Have you downloaded all your FREE resources from this week’s blogposts? … the habitat scavenger hunt? … the habitat word wall words? … the habitat vocabulary match centre activity? … the five writing activities? … the give one, get one template? … the one word web? If not, go back and visit previous posts to get your copies of all these activities! Today’s blogpost contains links to other habitat resources to use with your students. Have you created a habitat resource? If yes, join up in the habitat link up at the bottom of the post.
Grab students’ attention with trading cards! Students learn about the different habitats by reading the facts about each habitat. These trading cards work well with the Habitat Report Writing materials because students can use the information from the trading cards to write their habitat report. This resource is available from Teachers Pay Teachers and Teacher’s Notebook.
Use these tiered report writing templates with your students to provide them with the amount of support they need to write their habitat reports. Options are provided for writing jot notes, draft copies, and the final report. Check them out at Teachers Pay Teachers and Teacher’s Notebook.
Students can use these journal prompts to apply their learning about habitats. The writing prompts target informative, narrative, and opinion writing. The journal prompts are available Teachers Pay Teachers and Teacher’s Notebook.
Support your students with their vocabulary development by providing students with a vocabulary booklet that meets their individual learning needs. The Habitat Vocabulary Booklets can be found at Teachers Pay Teachers and Teacher’s Notebook.
- Habitat Hot Seat Questions Freebie
- Habitat What I Know Templates Freebie
- Habitat Entry and Exit Cards Freebie
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Next Article: How to Promote Writing With Pet Poster Reports
- Habitats Part I: How to Introduce Your Students to a Unit on Habitats
- Habitats Part 2: How to Promote a Student’s Habitat Vocabulary Development
- Habitats Part 3: 5 Interesting Ways to Use Writing in a Habitat Unit
- Habitats Part 4: How Can You Assess Students in a Habitat Unit
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Until next time,