This freebie features information pages about these penguin species: Emperor, King, Gentoo, Adelie, Macaroni and Little. The pages are written in an easy-to-read format making it easier for young students to study these birds and write reports. They can read the information page, record key facts on the graphic organizer and then use this information to write a research paper. This product supports the common core standards for reading informational texts and non-fiction writing.
Environmentalists dressed as penguins hold a protest against the global warming threatening the living environment of the penguins in Antarctica, in Bali, Indonesia, Dec. 11, 2007. A new report of the World Wild Foundation tells that the four species of penguins that breed on the Antarctic continent are under escalating pressures. For some, global warming is destroying the ground on which penguin raise their young.
This non-fiction penguin unit is sure to grab and keep your students' attention! This unit is jam-packed with information on 10 different species of penguins, including: Emperor, King, Chinstrap, Crested, Little, Rockhopper, Adelie, Macaroni, Gentoo, and African Penguins
WebQuest 17 Species of Penguins and so much more.... This is a web search designed to give students factual information about the different species of penguins as they read for information using the internet. During the search they use a variety of strategies and skills that will build their strengths in reading. #readingnonfiction
PenguinWorld is a site devoted to the species of birds known to us as Penguins and to science as the family Spheniscidae. Here you can find information on all 16 types of penguin, including the Emperor, King and Adelie penguin. You can locate penguins on a map of the world, and if you have a question that is not answered here, you can ask Professor Penguin.