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  • Objective: To understand the distinction between fact and fiction. PM Activity Sheets Purple and Gold © Sue Bodman and Gaynor Brimble, Scholastic Education, 2015

    PM Gold Level

    Owls Name _________________________ Date _________

    Are these sentences fact or fiction? Tick the right box. Use the book for help.

    Write one more fact about owls.

    Fact Fiction

    Owls are silent flyers.

    Owls are mostly nocturnal.

    Ghost owls swoop down

    into gardens.

    Owls have an extra eyelid.

    Owls are the cleverest

    creatures.

    The egg tooth disappears

    as the owlet grows.

    Some owls are afraid

    of the dark.

  • Owls Name _________________________ Date _________

    Make notes about the main points for each heading.

    Objective: To use notes to organise and present ideas. PM Activity Sheets Purple and Gold © Sue Bodman and Gaynor Brimble, Scholastic Education, 2015

    PM Gold Level

    hunting flying

    owl’s eyes baby owls

  • Find synonyms for these words. Use a thesaurus.

    stretches

    scurry

    dark

    hunting

    destroy

    curved

    Objective: To make use of a thesaurus to find synonyms. PM Activity Sheets Purple and Gold © Sue Bodman and Gaynor Brimble, Scholastic Education, 2015

    PM Gold Level

    Bats Name _________________________ Date _________

  • Bats Name _________________________ Date _________

    Objective: To locate information using a contents page PM Activity Sheets Purple and Gold © Sue Bodman and Gaynor Brimble, Scholastic Education, 2015

    PM Gold Level

    Use the contents page to find where you can read about these things.

    baby bats – page bat homes – page

    bat food – page hunting – page

    Choose two of the headings. Make notes about them.

    1.

    2.

  • Objective: To locate information using a contents page. PM Activity Sheets Purple and Gold © Sue Bodman and Gaynor Brimble, Scholastic Education, 2015

    PM Gold Level

    Foxes Name _________________________ Date _________

    Use the contents page to answer these questions.

    What chapter is on page 4?

    What chapter is on page 11?

    Which page is “How foxes hunt” on?

    Which page is “Fox cubs” on?

    Now answer these questions.

    Where do the different kinds of fox live?

    What is a male fox called?

    What is a female fox called?

    What is the “mouse jump”?

  • Foxes Name _________________________ Date _________

    W rit

    e a

    re po

    rt a

    bo ut

    f ox

    es .

    U

    se t

    he se

    h ea

    di ng

    s.

    Objective: To complete a chart of information discovered. PM Activity Sheets Purple and Gold © Sue Bodman and Gaynor Brimble, Scholastic Education, 2015

    PM Gold Level

    F ox

    es h

    un tin

    g F

    ox f

    oo d

    F ox

    b ab

    ie s

    F ox

    h om

    es

  • Copy the sentences. Add exclamation marks or questions marks.

    Raccoons look like masked bandits

    When do raccoons sleep

    Raccoons will eat as much as will fit in their stomachs

    Do raccoons eat from rubbish bins

    When it is dark, raccoons get down to business

    Write two questions about raccoons.

    Write two surprising facts about raccoons.

    Objective: To secure knowledge of question marks and exclamation marks. PM Activity Sheets Purple and Gold © Sue Bodman and Gaynor Brimble, Scholastic Education, 2015

    PM Gold Level

    Raccoons Name _________________________ Date _________

    ! ?

  • Raccoons Name _________________________ Date _________

    Write facts about raccoons on the chart.

    Objective: To complete charts of information discovered. PM Activity Sheets Purple and Gold © Sue Bodman and Gaynor Brimble, Scholastic Education, 2015

    PM Gold Level

    Homes

    Food

    Habits

    Habitats

  • Objective: To read information passages, noting key words. PM Activity Sheets Purple and Gold © Sue Bodman and Gaynor Brimble, Scholastic Education, 2015

    Underline the key words. The first one has been done for you.

    Skunks are small black and white animals about the

    size of a cat. They have big bushy tails. Skunks live in

    North America.

    Skunks are nocturnal. They leave their burrows at night

    to come out and hunt for food.

    Skunks hunt around the forest area where they live.

    Skunks will stand on their back legs to look out for

    danger.

    What other key words can you find in the book?

    PM Gold Level

    Skunks Name _________________________ Date _________

  • Skunks Name _________________________ Date _________

    Objective: To write simple non-chronological reports. PM Activity Sheets Purple and Gold © Sue Bodman and Gaynor Brimble, Scholastic Education, 2015

    PM Gold Level

    Write a report about the life of a skunk.

    At birth, baby skunks

    They leave the nest when

    They hunt by

    When they are in danger

    The skunk’s biggest enemy

  • Objective: To discriminate syllables in reading. PM Activity Sheets Purple and Gold © Sue Bodman and Gaynor Brimble, Scholastic Education, 2015

    PM Gold Level

    Tasmanian Devils Name _________________________ Date _________

    Put these words in the right lists. Add lines to show the syllables. The first one has been done for you.

    two syllables three syllables four syllables

    wombat

    Tasmanian marsupials nocturnal carrion Australia animal powerful kilometres burrow muscle wombat extinct

    Add two more words to each list.

  • Tasmanian Devils Name _________________________ Date _________

    List key words that tell us about Tasmanian Devils.

    Homes:

    Food:

    Hunting:

    Babies:

    Senses:

    Objective: To make a simple record of information from texts read by listing key words. PM Activity Sheets Purple and Gold © Sue Bodman and Gaynor Brimble, Scholastic Education, 2015

    PM Gold Level