Walrus nonfiction reading comprehension unit with a focus on nonfiction text features: diagrams and labels. Comprehension activities to go along with the nonfiction mentor text, “Awesome Walruses” by Eric Charlesworth. This Walrus unit also comes with a printable mini book with the nonfiction text features of diagrams, labels, captions, bold words, glossary, and index.
Topics covered in the small reader are appearance, food, habitat, life cycle, diagram, predators, interesting facts, as well as special features and adaptations.
This walrus reading comprehension unit includes:
- printable non-fiction reader
- a unique craft
- writing prompts
- graphic organizers
- story element posters
- anchor chart headers
- focused worksheets to deepen understanding of the story elements
- book talk questions
- parent connection materials
- morning work or fast-finisher activities
- lesson plan ideas and more!
This easy-to-implement guided reading set is an engaging polar animal-themed unit that will bring that winter fun to the classroom! Get your students excited about Arctic Animals while reviewing important comprehension strategies like topic, main idea, text evidence, schema, and more.
Read about this unit and more in my blog post about Polar Animals and download a free nonfiction text features worksheet
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