Next was the DO step. We read pieces of a nonfiction rabbit book and looked for answers to the questions they had brainstormed using the table of contents, headings, etc. Then, the students were to write something they learned about rabbits and could add a picture of a rabbit. We learned that young and baby rabbits stay together with a couple of adult rabbits until they get bigger. They are called kits or kittens as babies. Rabbits have long claws to dig with and long ears to hear danger coming. (I translated the Kinder writing for you in the captions.) I think they did a good job remembering important information we talked about.
|They stay with other rabbits.|
|If rabbits are sick, bring them to the vet.|
|Rabbits have long claws. I learned that.|
|Rabbits have long ears. They are scared of people.|
|Claws help them dig.|
|I learned about rabbits that they eat corn and they hop. I like rabbits.|
|Rabbits are called kits when they are babies.|
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