“Kylie’s School Project”, Literacy, Grade 4, 5


Kylie’s School Project is a great way for children in Grade 4 or 5 to learn about quolls. It is in the context of a story of a primary school child talking with her brother about her school project. A factual account within a fictional story. Extended reading pitched at this year level. This is followed by literacy activities that relate directly to the text.

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Kylie’s School Project

Kylie’s School Project is a literacy pack for Grades 4 and 5. Several pages. It has information about the quoll, a native Australian animal, within a fictional story. The reading is a conversation between the two children. They research the quoll and talk about its habitat and predators. The language activities include reading the story, answering questions, picking words that describe the quoll, true and false, identifying the mammals from a list.

Suitable for home school, small group coaching and for parents who want to tutor their own child. Teachers can also use this and make their teaching easier.

A Funeral For Jay is a story about a child whose guinea pig dies. She and her brother have a secret funeral for it. This is the link. https://www.tutoringprimary.com/product/funeral-jay-literacy-grade-4-5/

This link gives extra information at the right level for this age group. No advanced expressions in the text. http://animalstime.com/tiger-quoll-facts/

Free to make copies for teaching purposes.