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Oviparous Animals Activities Interactive Notebook Digital and Printable Bundle

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Digital and hands-on, interactive research projects for Oviparous Animals unit.

Pages: 40


Your students will love learning all about Oviparous Animals and animals that lay eggs with this printable and digital interactive notebook using Google Slides! This is a fun, interactive activity that can be incorporated into your Kindergarten or 1st Grade science lessons using Google Classrooms or simply printed and made into a lapbook to learn about this Spring season.

The digital version can be done whole group as a class or assigned to each student using Google Classrooms. To upload to Google Classroom, simply upload this as an assignment and make a copy for each student. When they have finished the activity, have the students turn it in!

The digital version includes slides for the following activities:

-Oviparous Animals KWL

-Eggs can/are/have

-How to Draw a Chick

-Oviparous Animals Videos

-Oviparous Animals Writing

-Oviparous Animals Facts

-Oviparous Animals Life Cycles

-Sort Oviparous Animals

-Label Chick/Frog

-Picture Matching

-Compare Chick/Duck

-and more!!!

This also includes the printable version that students can create their own lapbook to take home.

The printable version includes pages for the following activities:

✩ Label Chick

✩ Label Frog

✩ Label Turtle

✩ Oviparous Word/Picture Match

✩ Oviparous Animals KWL

✩ Oviparous Animals can/have/are

✩ Oviparous Animals Facts

✩ Life Cycle of a Penguin

✩ Life Cycle of a Chicken

✩ Life Cycle of a Frog

✩ Oviparous Animals Vocabulary

✩ What’s Inside the Egg Book

✩ Oviparous Animals Pocket

✩ Oviparous/Not Oviparous Sort

✩ If I was an Oviparous Animal… writing prompt

✩ Compare Oviparous/Viviparous

✩ Favorite Oviparous Animal Book

✩ and more



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