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Digital The Chimpanzees I Love Discussion Questions and Answers

Digital The Chimpanzees I Love Discussion Questions and Answers

**************************************************************************************** There are many books by Jane Goodall and about Jane Goodall. These questions are only applicable to The Chimpanzees I Love Saving Their World and Ours by Jane Goodall. Please check the book cover in the thumbnail and this link: The Chimpanzees I Love **************************************************************************************** This is a thorough overview of The Chimpanzees I Love Saving Their World and Ours by Jane Goodall. Please see the note above. There are group or whole class questions and homework questions broken down by each chapter. The questions could be placed on the board or handed out to different groups of students. All of the questions have complete answers provided in the answer key. The questions are in a Google Slide presentation and need to be shared with your class in an online platform. All materials can be uploaded to a variety of online platforms including: Google Classroom, Microsoft OneDrive, Schoology, Edmodo, Notability, Seesaw, Padlet, Nearpod, Canvas, Evernote and Blackboard. The following questions types and skills are used: *Central Idea and Supporting Details *Context Clues *Author's Purpose *Author's Point of View *Evaluating Arguments *Facts and Opinions *Topic Specific Vocabulary
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Whale Shark Science in the Galapagos

Whale Shark Science in the Galapagos

Enter the realm of the deep blue and watch our short video on Galapagos Whale Sharks. See how scientists are using modern techniques to discover more about their mysterious lives. Find out more about the work of the Galapagos Conservation Trust and educational resources on the Discovering Galapagos website.
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Digital Gorilla Doctors Discussion Questions and Answers

Digital Gorilla Doctors Discussion Questions and Answers

This is a thorough overview of Gorilla Doctors Saving Endangered Great Apes by Pamela S. Turner. There are group or whole class questions and homework questions broken down by each chapter. The questions could be placed on the board or handed out to different groups of students. All of the questions have complete answers provided in the answer key. The questions are in a Google Slide presentation and need to be shared with your class in an online platform. All materials can be uploaded to a variety of online platforms including: Google Classroom, Microsoft OneDrive, Schoology, Edmodo, Notability, Seesaw, Padlet, Nearpod, Canvas, Evernote and Blackboard. This product includes the student edition of the discussion questions, the teacher edition with questions and answers and a how to upload the files to online platform manual. The following questions types and skills are used: *Central Idea and Supporting Details *Context Clues *Author's Purpose *Author's Point of View *Evaluating Arguments *Facts and Opinions *Topic Specific Vocabulary
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KS2 Science Worksheet - What are Fossils?

KS2 Science Worksheet - What are Fossils?

This worksheet was created by www.primaryleap.co.uk What are fossils? This science worksheet includes 12 facts about fossils. Students read through the sentences and fill in the missing words. There is a word bank to help them.
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KS1 Science - Labelling Parts of a Rabbit

KS1 Science - Labelling Parts of a Rabbit

This worksheet was created by www.primaryleap.co.uk KS1 Science - Identify & name basic body parts. This science worksheet asks children to label the different parts of the rabbit using the words from the word bank. There are also some fun facts for students to read.
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Science Worksheet - Researching Animals: Lion

Science Worksheet - Researching Animals: Lion

This worksheet was created by www.primaryleap.co.uk Do lions live alone or in groups? When do lions usually hunt? This science worksheet asks students to write a short report about lions. They must include the answers to the questions in their report.
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Rivers & Water Class Assembly script **Fully editable**

Rivers & Water Class Assembly script **Fully editable**

This class assembly was written for Year 6 but could easily be used in lower years. The script takes around 20 minutes to perform and has enough parts for any sized group. There are lots of speaking roles that can be shared or added to and plenty of non-speaking parts as well. The first scene opens with people around the world discovering all the water on earth is gone. It leads to news reporters following the story around the world to various famous rivers (including Amazon, Nile, Ganges, Yangtze, Mississippi and Mekong). We hear about some of the current environmental issues at each site including pollution and the effect on ecosystems and food chains, urbanization and soil erosion, global warming and flooding, animal extinction, over population, deforestation, rain forest destruction, People finally come and demand their water back but the rivers ask for certain promises from the humans. The play offers suggestions for 'viewers' to help out our environment in general. There is a very effective demonstration of water waste from leaving taps on while brushing teeth that leaves the audience thinking about their actions. The document is written as an open and editable word document, so you can edit and adapt for your group. We hope you enjoy!
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Tapanuli orangutan - reading comprehension

Tapanuli orangutan - reading comprehension

This reading comprehension resource supports a BBC Newsround report about the discovery of a new species of orang-utan. The resource contains 3 sets of questions differentiated for use throughout KS1 and 2 however it would also be suitable to support readiness in KS3. Answers and content domain references are included for each question.
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3D Biomes Project

3D Biomes Project

This project is a great addition to your habitats or ecosystems unit. It can be used as a supplemental learning resource or as an alternative assessment. It includes 8 vibrantly colored biome posters in addition to the cube biome pages. Detailed step-by-step assembly instructions are also provided. This resource includes eight different biomes. When assembled, each 3-D biome cube contains four biomes. It is at the teacher’s discretion to make this an individual or group project, and whether students pick the biomes they want to work on or if they are assigned. The biome pictures contain enough details to show students the main features of each, while leaving room to draw in additional plants and animals to demonstrate an understanding of each biome. On the front of each cube side, students write a description of the biome as well as listing plants and animals found there and the locations where the biome exists. And, these finished resources will look great when displayed in your classroom! The following biomes are included: ★ Rainforest Biome ★ Grassland Biome ★ Marine Biome ★ Desert Biome ★ Freshwater Biome ★ Tundra Biome ★ Deciduous Forest Biome ★ Taiga Biome (Boreal Forest) Four biomes go on each "cube." They actually form triangular prisms, but I'm counting the air inside each where kids can add pop-up animals, modeling clay, etc. so I call them cubes. :) Enjoy! ~ SunnyDaze on TPT
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