Dive in, and kick off Dark Day in the Deep Sea today! Your crew will assemble a flip book to cover standards this week, gain background information about the HMS Challenger, learn about their new skills and vocabulary, and begin the novel.
You're full speed ahead as your crew reads chapter four and five in Dark Day in the Deep Sea. They'll show and share what they know about asking and answering questions and character traits and emotions in their flip book.
Ahoy! The seas are getting quite rough as your crew reads chapter seven and eight in Dark Day in the Deep Sea. They'll continue navigating their skills of asking and answering questions and character traits in their flip book.
In the previous lesson, students learned how to identify if a text were written using the problem and solution structure. Today, students write their own passage using this structure and incorporating important key words.
Often times in science, elementary students need exposure to conceptual topics before they can be asked to experiment. This lesson allows children to explore and research various biomes with the intention of teaching others.
In this lesson, students complete an assessment that measures their ability to identify the structure of nonfiction informational texts. Then, they must show "how they know" by offering support from each text.
Sink or Swim? Find out the exciting conclusion as your crew reads chapter 9, 10, and 11 in Dark Day in the Deep Sea. They'll practice asking and answering questions, character traits and emotions, and reflect on the unit essential question.