Sometimes we read information from magazines. This week we read from Scholastic News about nocturnal animals that have just been discovered.
Click here to see the magazine article we read…
After reading and closely looking for facts and information, we filled out a 3,2,1.
To fill out a 3,2,1, we needed to find
3 facts we learned while reading,
2 questions for the author, and
1 thing we found to be most interesting.
Here are some of the facts that were recorded from our class…
The owl’s hooting sounded like a whistle. -Luke
Scientists wanted to learn more about the animals that live in a part of Africa.-Rylee
Did you take these pictures or are they fake?- Rylee
Scientists were in the forest at night. -Nicole
Kayan Slow Loris is poisonous. -Jacob
They uses infrared cameras. -Nevaeh
Bats are nocturnal.-Kaylin
Here are some questions for the author recorded form our class…
How did you get so close?- Luke
How did you see the night animals? -Lilly
Are you a scientist? -Oryion
How did the three animals behave? -Nevaeh
Is there more new animals? -Xander
How does a Slow Loris poison you? -Xander
How does the camera take pictures in the dark?- Daniel
Here are the most interesting facts recorded from our class...
Badger Bats are black and white. -Tegan
Bats live in a part of Africa. -Kaylin
When they talked about the Badger Bat. -Daniel
Slow Lorises are poisonous. -Gus