Scientists Read for Information #2

Unit 1: Wiggly Scientists and Wiggly Worms
Lesson 7 of 13

Objective: SWBAT identify key details that support the author's point, "Animals use their (parts) in very different ways."

Big Idea: What would you do if you have a tail like a lizard, a nose like a platypus, or feet like a chimpanzee? Find out about amazing animals with author Steve Jenkins!

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