Engage your class in an exciting hands-on experience learning all about salmon! Salmon: An Animal Study is perfect for science in Pre-K, Kindergarten, First, and Second Grade classrooms and packed full of inviting science activities.
Students will learn about the difference between salmon and tuna, endangered animals, parts of a salmon, and a salmon’s life cycle. When students are done they can complete a salmon research project. This pack is great for homeschoolers, kids craft activities, and to add to your unit studies!
- Hands-on experience
- Animal Science
- Life Science
- Endangered animals
- Complete week long unit study
- Great for homeschoolers and kids craft activities
- Pre-K, Kindergarten, First, and Second Grade
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Inside Salmon: An Animal Study you will find:
- Science Lesson Plans for the week
- Definition Posters – 11 pages
- Salmon and Tuna Venn Diagram Anchor Chart Pieces – 2 pages
- Salmon and Tuna PowerPoint – 13 pages
- Salmon and Tuna Posters (exact same as PowerPoint above) – 13 pages
- Salmon and Tuna Writing – 1 page
- Salmon PowerPoint – 18 pages
- Salmon Posters (exact same as PowerPoint above) – 18 pages
- Life Cycle of Salmon–12 pages
- Endangered Animals Emergent Reader (with real animal pictures and clipart) – 16 pages
- Endangered Animals Sort – 8 pages
- Endangered Animals Worksheet – 1 page
- Parts of a Salmon Poster – 1 page
- Parts of a Salmon Worksheet – 2 pages
- Salmon Fact Book (2 versions included) – 3 pages
- Salmon Research Project Craftivity – 3 pages
Please note that this is a digital resource so you can start using this resource immediately.
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