Someone once said, "Live every week like it's Shark Week."
And that is a motto I took to heart. [For this week, at least].
Why? Because I adore "Neighborhood Sharks" and simply can't stay away.
Just when I think I've exhausted the resources this book as to offer, I find more!
Toward the end of the book, Ms. Roy has a fantastic description (words and pictures) of the ecosystem surrounding the Farallon Islands. (And there's more figurative language! Awesome.)
I like the idea of making a food chain for these pages because there are a few food chains that are mentioned. That means, there's more than one right answer. And to pick just one food chain, kids will need to sort through the extra information.
Here's the worksheet.
This worksheet also goes with the second part of the book. Just extra little goodies. Maybe for a guided reading group. Or-- you could use this as homework over a break! Keep those little minds sharp! :)
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