Lesson Plans and Teaching Resources for Tigers

Use Tigers by Laura Marsh to strengthen your students' comprehension skills, build their vocabulary, and help them understand how words work.

In this resource set, students will read and work with this captivating nonfiction text by Laura Marsh to learn all about tigers. Students will work with nonfiction text features to practice multiple comprehension strategies while discovering amazing facts about tigers such as their habitats, eating habits, talents, and more!

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About the Book

The cover for the book Tigers
Title: Tigers
Author: Laura Marsh
Genre: Informational, Nonfiction
Themes: Animals & Insects
ISBN: 9780545638142
Publisher's Summary:
With their amazing beauty, strength, and speed, tigers are among the world's most mesmerizing animals. That's why this book has become one of the most popular entries in the GET WILD! Series.Designed for children from kindergarten through second grade, it features an appealing and colorful format, with text that's easy and enjoyable to read but also rich in hard science. Each spread begins with the concept If You Were a Tiger, drawing kids in and making them think about the similarities and differences between humans and these majestic cats. They'll also discover what traits distinguish tigers from their fellow felines, how they raise their cubs, and how they stalk and rush their prey.
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