The Albertosaurus Mystery
Journeys 3rd Grade
Details and Conclusion Mobile- This is a mobile that helps practice coming up with details with supporting details. These are great to hang from a bulletin board or ceiling.
I can describe a dinosaur- This is a sheet to practice using adjectives.
Mammoth Alphabetical Spelling Practice- This is practicing spelling words, and reviewing alphabetical order. There is also a sentence page to print on the back if you wish.
Visualize a Scene Page- This is a drawing activity to help students understand visualizing the story as they read.
Dino Suffix –ly Cut and Paste- This is a cut and paste activity where students have to come words that the suffix -ly can be added to.
Adjectives That Compare Dino Activity- Writing adjectives that compare in sentences can be a little boring so let us spice it up! Students create their own Dinosaurs and compare them using adjectives!
Dinosaur Poem- Students make a poem from the letters of Dinosaur.
Vocab Flip Flap-Print Print these Pages two sided. Students fold these pages “hot dog” ways. They fill out the flip flap accordingly. If they are struggling with the definition portion, they can look it up in the glossary at the back of their book.
What Words Can you Create? Students try to create as words they can think of from the word Albertosaurus.
5 Fab Facts about Albertosaurus- Students fill the hands with facts about the Albertosaurus.
Article a vs. an Flip-Flap- Understanding when to use a and an can be hard. This is a way for them to practice, and understand the difference. Print these pages two sided. They fill it out accordingly.
Spelling Practice- You will need a dice for this activity. Students will roll to find out what spelling word to write. They keep going until all squares are filled. They also pick some of the words, and put them into sentences.
Comprehension Tri-Fold: Print these pages two-sided. Fold like a brochure. Students fill it out about the week’s selection.