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Students examine the characteristics of snakes and turtles and compare/contrast reptiles with mammals. They watch a video, answer discussion questions, complete information charts, conduct Internet research, and create a habitat diorama.
In this science worksheet, 1st graders will help a turtle that has been hibernating all winter to get to a juicy strawberry in the center of a maze. Students will also answer two short questions about hibernation.
The loggerhead turtle is a fascinating species, and budding readers learn all about it in Nicola Davies' account One Tiny Turtle. This informational narrative offers excellent vocabulary in context, and you'll find guidance here to introduce the following words: armor, compass, glimpse, nursery, surface, and vanish. After introducing the new terms, help scholars explore context clues by asking them to raise hands when they hear one in the story. They make outside connections to solidify meanings through the comprehension questions here (excellent) and can synthesize the lesson with the linked graphic organizers.
In this mazes worksheet, learners explore the best avenue to assist a pond turtle find its friends by working through an interesting maze.
Students will learn some basic information about leatherbacks and hypothesize why individual leatherbacks were able to find their way from Costa Rica to the Galapagos Islands without any obvious navigational aids.
In this box turtle crossword puzzle worksheet, students complete the word puzzle as they select the appropriate words to fill in the blanks in 11 statements regarding box turtles.
In this sea turtle worksheet, young scholars read a short story about a sea turtle and the stages of its life. After reading the story, students organize the stages of life into a graphic organizer.
In this sea turtle worksheet, 3rd graders will add pages to their "animal books." Students will read 10 facts to gain an understanding of a sea turtle and its particular attributes.
In this sea turtle challenge activity, students complete nine multiple choice statements about the anatomy and habits of sea turtles.
In this reading comprehension worksheet, students read five sentences telling facts about Sea Turtles, answer questions about what they read and color the picture. Students fill in the blanks of four sentences.
In this online interactive reading comprehension quiz worksheet, students respond to 10 multiple choice questions based on the book Turtles in my Sandbox. Students submit their answers to be scored.
In this reading comprehension worksheet, students complete a 10 question multiple choice quiz about the book Where Should Turtles Be?
In this science worksheet, students color in the picture of the loggerhead turtle and read the fact sheet that focuses upon its classification.
In this sea turtle vocabulary skills worksheet, students match the 9 listed sea turtle-related terms to the appropriate sentences that describe each of them.  
In this sea turtles worksheet, students color the labeled pictures of 7 species of sea turtles. Students fit the names in an unnumbered crossword that has no clues.
In this sea turtles instructional activity, students read 9 definitions that pertain to words about sea turtles. From four choices, students select the word that best matches each meaning.
In this maze worksheet, students complete a maze that is on the back of a turtle's shell. Students complete 1 maze total on this worksheet.
First graders research Belize and its landscape and animals on the included internet sites. The students complete activities/centers across the curriculum utilizing the facts they discovered.
In this snakes and turtles worksheet, students answer several questions about the characteristics of snakes and reptiles. Students answer questions that describe how snakes and turtles are unique reptiles.
In this turtle worksheet, students find the ten words describing terms associated with turtles and then locate and circle/highlight each one in a word search puzzle inside of the turtles shell.

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