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WonderWorksheets have been especially created to help kids explore and grow their curiosity, knowledge and informed opinions about environmental issues, wildlife and animal rights, and nature conservation.
The worksheets combine literacy skills, including speaking and listening, reading, reading comprehension, and fiction and non-fiction writing activities, with debate, questioning, thinking and research skills.
“These worksheets provide a very interesting and comprehensive set of exercises covering a wide range of activities including researching and designing your own non-fiction booklet about crows, drawing an impression of a worm’s-eye view of the animals’ discussion, writing stories from a given first line, and many more.
“The worksheets are the most interesting and varied I have come across to date and show that the author has put a lot of thought and detail into each one.”
~ Review in EducationOtherwise.org Newsletter, Spring 2018.
The reading and writing activities have been designed around the chapters of the book ‘Animals in the Forest: The Day Terrible Things Came‘ and various environmental and nature conservation issues. You can view some sample pages of WonderWorksheets here.
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Enjoy thinking, questioning, discussing and researching! 🙂