 8 page answer book. INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES

More information

EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY GUIDE

EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY GUIDE EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY GUIDE EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY GUIDE Experience an epic true story unfold against the backdrop of the majestic African savanna as two families strive to make a home in the wildest place

More information

My Places. My Places A Reading A Z Poetry Book Word Count: 806 POETRY.

My Places. My Places A Reading A Z Poetry Book Word Count: 806 POETRY. My Places A Reading A Z Poetry Book Word Count: 806 POETRY My Places Written by Dina Anastasio Illustrated by Len Epstein Visit www.readinga-z.com for thousands of books and materials. www.readinga-z.com

More information

Level 2 l Upper intermediate

Level 2 l Upper intermediate 1 Warmer Put these animals in order from 1 (most endangered) to 5 (least endangered). 1. a. giant panda 2. b. Asian elephant 3. c. mountain gorilla 4. d. orangutan 5. e. tiger 2 Key words Fill the gaps

More information

Performance Task 1. Part 1. Animals and Their Unique Abilities

Performance Task 1. Part 1. Animals and Their Unique Abilities Animals and Their Unique Abilities Task: Your science class takes a trip to the aquarium. A guide describes some underwater animals with amazing abilities like a mudskipper that climbs trees and a planarian

More information

Objective The student will read with proper phrasing, intonation, and expression in phrases.

Objective The student will read with proper phrasing, intonation, and expression in phrases. F.012 Phrases Objective The student will read with proper phrasing, intonation, and expression in phrases. Materials Sentence sailboats (Activity Master F.012.AM1a - F.012.AMf) Activity Students read words

More information

Giant pre-historic insects * which DO NOT make good pets

Giant pre-historic insects * which DO NOT make good pets Giant pre-historic insects * which DO NOT make good pets Giant flea Giant slug BzzzzZZZZZzzzzzzzZZZZZZzzzzzz... The giant dragonfly whizzed around and around Arg s cave. Faster and faster. It sounded like

More information

Vertebrate Animals. DOMAIN- Eukarya KINGDOM- Animalia PHYLUM- Chordata SUBPHYLUM- Vertebrata CLASS- 7 different»orders- 10 Placental mammals

Vertebrate Animals. DOMAIN- Eukarya KINGDOM- Animalia PHYLUM- Chordata SUBPHYLUM- Vertebrata CLASS- 7 different»orders- 10 Placental mammals Vertebrate Animals DOMAIN- Eukarya KINGDOM- Animalia PHYLUM- Chordata SUBPHYLUM- Vertebrata CLASS- 7 different»orders- 10 Placental mammals Characteristics of ALL vertebrates Backbone Endoskeleton Distinct

More information

Wildlife Report. For the month of February, Two Thousand and Fifteen. Samaki 33 mm Risiriba 152 mm

Wildlife Report. For the month of February, Two Thousand and Fifteen. Samaki 33 mm Risiriba 152 mm Singita Grumeti Sasakwa & Faru Faru Lodges Serengeti House & Sabora Tented Camp Explore Mobile Tented Camp Tanzania (Photo by Adas Anthony) Wildlife Report For the month of February, Two Thousand and Fifteen

More information

Your web browser (Safari 7) is out of date. For more security, comfort and the best experience on this site: Update your browser Ignore

Your web browser (Safari 7) is out of date. For more security, comfort and the best experience on this site: Update your browser Ignore Your web browser (Safari 7) is out of date. For more security, comfort and the best experience on this site: Update your browser Ignore Activityengage PERSPECTIVES O F L IO N CO NSERVATIO N What strategies

More information

EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY GUIDE

EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY GUIDE EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY GUIDE EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY GUIDE Experience an epic true story unfold against the backdrop of the majestic African savanna as two families strive to make a home in the wildest place

More information

Now try the games out for yourself and then please consider raising money for Send a Cow to help more children have healthy food and great fun.

Now try the games out for yourself and then please consider raising money for Send a Cow to help more children have healthy food and great fun. CHILDREN S GAMES Many of the games that children play in East Africa are about things in their everyday lives: food, family and homemaking. Children play them in school fields, at home or on un-used land

More information

Last summer when I was living in the country with my mother,

Last summer when I was living in the country with my mother, MISHKA S PORRIDGE by Nikolay Nosov Last summer when I was living in the country with my mother, Mishka came to stay with us. I was very pleased to see him because I had been quite lonely without him. Mum

More information

SUNDAY. quick links. sun. mon. tue. wed. thu. fri. sat. show ANIMAL HAPPENING SCHEDULE. descriptions

SUNDAY. quick links. sun. mon. tue. wed. thu. fri. sat. show ANIMAL HAPPENING SCHEDULE. descriptions quick links sun mon tue wed thu fri sat show descriptions ANIMAL HAPPENING SCHEDULE 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. See description Budgie Feeding Experience Giraffe Feeding Experience Chicken Feeding

More information

October 2006 Issue No. 4

October 2006 Issue No. 4 October 2006 Issue No. 4-1 - Hello Everyone: I want to welcome you to the Autumn Edition of our e-magazine. It is with great pleasure I present to you the wonderfully talented kids who put so much effort

More information

Any Age. Ocean Animals. Express Lapbook SAMPLE PAGE. A Journey Through Learning

Any Age. Ocean Animals. Express Lapbook SAMPLE PAGE. A Journey Through Learning A J T L Any Age Ocean Animals Express Lapbook Mini Lapbook, Study Guide, Activities, and Crafts A Journey Through Learning www.ajourneythroughlearning.com Copyright 2013 A Journey Through Learning 1 Authors-Paula

More information

When rabbits were more pest than pet

When rabbits were more pest than pet When rabbits were more pest than pet Sofia Fawcett Narrabri Public School Enviro-Stories Enviro-Stories is an innovative literacy education program that inspires learning about natural resource and catchment

More information

Tigers to be freed. News Story Original Version (Primary) schoolsonline.britishcouncil.org. 20th April 2015

Tigers to be freed. News Story Original Version (Primary) schoolsonline.britishcouncil.org. 20th April 2015 Tigers to be freed 20th April 2015 AFTER 15 years of complaints by animal rights campaigners, all the tigers held at Thailand s Tiger Temple are set to be freed by the end of April. The temple is famous

More information

The Toledo Zoo/ThinkingWorks. Teacher Overview for the Primate Lessons

The Toledo Zoo/ThinkingWorks. Teacher Overview for the Primate Lessons The Toledo Zoo/ThinkingWorks Teacher Overview for the Primate Lessons Teacher Overview: Primates Primates have many traits that are unique to this particular order of animals. Below is a list of general

More information

Sea Otter Pup TEACHER S NOTES. by Victoria Miles, illustrated by Elizabeth Gatt SPELLING/VOCABULARY LIST

Sea Otter Pup TEACHER S NOTES. by Victoria Miles, illustrated by Elizabeth Gatt SPELLING/VOCABULARY LIST Sea Otter Pup TEACHER S NOTES by Victoria Miles, illustrated by Elizabeth Gatt Sea Otter Pup describes a day in the life of a young sea otter as he is fed and groomed by his mother, learning the skills

More information

Case Study: Big Cats in the Maasai Steppe

Case Study: Big Cats in the Maasai Steppe This website would like to remind you: Your browser (Apple Safari 4) is out of date. Update your browser for more security, comfort and the best experience on this site. Article Case Study: Big Cats in

More information

Snow Leopards. By Colin

Snow Leopards. By Colin Snow Leopards By Colin Table of Contents Page one: Introduction Page two: Chapter 1 Page Page four: Chapter 2 Page six: Chapter 3 Page eight: A family of snow leopard s Page ten: How we can help Page eleven:

More information

Animal Needs and Habitats

Animal Needs and Habitats Trinity University Digital Commons @ Trinity Understanding by Design: Complete Collection Understanding by Design Summer 6-12-2014 Animal Needs and Habitats Erin E. Clay esinger1@trinity.edu Follow this

More information

Life Cycles: Egg, Nymph, Adult!

Life Cycles: Egg, Nymph, Adult! Life Cycles: Egg, Nymph, Adult! National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium Environmental Education Curriculum Target Grades: K 5 Key Words: Subject Area: Duration: Life Cycle, Metamorphosis, Native Species,

More information

Feet For Flight _GCPS_03_RD_LC_T4 (_GCPS_03_RD_LC_T4)

Feet For Flight _GCPS_03_RD_LC_T4 (_GCPS_03_RD_LC_T4) Name: Date: How can a bird use its feet to fly? You will find out how when you read "Feet for Flight." Read the story, and then answer the questions that follow. Feet For Flight by Michael L. May Birds

More information

God can help me! God can help me! Who can help you? Who can help you? Made To. Pray. Made to Connect. Made To. Create. Made To. Imagine. Made To.

God can help me! God can help me! Who can help you? Who can help you? Made To. Pray. Made to Connect. Made To. Create. Made To. Imagine. Made To. September 30/October 1 Side 1 Side 2 Pass a bean bag and Ask: What is your favorite sport, and what items do you need to play that sport? Dear God, we know no matter where we go you can help us. We love

More information

Study Questions. to A Romp of Otters. naturalists. Young

Study Questions. to A Romp of Otters. naturalists. Young Young naturalists Study Questions to A Romp of Otters Study and learn facts and ideas based on this Young Naturalists nonfiction story in Minnesota Conservation Volunteer, November December 2016, www.mndnr.gov/mcvmagazine.

More information

Transcribed from a recording by Andrew P. Johnson

Transcribed from a recording by Andrew P. Johnson Tlingit Oral Narratives Alive in the Eddy Transcribed from a recording by Andrew P. Johnson February, 1975 Flesch-Kincaid level 3.2 DRA 24 28 Goldbelt Heritage Foundation 3200 Hospital Drive Juneau, Alaska

More information

Explicit teaching of onset and rime units to grade 1 students will increase their reading ability

Explicit teaching of onset and rime units to grade 1 students will increase their reading ability Explicit teaching of onset and rime units to grade 1 students will increase their reading ability Session 1 Rime Units an / it Text Kit and Jan Teaching Outline for Ten Sessions Activity Onset and Rime

More information

GRASSLANDS BIOME OR HABITAT

GRASSLANDS BIOME OR HABITAT GRASSLANDS BIOME OR HABITAT This area is covered mostly with grasses, has few large trees, and at times has very little water. Dominant colors in the grasslands are browns. An example of a grassland habitat

More information

Tarra and Bella The Elephant and Dog Who Became Best Friends By; Carol Buckley

Tarra and Bella The Elephant and Dog Who Became Best Friends By; Carol Buckley Tarra and Bella The Elephant and Dog Who Became Best Friends By; Carol Buckley This is a powerful story of two very different animals, a dog, and an elephant who formed an unlikely bond. Tarra and Bella

More information

Have you ever wondered how much a Bison weighs?

Have you ever wondered how much a Bison weighs? Have you ever wondered how much a Bison weighs? (Activities using prediction, hypothesis and one year of weight data) Bison roam over the tallgrass prairie at the Konza Prairie Biological Station. Out

More information

Reader s Theater: A Caterpillar s Voice. To Read Aloud in Class or to Perform

Reader s Theater: A Caterpillar s Voice. To Read Aloud in Class or to Perform Reader s Theater: A Caterpillar s Voice To Read Aloud in Class or to Perform Based on a story retold by Elaine L. Lindy Adapted as a play script by Lindsay Parker Characters: NARRATOR or NARRATORS (one

More information

Reader s Theater: A Caterpillar s Voice. To Read Aloud in Class or to Perform

Reader s Theater: A Caterpillar s Voice. To Read Aloud in Class or to Perform Reader s Theater: A Caterpillar s Voice To Read Aloud in Class or to Perform Based on a story retold by Elaine L. Lindy Adapted as a play script by Lindsay Parker Characters: NARRATOR or NARRATORS (one

More information

Throw an Animal Adventure Party!

Throw an Animal Adventure Party! Throw an Animal Adventure Party! Go a little wild with your storytime and throw a Stampede! Start your adventure with Stampede! Poems to Celebrate the Wild Side of School, by Laura Purdie Salas, illustrated

More information

The gallery pages will guide you to some of our key exhibits and give your students activities to make their visit more interactive and educational.

The gallery pages will guide you to some of our key exhibits and give your students activities to make their visit more interactive and educational. Scavenger Hunt Thank you for choosing the Aquarium of the Pacific as your field trip destination! We are excited to share the wonders of the Pacific with you and your class. Teacher Page Use this scavenger

More information

African Storytelling

African Storytelling African Storytelling Oral History History that is passed down by word of mouth Folktale traditional story: a story or legend that is passed down orally from one generation to the next and becomes part

More information

MABULA GUIDES NEWS FOR JULY 2016

MABULA GUIDES NEWS FOR JULY 2016 MABULA GUIDES NEWS FOR JULY 2016 Compiled by: Isaiah Banda Head Guide Picture taken by Mr Jaishanker on Mabula Game Reserve As a guide, it s pretty important to get an idea as to what it is exactly that

More information

RAINIE. Rainie stood on the edge of her bed. The small

RAINIE. Rainie stood on the edge of her bed. The small CHAPTER 1 RAINIE Rainie stood on the edge of her bed. The small wall mirror showed only the middle of her fivefoot-seven frame. Turning sideways, she looked at her butt. It still stuck out. No matter how

More information

In The Gymnast, Gary Soto wants to be like his cousin Isaac. Using details from the text, explain Soto s quest to become a gymnast.

In The Gymnast, Gary Soto wants to be like his cousin Isaac. Using details from the text, explain Soto s quest to become a gymnast. In The Gymnast, Gary Soto wants to be like his cousin Isaac. Using details from the text, explain Soto s quest to become a gymnast. Gary Soto wants to become a gymnast like his cousin Isaac. He goes through

More information

Swift Walker. Wow! he said, Amazing! A Continental Journey

Swift Walker. Wow! he said, Amazing! A Continental Journey Swift Walker loved to walk fast. His sister warned him, One day, you ll walk so fast you won t be able to stop! Sure enough, his speedy legs took him on a journey across the world. Wow! he said, Amazing!

More information

MOUNTAIN GORILLAS IN DANGER 1 WORDS

MOUNTAIN GORILLAS IN DANGER 1 WORDS MU GLL G 1 W although = while chest = the front part of your body between your neck and your stomach conservation = the protection of something disease = illness endangered = in danger of dying out establish

More information

What does being a friend mean to you?

What does being a friend mean to you? What does being a friend mean to you? Don t forget, Ms. Kim said. Tomorrow you must bring in something to share with the class. Please bring something that all of us can look at. It could be a book that

More information

A Discussion on Conservation Strategies for Endangered Charismatic Megafauna

A Discussion on Conservation Strategies for Endangered Charismatic Megafauna 1 Lions, Tigers, and Bears, Oh My! A Discussion on Conservation Strategies for Endangered Charismatic Megafauna 2 3 4 5 6 Megafauna Large animal species with widespread popular appeal whose protection

More information

LEVELED BOOK K. All About Kites. Written by Elizabeth Austin Illustrated by Maria Voris. All About Kites

LEVELED BOOK K. All About Kites. Written by Elizabeth Austin Illustrated by Maria Voris.  All About Kites LEVELED BOOK K All About Kites Written by Elizabeth Austin Illustrated by Maria Voris www.readinga-z.com K N R All About Kites A Reading A Z Level K Leveled Book Word Count: 636 Visit www.readinga-z.com

More information

The Bruins I.C.E. School Math 1 st and 2 nd Grade Curriculum Materials. Lesson 3: Comparing Numbers Using <,> and = Symbols

The Bruins I.C.E. School Math 1 st and 2 nd Grade Curriculum Materials. Lesson 3: Comparing Numbers Using <,> and = Symbols The Bruins I.C.E. School Math Curriculum Materials Lesson 1: Number Sequence Lesson 2: Odd/Even Numbers Lesson 3: Comparing Numbers Using and = Symbols Lesson 4: Classifying Angles Lesson 5: Decimals

More information

LEVELED BOOK K. All About Kites. Written by Elizabeth Austin Illustrated by Maria Voris. All About Kites

LEVELED BOOK K. All About Kites. Written by Elizabeth Austin Illustrated by Maria Voris.  All About Kites LEVELED BOOK K All About Kites Written by Elizabeth Austin Illustrated by Maria Voris www.readinga-z.com K N R All About Kites A Reading A Z Level K Leveled Book Word Count: 636 Visit www.readinga-z.com

More information

Soul Food * * * * * * * * * *

Soul Food * * * * * * * * * * Your last piece of soap stone is brought out. With eyes focused, the stone is held in hand under the flickering light of the oil lamp. It's turned this way, then that, catching the eye and the light in

More information

The Scariest Scarecrow by Kelly Hashway

The Scariest Scarecrow by Kelly Hashway Ben couldn t wait to go to Uncle Darrell s farm. Uncle Darrell had the best corn, apples, and pumpkins ever. And since Ben was going to be spending the weekend, he d get to help Uncle Darrell pick them

More information

Woodrow Wilson Middle School , Glendale USD/Ms. Arline Milton

Woodrow Wilson Middle School , Glendale USD/Ms. Arline Milton Woodrow Wilson Middle School 2003- - 2004, Glendale USD/Ms. Arline Milton Class: Life Science Project Title: Why are Green Sea Turtles Endangered? Abstract: My project was about why green sea turtles are

More information

Wolves in Yellowstone Park. A Story about Ecosystem Balance

Wolves in Yellowstone Park. A Story about Ecosystem Balance Wolves in Yellowstone Park A Story about Ecosystem Balance Yellowstone: A National Park In 1872, Yellowstone (in the state of Wyoming) was declared the first national park in the United States. Geologic

More information