All in the Family is an informational text about animals that looks at species, traits, and uniqueness. A two-page activity written in procedural language invites students to explore if plants and animals are exactly like their parents.
The text is divided into sections. Illustrations, including labeled photos, are used to convey information. Punctuation includes periods, commas, question marks, and exclamation marks. Fact boxes provide additional information. A table of contents, a glossary and an index support the reader.
Comparative adjectives, such as greener and smaller, and adverbs are used throughout the text. A pronunciation guide is provided for some words, such as species (SPEE-seez). Glossary words are bold faced throughout the text.
This title is from the Science Readers: Content and Literacy in Science series from Teacher Created Materials. Build literacy skills and science content knowledge with high-interest, appropriately levelled information texts.
Invoice Title: All in the Family